MSSN gifted 1300 nose masks to public school students
In a bid to curtail the spread of COVID -19 and to support public school students in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Surulere Area Council under the leadership of Amir Omotosho Oluwashina Ahmad has distributed 1300 pieces of nose masks to public school students in Surulere Area of Lagos State.
The exercise that took place on Tuesday and Wednesday impacted thousands of public school students in schools such as; Akintan Grammar School, Stadium High School, Gbaja Girls High School, .Zumuratul-Islamiyyah High School, Ansar-Ud-Deen Academy, Ansar-Ud-Deen High School, New Era Girls Secondary School as well as Community High school
Amir Omotosho said in a chat with our correspondent that the activity, which is meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19, among the students and Surulere community at large is in line with Productivity and Collaboration Agenda of Amir Miftahudeen Thanni of MSSN Lagos State Area Unit.
“This is inline with Productivity and Collaboration Agenda of Amir Miftahudeen Thanni of MSSN Lagos State Area Unit, as Surulere Area Council believe in community development by its members as government alone can not do all.
“We realise upon resumption of schools, that state government couldn’t provide nose masks to the teachers nor the entire students. And being a student based organization, supporting education in our community, based on our capabilities is of paramount importance to us.
“Ours is to create enabling environment that is laced with moral values and spiritually guided community dwellers where goodness & mercy of Allah triumphs, via our value adding regular & annual programmes for the benefits of all and sundry,” Amir Omotosho asserted.
He then advised the students to stay focus on their academic pursuit and ensure moral and spiritual uprightness in their sojourn to greater heights.
“Be reformed for good and call others to same, while shunning all social vices to be good citizens not only for Surulere community but also for the nation at large,” he added.