Day 3 school sensitisation program continues propelling its topic on academic excellence, the effect of peer pressure & substantial use of social media.
Moved to Imota Community Senior Grammar school in the morning and ended with Davisland international college at noon, packed with distinguished speakers, committing the students on the topics with Comr. Adenusi Olamide and Comr. Lasisi Victor as Moderators.
Comr. Ogunbowale Olatayo, president of Imota Students’ Union, connected the students on Academic Excellence and Substantial Use of Social media.
Elaborating consciousness of their time spent in the media, Ogunbowale admonished students not to use the internet for criminal activities.
Miss Paulina Idris followed suit, elucidating the effects of peer groups and how students can affect each other. She emphasised the effect of personalities that students associate with on behavioural changes, which will in turn lead to pressure.
The President of the Union concluded the three-part session, explaining to the pupils about attaining academic excellence, setting clear-cut goals, managing their time effectively, avoiding procrastination and developing good study habits.
In all, day 3 was an exciting moment with thorough impact as the Union conquest on yet another completion of its sensitisation tasks of driving the educational standards of Imota.
The sensitisation program continues with subsequent schools till its completion on the stipulated date.
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