Shun Anti-Social Activities at All Times, Adamawa ICPC Commissioner Urges

Adamawa State Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Barrister George Lawal, has urged the pupils and teachers to shun at all times ills of anti-social activities such as truancy, which has dire consequences such as low grades, low self-esteem, and low sense of values.

Barrister Lawal, who declared this during a Sensitisation Session recently held at Private Success International School, Yola, Adamawa State, further encouraged teachers to be role models in good character and other good traits in the pupils.

The RACC Adamawa stressed the importance of attitudinal change, character building in education as tools of growth and the role of teachers in grooming young pupils to succeed in life; emphasing the need for commitment and dedication to duties.

The Principal of Private Success International School Mr. John Odey appreciated the officials of ICPC Adamawa State for educating and sensitising the pupils; as he stressed that “One’s exposure and upbringing can influence behaviour molding particularly at an early stage””.

The sensitisation session attracted in attendance 80 Pupils, 5 Teachers and ICPC Officers.