The Federation of Iwoland Students’ Union (FILSU), National Headquarters, led by Comr. Adepoju Saheed Adewale has launched a campaign against social vices among secondary school students in Iwoland.
In a statement released by the FILSU Press Committee, the Union’s leadership has put in place some strategic schools to extend its campaign to. Among the schools targeted by the union, a team led by the President started the advocacy with Iwo High School, Baptist High School, Anwar-U-Islam Grammar School and Technical Government College, Iwo, yesterday Tuesday; December 20, 2021.
The statement reads as thus;
“Being a key factor in our aspiration to creating a well developed society that will facilitate growth and progress of the community and indeed, Nigeria, the Federation of Iwoland Students’ Union (FILSU), National Headquarters, led by Comr. Adepoju Saheed Adewale has launched a campaign against social vices among secondary school students.”
“In recent years, there has been a growing development of the involvement of secondary schools students in activities contrary to acceptable norms and values of our country and particularly the Omolúàbí ethos of Osun State. This latest advocacy by the Union is therefore targeted at curbing criminal and obscene advances that are becoming a commonplace in our pre-tertiary schools and inculcating rewarding behaviours in the students.”
“It is our belief that in having a sustainable environment, we have got to take cognitive measures against everything that may cause an impediment in the all-round development of the younger ones at this level of education.”
“The highpoint of the visit was the distribution of school bags and notebooks to the students.”
“In their separate responses, the students demonstrated commendable enthusiasms to maintain qualitative behaviours and live by acceptable social lores and norms in order to do themselves and our society proud in their life endeavours.”
“The schools’ managements equally appreciated the Union for the deep thoughts of embarking on this advocacy, saying they such will complement their efforts at moulding responsible citizens and personalities in their schools.”
“Importantly, the Comrade Saheed-led Administration sincerely and deeply appreciates Rabsih Imec Nigeria Limited, Mr Olawale Rasheed, CS Kabiru Kulukulu, Barr. Kabir Alayo, Hon. Rahman Lawal Abiola, Mr Abdullahi Anifowoshe, Comr. Musa Freedom, Alh. Nuru Emiloju, Alh. Taofeeq Amobi and Oshioyemi Boutique who graciously sponsored the production of the school bags and notebooks distributed. We wish them more grace in their businesses and life undertakings.”