Green Project: Students donate 100 seedlings to UMYU
The members of National Association Of Katsina State Students, NAKATSS, UMYUK chapter has donated no fewer than one hundred seedlings to the University management as part of their contribution to the Green Project being embark to save the earth from the devastating climate change.
This was disclosed to Katsina Post by the President of the students body Comrade Ibrahim Nasir (Shaho) on Thursday in the university’s premises.
According to him, the donation is part of their activities to mark the 1st NAKATSS sensitization and Green Project day.
Katsina Post also learnt that the students body donated 100 dustbins, brooms and parkers in addition to sanitization exercise by the students across the university’s community.
The areas sanitized include the University’s Senate building, the University’s faculties, students hostels and students center.
The students also thanked the university’s management for giving them the opportunity to mark the day.
Earlier, Dr Nasir Hassan Wagini delivered a lecture on Importance of Plantation in the university.