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Nov
2022
4

14 SCHOOLS TOUCHED, NYCN IKORODU LG CHAPTER ENDS SCHOOL SENSITISATION AGAINST CRIME, GIFT STUDENTS WITH BAGS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

3883j3nn36346163276496554989 Capping her annual school sensitisation, members of the National Youth Council Of Nigeria (NYCN) Ikorodu LG branch took its institutional crusade to community junior and senior grammar schools in gberigbe community on the 3rd of November 2022.
Tagged 'Stop the crime campaign', the program spanned three weeks, creating extensive awareness among pupils on the dangers of partaking in negative activities and its side effects.
Taking turns to admonish students on staying obedient to every authority, the team touched on preventing examination malpractice, bullying, prostitution and evading curses from parents or elders by displaying a decent moral character.
In summary, 14 schools were visited by the youth committee, as they campaign against crime, instructing students to stay away from petty negative traits that might end up eroding their future.
Two brilliant students from both the junior and senior sets were gifted with school bags for answering key questions on the subject matter.
Opaleye Michael, chairman, of the directorate on education, NYCN Ikorodu LG chapter, spoke with Ikorodu News Network (INN) post crusade exclusively on the program's significance.
"It is about showing them the right path and creating a better future for them with our strong words of encouragement and notifications.
"The students we gifted with school bags were a result of their good response in explaining the crime questions we dealt with. It was a form of appreciating their brilliance".
In a quest to discern how promising students are in writing, the council is furthermore working on a school debate and essay competition for schools across the local government.
The competition according to Mr Opaleye Michael is also meant to converge, parents, students and school administrations for a discourse on ways to improve the student's tendencies to learn and shun social vices.
"It is a competition meant to infuse positive change in the foundational stage of the children" Opaleye asserted
He further advised students to think positively and abstain from immoral obsessions that would decline their academic performance.
More so, he warned students to be watchful of friends with negative intentions, persuading them to report every form of bad influence and acts to their parents or teachers for necessary actions to be taken.
Headteachers and officials of the school applauded the council members for the message passed across to the pupils, exhorting them to make the crusade a constant endeavour.
Comrade Idris Omotayo, Coordinator, NYCN Ikorodu LG branch, Comrade Awolesi Omolara, Comrade Odufeko Tolulope 'Pukka' and others were also in attendance.

Capping her annual school sensitisation, members of the National Youth Council Of Nigeria (NYCN) Ikorodu LG branch took its institutional crusade to community junior and senior grammar schools in gberigbe community on the 3rd of November 2022. Tagged ‘Stop the crime campaign’,

Oct
2022
31

(PHOTOS) IKORODU OGA FITNESS WALK 2022 CAMPAIGNS AGAINST DRUG ABUSE, OBA SHOTOBI, EROGBOGBO URGES YOUTHS ON STRAIGHT EDGE LIFESTYLE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

