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By: Lawal Blessing Olajumoke

Today, the 28th of March, 2024, the National Association of Ogun State Students, The Polytechnic, Ibadan Chapter, led by Comr. Alimi Ibrahim Olamide organized a Ramadan lecture at the Institution’s Students Union Building, North Campus, The Polytechnic, Ibadan.

The event which also featured Quranic competition amongst students, had Sheikh Busari Awwal Ayobami, the Amir of MSSN, The Polytechnic, Ibadan as Guest Lecturer, with the topic “Social Delinquencies in school”. Amir Awwal said, this topic could also be rephrased as “Common Misconduct in school”.

While lecturing, he emphasized the fact that the nature and motive behind students protest is one of the common misconducts in school. ‘Everything is not protest’, instead of protesting, why not go for consultation, he added. Students should always follow what the leaders brought to the desk and not to argue with the student leaders nor the management as it is forbidden in Islam.

In the long run, the general students will be at the receiving end of whatever misconduct that arose in the process. After God, leaders are to give respect accordingly, and not go against their decisions, he reaffirms.

Lastly, He further addressed the bad habit of examination malpractices which is common among the students at all levels. Adequate preparation and believing in God can only give good results, he said.

The Quran quiz competition had students who participated from different departments, both male and female. Olaoye Fathia from OTM department (ND 2), Salaudeen Baroka from Procurement and Supply Chain Management department (ND 2), Abdulsalam Fathia from Banking and Finance department (ND1), Mudashiru Abdulbasit from computer science and Ashafa Abdulquadri.

Emerging the overall best winner, Ashafa Abdulquari received his gift from the organizers. Also, everyone present were given an Iftar package.

Alhaja Dr. (Mrs) Taiwo Olajide, the Admission Officer, The Polytechnic Ibadan, the SUG President, Com. Oyekan Tobiloba and other students leaders (past and present) also graced the event.

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