Professor Adesola Ajayi, Vice Chancellor of Ibadan’s First University of Technology, advised students to focus on their own development, work hard and pursue excellence.
At the 24th Graduation Ceremony of Jekstovan Secondary School at the Ibafo Campus in Ogun State, represented by Prof. Iyiola Tella, Vice Chancellor, Ajayi told graduates to take their work seriously and build on what they have learned. I asked for An individual with the ability to solve the country’s many challenges.
Ajayi also urged parents to create work plans on how to guide their children to meet life’s challenges and prepare for today’s changing world.
he said: Have the children start locking the gate. Teach me to respect and cherish others. ”
VC said parents need to set a scale to morally and ethically assess the integrity of their children.
The President, Board and EA Ojo called for a strong synergy between school and home to help parents achieve the desired goal of developing devout and responsible leaders.
“Without discipline and respect for the authorities constituted, there is no progress. If derogatory remarks are made about teachers or schools in the presence of children, they are expected to guide and correct them.” will lose the respect of
He also tells alumni: Success is sweet, but it doesn’t come cheap. ”
The proprietress, AA Oshiro, told the students that they had to work hard to overcome any situation. She said, “Never lose hope, be steadfast, and pray fervently.”
Principal Samson Oladeji advised students to serve to make the school stronger and more sustainable.
Alumni valedictorian Ugochukwu Chidiebere thanked the school for raising them, advised colleagues to stay focused and said hard work never dies.