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GATEWAY POLYTECHNIC SAAPADE STUDENTS RALLY AGAINST SUICIDE

The students of the Gateway Polytechnic Saapade students has set a record to rally against the trend of suicide which is fast becoming a threat to the society.

Recently, the story of suicide has a trend on media whilst there has been any organized attempt to put a stop to that until the students of Gateway Polytechnic Saapade students under the ROTARACT association supported by GAPOET took it upon themselves to walk around the campus in an attempt to counsel the minds of their colleagues, their lecturers and other staffs of the school.

The eye-catching rally led by Comr. Maiyegun Quam MAYE, a student of the business administration department and joined by other students from other departments was done in style as the Dean of Student Affairs, Dean, Management and Liberal studies, H.O.D.(Bus Admin) and other dignitaries in the school including representatives from Academic Unit

The rally which was declared open by Mr. Solaru, the DSA and opening speech by the Hod (Bus Admin), Amusa Bolanle started with speeches and counseling to the students under the canopy stand of the organizers before the students walk around the school for the rally.

Other invited guests such as Comr. Sanyaolu Olajuwon delivered a heartwarming message to the students and wish the student well.

The members of the association (ROTARACT CLUB and GAPOET) counsel the students and other staff of the school and enjoin them not to the think of taking their own life as that’s won’t proffer solution to depression but only, transfer the pains to the family members and loved ones.

© GAPOSA RALLY AGAINST SUICIDE 25th June, 2019

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