888887uhh6554071426059979883 Taking the fight against hard drugs to the general public and encouraging affected families to come out and seek help, residents in Ikorodu local government will not forget the last Saturday of October in a hurry. to the general public and encouraging affected families to come out and seek help, residents in Ikorodu local government will not forget the last Saturday of October in a hurry. In a build up to the 31st edition of Ikorodu Oga Day celebration, Ikorodu Oga development association (IKODASS) spearheaded a fitness walk on the 29th of October 2022.
The health-oriented walk which kicked off from Ikorodu ultra-modern town hall in the early hours of the day was initiated to crusade against drug abuse by youths in recent times.
Discerning drug abuse as a catalyst for promoting social vices across society, the association came out in mass, chaperoned by various youths and private organisations in the waterbed region to sensitise the general public on the dangers of harming medications.
The walk essentially draws teenagers and youths into channeling their lifestyle on grabbing opportunities of showcasing their talents through pitching of ideas and pursuing reasonable empowerment.
With Mr Rotimi Erogbogbo, chairman, IKODASS leading the campaign, the walk routed through Ita-Elewa, to the ancient African Methodist church, coming through Ota-Ona and sprinted to Ikorodu roundabout before resting at the palace of HRM, Oba Kabiru Adewale Shotobi, Ayangburen of Ikorodu Kingdom. With credit to youth coordinator and fitness expert, Comrade Odufeko Tolulope Emmanuel 'Pukka', the fitness walk displayed demanding workout with a mix of dance and recreation, uniquely fascinating residents in Ikorodu central.
Speaking to the press, His Royal Majesty, Oba Kabiru Adewale Shotobi, post-walk, stated that Ikorodu, prevailing as the 12th largest city in Nigeria, has come of age and must attract every form of positivity to the soil for purpose of growth and expansion.
The King, thanking everyone for joining the crusade against drug abuse, urged youths to take their future into their hands by staying away from every form of negative influence.
“This is my 7th year on the throne, and even before becoming the paramount ruler of Ikorodu kingdom, I’ve been an integral part of Ikorodu Oga development association”.
“Celebrating 31st edition of Ikorodu Oga day is monumental and it shows that we’ve come a long way to prosperity” Oba Shotobi added Others in attendance include; Delegates from the National drug law enforcement agencies (NDLEA) Ikorodu chapter, Members of Onward movement, National youths council of Nigeria (NYCN) Ikorodu LG branch, Dr Abiodun Fatai Abatan, Comrade Pelumi Olalekan 'Rado', Biliamin Lekan Oba and others.
The annual festival event runs from the 12th to the 1 9th of November 2022.

Taking the fight against hard drugs to the general public and encouraging affected families to come out and seek help, residents in Ikorodu local government will not forget the last Saturday of October in a hurry. to the general public and encouraging

Oct
2022
12

APC YOUTHS IN IKORODU NORTH PLAYS NOVELTY MATCH AGAINST NYCN IKORODU NORTH BRANCH TO HONOUR BLDR. ADEOLA ADEBISI BANJO ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

4747u4j4j2743606789576205168 Still in the mood to commemorate the birthday anniversary of Bldr. Adeola Adebisi Banjo, Executive Chairman, Ikorodu North LCDA, excitement and entertainment filled Ikorodu fun park on the 12th of October 2022. The All Progressive Congress (APC) youths in Ikorodu North LCDA squared off in a novelty match against the National Youth Council Of Nigeria (Ikorodu North LCDA Branch), in a bid to honour the leadership disposition of the council boss.
Bldr Banjo was chaperoned by delegates from his council.
At the peak of the soft soccer contest, APC Youths in Ikorodu North LCDA Defeated NYCN (Ikorodu North LCDA Chapter) by 7 Goals To 6 in a game replenished with laughter and enthusiasm.
In his brief speech post-match, Bldr. Banjo praised the youths for the good gesture and for organising the game to proclaim his birthday.
Comrade Ganiyu Olawale Coordinator, NYCN (Ikorodu North LCDA Branch) extolled the chairman, affirming that the council boss embodies passion and result, illustrating Bldr Banjo as a youth lover and an outstanding role model.
Ganiyu further admired the youths for making the day special for the chairman, enjoining them to get their PVC prepared and vote effectively in the forthcoming election.

Still in the mood to commemorate the birthday anniversary of Bldr. Adeola Adebisi Banjo, Executive Chairman, Ikorodu North LCDA, excitement and entertainment filled Ikorodu fun park on the 12th of October 2022. The All Progressive Congress (APC) youths in Ikorodu North LCDA

Aug
2022
20

PAJ MOVEMENT HOSTS YOUTH LEADERS IN IKORODU NORTH LCDA, SUES FOR ACTIVATE INVOLVEMENT IN POLITICS & ELECTORAL PROCESS, PRAISE SENATOR TOKUNBO ABIRU ®™√ INN Nigeria©

