Police Discourage Students From Social Vices in Ogun


The Ogun state Police Command has discouraged the Junior Secondary School Students of the African Church Grammar School, Ita Eko, Abeokuta, Ogun State from crimes and Social vices that can destroy their futures.

While delivering a speech at the career talk organized by the Junior arm of the African Church Grammar School Abeokuta for the Class 3 of the School on Wednesday 25th June at the main hall of the school, the Police Public Relations Officer, Ogun State, DSP Olumuyiwa Oladunmoye Adejobi highlighted some crimes and social vices that are capable of damaging the careers of the audience and possible way forward to avert some of these challenges.

The PPRO however encouraged the students to choose courses that would enable them possess the required capability to stand in future. He noted that a time will come there won’t be any platform for examination malpractices, thus any student who does not prepare well for such examination would find it difficult to cheat.

DSP Adejobi also encouraged them to see the statutory security agencies as good and enviable professions as the Federal Government has revived their structures to meet up with the International Standards, particularly the Nigeria Police Force with the newly upgraded Nigeria Police Academy in Wudil, Kano State that affords young candidates of opportunity to pursue a career and a senior police rank.

The police Command, through its spokes man, Muyiwa Adejobi, encouraged the students to emulate good behaviours and do away with cultism, hooliganism and vandalism as they forge ahead in their academic pursuit.

Those who were present at the forum included the Principal of the junior Schools Mrs Omolola Majekodunmi, the vice principal, Mr. Nicholas Olanrewaju, resource persons like Engineers ,Accountant, Legal Practitioners, Medical Doctors, architect and a host of others, to counsel the students on the right courses to choose for their various careers.

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