The National Association of Kano Students (NAKS) has expressed readiness to embark on campus sensitisation activities to create awareness on hate speech and drug abuse.
The Chairman of the association, Mr Yahaya Kabo, disclosed this during a familiarisation visit to the Secretariat of the Kano State Correspondent Chapel, on Wednesday in Kano.
Kabo said the exercise is designed to create awareness and address the menace of hate speech and drug abuse among students in the state.
He said the visit was to introduce the new leadership of the association with a view to promote collaboration to enable it achieve its objectives.
“The Correspondent Chapel is the first place we visited since our election due to its role in the campaign against hate speech, drug abuse and other vices, as well as promotion of education standard in the country.
“Our aim is to ensure that the issue of hate speech and drug abuse are reduced to the bearest minimu among the youths especially students,” he said.
In a remark, Mr Ibrahim Shuaibu, the Chairman of the Chapel, lauded the sensitisation initiative of the association, noting that it would go a long way to curb hate speech and drug abuse in the society.
Shuaibu pleaged support to the association to enable achieve its objectives.
“The chapel is also concerned with the high level of drug abuse and hate speech among the youths through social media.
“I, therefore, call on all students to be good ambassadors wherever they find themselves, as they are expected to be future leaders of the country,” Shuaibu said.