88866567771869732430665441805 Poised to equip the youths with tools to sensitise and galvanise their base in playing active roles in governance not just at the grassroots level but at the top of the political clime, PAJ movement grabs another strategic community notch.
With a focus on youths, shying away from the political process to youths not enthusiastic about nation-building, Prince Adedoyin Jokotex (PAJ) movement organised an interactive meeting with youth leaders in Ikorodu North LCDA.
Held at the PAJ movement secretariat on the 19th of August 2022, the drive highlighted how youths can be on guard with the insertion of data analysis into the electoral process as the 2023 general election draws close.
Intimating the youths on the significance of the assembly, former Ikorodu North chairmanship aspirant and convener of PAJ Movement, Prince Adedoyin Jokotex substantiated that the meeting is tailored to understand ways youth and stakeholders can work together to define governance and leadership.
Prince Jokotex continued, "PAJ movement has engaged in charity courses, we have initiated sensitisation and permanent voters card registration for residents in Ikorodu north LCDA".
"As data research enthusiasts, we've collected and are in a position of registered voters' information, ensuring that when the PVC is out, we'll contact them each to assure they receive it and perform their civic right of electing transformational leaders".
As regards the meeting, he connotes, "PAJ movement is using this discussion to establish a forum between the youths, in finding common grounds to synergise and make the outcome of the 2023 general elections a victory for democracy in Nigeria".
"We need your suggestions, contributions and ideas to integrate and enhance our system approach in working on an effective electoral practice come 2023" He added.
Clearing the floor for an interactive session with the youths after his remarks, Prince Adedoyin Jokotex asked youth leaders for recommendations and criteria on which the initiative and the youth can work jointly.
Delegates from the National youth council of Nigeria, Ikorodu North LCDA branch, Blessed women organisation lucky fibre, and women from paradise in Maya questioned the timing of the meeting but contributed sufficiently to the course.
Prince Samson Adeniyi urged the movement to look into politicians using youths during the election period and jettison them when they eventually emerged.
He states, "We are always useful but not rightfully positioned to function in government. We're all qualified in our own right and we also have where we're headed in life."
"Having youths who possess the PVC but requesting for money before casting their vote is a result of the lack of trust in the system, stemming from the constant abuse of power we've observed over time" Samson Adeniyi asserted.
Mrs Ajhadi Kadijat, another youth leader from the northern part of the waterbed region, communicated her dissatisfaction with the system, stating that youths should not be only relevant during campaigns.
She proceeded, "Most of us are not clamouring for posts at government offices, we only need empowerment to level the plain field of growth and development in our respective communities".
"We're used to the situation we've found ourselves in, but if the system is ready to change and work for a greater good, then we're ready to get involved and play our roles to make it happen" Mrs Khadijat expanded.
One notable opinion from the plethora of youthful representatives at the meeting was value-attribute given to Senator Adetokunbo Abiru for his innovative youth programs supporting fresh minds across the Lagos East senatorial district.
Other youth leaders including; Mrs Oniyide Falilat, Comrade Ganiu Olawale, and Mr Taoheeb Siquilai challenged the movement about the lifespan of the exercise in building up to the general elections, requesting to know if the initiative would evolve beyond politics.
Citing systemic defects as the cause of most youth-governmental issues yet to be resolved, Prince Adedoyin Jokotex, appraising questions put forward, explained that the current government system in Nigeria must be given credit for building forums to hear to the youth, which understands their usefulness.
"This implementation is meant to bridge the gap between the uninformed residents and governance. Certainly, we're not there yet but we're getting it right gradually to effect the change we truly desire".
"That's why we must give credit to leaders like Senator Tokunbo Abiru's representation of the Lagos East senatorial district, categorised as nothing but an optimistic upgrade".
"He is erecting consistent youth tech-driven programs across the board because he knows the strength of the youth and their direct input to foster societal expansion".
"This initiative will run beyond the 2023 elections, as every suggestion is documented for swift correlation and adoption" Prince Adedoyin Jokotex concluded.

