Abimbola Abatta, Osogbo
Secondary school students in Osun State have been warned to shun cultism, illicit use of drugs, internet fraud and other social vices.
The National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Osun State chapter gave the advice while flagging off campaigns against social vices in secondary schools across the state.
Addressing senior students of Salvation Army Secondary School, the chairman of the council in Osun, Ismail Abdulazeez warned them of the negative effect of social vices on society.
He noted that the council aimed to address all the senior secondary students across the state through its zonal coordinators in Osun State.
He warned them to be wary of friends they keep saying the Nigerian constitution has no tolerance for such vices and punishes even younger offenders.
He urged them as individuals to wage war against social vices and not hesitate to report any strange activities noticed in the school to authorities.
“Do not engage in internet fraud popular called Yahoo Yahoo, Drug abuse, rape or thuggery. Nobody is above law even at the tender age,” Abdulazeez said.