By PRISCA SAM-DURU

The principal, GEC International College, Theo Theodorou has charged students to study hard to justify the huge amount parents pay to give them qualitative education.

Theodorou, while addressing the students during GEC second graduation ceremony said; “Justify the huge education investment that your parents have made by putting into practice all you have learnt.”

Also, the Principal in acknowledging the commitment and support of parents and guardians throughout the year thanked them for entrusting their children to the college, adding that their investment in time, money and love to their children will soon see the most valuable returns in months and years to come.

He told the graduating students to be good ambassadors of Nigeria and express their competitive side to achieve the best as they move to the next stage of their lives.

On his part, Ghalib Fahad, Director of Studies GEC International College said education should not be seen as involving only money but rather should be viewed as a platform for producing the future generation of leaders in the country. She advised the graduating students to look forward to the future, hold their heads high, and make sure that they imbibe the values which they have received because Nigeria has got a culture which they should be proud of.

Meanwhile, Mrs.Josephine Peters, Director of Admissions and Marketing in congratulating the students described them as a crop of well behaved gentlemen and ladies who will surely become future leaders. She enjoined them to bear to heart all that they have learnt as they make another landmark move towards their careers and achieving their dreams.

The event which was well attended witnessed the emergence of Joy Alabi as the best graduating student.

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