Poised to equip the youths with tools to sensitise and galvanise their base in playing active roles in governance not just at the grassroots level but at the top of the political clime, PAJ movement grabs another strategic community notch. With a

Feb
2022
10

NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF NIGERIA (IBLCDA) COLLABORATES BASHORUN CARE FOUNDATION, NDLEA & IGBOGBO BAIYEKU LCDA, ORGANISE AWARENESS PROGRAM AGAINST DRUG ABUSE & SOCIAL VICES ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

75rfhn7736975670874181342 "The essence of a program like this is to catch them young, getting them fully educated about the dangers of drug abuse and other social vices, thus, keeping them at the safer side of life as they mature into greatness"
"These youngsters possess fragile personalities, whatever comes in first is what they mostly accept and run with, that's why orientating them to become active ambassadors against negativity is part of our priority to keep them prudent"
Statements from Comrades Odusanya Omotayo (TYsleek) to Ikorodu News Network (INN) post awareness crusade program at Igbogbo baiyeku multipurpose hall, as the coordinator for NYCN IBLCDA branch torchlight the essence of organising a school exposure program.
Comrade Omotayo Continued, "With the season of love, St. Valentine's Day crawling around the corner, Igbogbo baiyeku LCDA is not hovered to misinterpret or misguide our young ones about the significance of the spree, we're setting up symposia to enlighten inexperienced lads on how to make the best out of a positive moment"
"Emphasizing on drug abuse and social vices is very key to us at this moment in time, where we're having rampant news of young individuals getting caught up with unfavourable circle of friends and adopting meaningless lifestyle, thereby inflicting unrest in our communities" Comrade Omotayo enlarged
His assertions was spurted to compliment the National youth council of Nigeria, Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA's branch partnership with Bashorun Care Foundation {BCF}, Nigeria drug law enforcement agencies (NDLEA) and Igbogbo baiyeku LCDA in organising an awareness program for schools in the community, scolding them to circumvent drug abuse and social vices on the 9th of February 2022
Multipurpose hall of the local council development area's secretariat was the venue for students, enjoined to establish reasonable approaches and schedules, dwelling among positive influences, avoiding bad companies and staying on course with intellectual research to beget eligible ambassadors for Ikorodu division in general
Using Tramadol as a case study in a short lecture by Miss Tolu (a representative from the NDLEA), students were strongly encouraged not to get entangled in the deed of harming drugs.
She proceeded, "Tramadol is one of the most commonly abused substances in Nigeria. Medically, the common dosage is usually 50mg or 100mg, to be taken on hourly basis. However, doses above 100mg can be found scattered around every corner of the country, Higher dosages of tramadol Such as 200mg, 225mg, 250mg, 300mg, 400mg, 500mg and even higher can be found in illegal market"
"The physical side impact of Tramadol includes; Nausea (vomiting), Suppressed respiration (slow breathing), Slow heartbeat, Weak muscles, Seizures and Death, while the psychological side effects comprise; Intense happiness (high), Restlessness, mood swings, Hallucinations, Decreased alertness, Insomnia and Dependence or addiction"
Miss Tolu concluded, "Drug abuse or misuse of any kind or form leaves damaging effects on both body and mind, which can result to loss of jobs, family, friends, self-worth, asset, etc.
"It should also be noted that damages from drug abuse are very difficult or often impossible to reverse. Staying away from illegal and restricted drugs saves lives"
Mrs Sanmi (senior assisting rep from NDLEA) later engaged the students on a question and answer session, evaluating their learning abilities during the oration
Comrade Odusanya Omotayo (TYsleek) in the latter, thanked Bldr Sesan Daini (Chairman, Igbogbo baiyeku LCDA) for his support towards the execution of the event. He also extended his appreciation to Bashorun Care Foundation for always making their service to humanity count, while lauding representatives from the NDLEA for educating the students on drug abuse
"We're not stopping here, this advocacy continues, believing that these students will go back to their respective schools (with the knowledge they've acquired) to talk to their peers on what they've learnt today. It's the reason we're making them ambassadors"
"There will also be the issuance of a certificate of attendance to each student as we plan to further work with their school guardian counselling department for extra awareness endeavours" Comrade Odusanya Omotayo broadened
Zummratul Islamiyyal junior and senior college, Oreyo grammar school and Lagos state civil service model college were among schools present, with Mr Asuni Abidemi and Ayo Oladusun from the office of education, Mr Sulaimon Akibu Babatunde and Mr Olorunjobe Vincent from Igbogbo baiyeku LCDA as guests in attendance

“The essence of a program like this is to catch them young, getting them fully educated about the dangers of drug abuse and other social vices, thus, keeping them at the safer side of life as they mature into greatness” “These youngsters

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