The Judicial arm of the Students’ Union, Adeyemi College of Education (ACE) Ondo, has launched Anti-Social Vices Campaign in the institution.
The programme which held on the campus of the College on Friday June 10, 2016 and has as its theme: “The peace of the College is our collective responsibility”, was flagged off at the Students’ Union building located inside the school.
During the exercise, many students comprising males and females from several departments, held banners and placards with several inscriptions, which have words such as “Indecent dressing attracts rape” “Say No to examination malpractice as it could lead to expulsion” bodly written on them.
Similarly, several other students who adorned branded T-Shirts and fez caps were seen distributing flyers and leaflets to people.
Speaking on the campaign, a student of the College, who gave his name as Olubusade Ayorinde Alex, explained that the Judicial arm of the Student’s Union, decided to organise the campaign exercise, as part of its commitment to attainment ofpeace and progress in the institution.
Olubusade who said he is an NCE III student in the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education in the College, however, lauded the College Management under the leadership of the Provost, Prof. Olukoya Joseph Ogen, and commended students of the institution, for ensuring a crisis free 2015/2016 aceademic session.
He explained that the awareness and sensitization campaign initiated by the students was aimed at sustaining the existing peace and promoting favourable atmosphere in the College.
While assuring regular organisation of the anti social vices campaign activities in the College, the NCE Part III student said the formation of Adeyemi College of Education Peace Volunteer Club, (ACE PVC) which comprised of people of like minds, were geared forwards sustaining the campaign, even after his graduation from the institution.
Harping on the need for peaceful co-existence between staff and students in the College, Olubusade said it is through such situation, that the institution can operate effectively in its quest at achieving the mandate for which it was established by her founding fathers.