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Work hard to make impact, educationist urges graduating students

By Kelechukwu Iruoma

DIRECTOR, Principal Consultant Learning Ltd, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo has urged the 52 graduating students of Grace High School to work hard so as to make meaningful changes in the society, stating that they should see challenges in the society as opportunity to make an impact.

Adefisayo who gave the keynote address  at the 19th graduating ceremony of the school in Lagos, urged the graduating students to: “Be proactive, begin with a goal in mind, listen more than you talk and design your life for a high achievement. This is the beginning of another important journey. You will henceforth be making critical decisions about careers and relationships.”

“You are graduating at a time the nation is confronted with challenges such as terrorism and youth unemployment, but you must be determined to change the situation for better,” she said, urging them to be Godly and work hard as they pursue a glorious future.

The chairman of the occasion, Prince Bisi Olatilo praised the administrator of the school, Mrs. Tokunbo Edun for giving the students excellent academic training. “It is no surprise that Grace High School has in the last 79 years consistently provided complete and quality education to well groomed pupils who are today at the commanding height of different sectors of life,” he said.



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