HTC: Tackling Nigeria’s dwindling economy with camping activities
The dwindling state of our dear nation’s economy requires spending one’s money wisely.
I cut my hair few weeks ago for N300. Are you surprised? Some ‘niggas’ do that for as much as N700.
Selegates will surely resolve not to pay a dime to get their haircuts, after a vocational training session at the ongoing Holiday Training Course (HTC) themed ”The Inheritors”. The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Oshodi Area Council as well as other 43 Area Councils in Lagos State organized a training course for Muslim students in Lagos State after their just concluded Third Term Examination, as a means to foster the bond of brotherhood, enlighten the young chap about their religion, Islam, and also make them productive for the entire universe.
The five-day training course commenced on Friday, 14th of July, across the state and series of lectures and events never cease to unfold, one of which is the vocational session.
The delegates would ever be grateful to the society as they express their profound gratitude to the camp officials.
The real Inheritors are those that seek for knowledge and act upon it. Knowledge is a lost property of the Muslims, Anywhere they find it, they have most right to take it home.
Abdulbasit Abdusalam, reporting from HTC Oshodi Area Council.