Navy Chief Warns Students Against Examination Malpractice,Cultism, Bullying, Drug Abuse, Other Social Vices, Leads Protest

By Sandra Chukwunyere

 As part of efforts to ensure optimal performance  in the force‚Äôs  welfare schools.Flagging of the campaign at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School( NNSS) Ogbomosho , the Chief of the Naval Staff Vice Admiral Ibok Ete Ibas has launched campaign against illegal activities, examination malpractice, drug abuse, other social vices that is capable of endangering the life and future of young people. 

Ibas who was represented by the Director of Naval Education, Commodore Isa  Ahmed  led the Nigerian Navy Secondary School Ogbomosho,
Oyo State students on a speak out campaign against Substance Abuse , Exam Malpractices, Bullying , and all forms of social vices.
Admiral Ibas noted that the Campaign sought to sensitize the students  on the dangers of these social vices in other to ensure the  wellbeing, and future prosperity of the students and indeed the nation at large

The Navy Boss further stated that the Nigerian Navy would continue to put measures aimed at sensitizing students of  the NNSS welfare in order to shun Exam Malpractices and Substance Abuse. 
He called on the students to join hands  together so that these social vices could be eliminated.Commodore Ahmed said,  the directorate would not tolerate these vices in its schools, warning that students who were caught in gang violence and other vices would be expelled.
He urged the students to say no to bullying and reiterated that students that were being bullied were humans and came from homes and their parents had sent them to study and become something in future like those who bullied them.

He advised them to ensure that they studied hard, especially now, saying that, now was the  time to study and lay the foundation for a good grade at the university.
He admonished the students on the dangers of substance abuse saying that it would  make them have poor judgment, mental health disorder, changes in school performance, lung diseases and mental illness.     
The Navy Chief also urged the teachers to pay close attention to the activities of the learners in order to prevent them from joining cult groups and engaging in unacceptable practices.  
He therefore advised parents to play a crucial role in the life of their children and monitor their activities. He said that parents have great role to play in the family. 
In his remarks, child upbringing is everybody’s business and should not be left in the hands of parents alone, adding that even elders in the community also have a great role to play by correcting these children when they are growing up. He told students to take their studies seriously so that they can become a better person tomorrow, he also said, to them that their futures is bright that some of them would even become president of Nigeria, governor’s, ministers, and other big position in public service or offices. He added.
Students, NNSS Ogbomosho.

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