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It was massive fun non-stop at the dinner party that held recently in “Big Mummy O’s” place at Maryland, Lagos. The Nwabuezes were well represented at the event. They were all looking beautiful and gorgeous in their attires. In the spirit of fun, they chatted into the night; no one was in a hurry to leave the party.
The party was put together by the Abroad based Ufoegbunes who flew into the country for a function and used that avenue to wine and dine with families. Dr. Veronica Ufoegbune and husband were excited to see their family members residing in Nigeria again all hale and hearty.
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OUTGOING STUDENTS OF INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL LAGOS (ISL), UNILAG, DAZZLE AT THE SCHOOL’S VALEDICTORY SERVICE!
“Life does not give awards for efforts but results; never give up! Says Popular actor Bimbo Manuel at the school’s valedictory service.
The Jelili Omotola hall, University of Lagos was recently illuminated with the dazzling presence of the of outgoing students of the prestigious International School Lagos (ISL), 2018 set at the just concluded Valedictory Service of the school. The graduands who looked so exquisite in their white and black graduation outfit; the female stylish in their dresses and high heels, and the guys so elegant both in Native and English attires, could not contain their joy as they already looked forward to facing the next academic phase of their life; the university.
Families and friends came in mass all gorgeously clothed to celebrate the latest set of intellectual graduates.
The valedictorian of the day was the slim but capable ‘Ifeoluwa Are’ who made all A’s in his result and scored a total score of 297 in his Jamb. Ifeoluwa was gifted with a book and a laptop. He was also bequeathed a cheque by one of the parents that was really impressed with his academic performance. Others with outstanding results were Alimi Mohammed, Tofunmi Adebayo, Immaculata Daikpor; they all had 8 A’s
Kicking off the major event of the day was the procession by the outgoing students which was followed by the singing of the national anthem and the school anthem led by the unique school band. The opening prayer was done by the VP Academics-Mr. Amusan, K.O.
Next was the introduction and calling of reputable personnel to the high table. Notable among them were the Vice Chancellor of University of Lagos Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, who was ably represented by Professor Wale Okunnuga; Popular Nollywood actor, Bimbo Manuel; Deputy registrar Unilag, Dr. Taiwo F.Ipaye, who was ably represented by Mrs. Ronke Asiwaju; Chairman- International School Management Board (ISMB)- Prof Mrs. W.A Makanjuola, who was ably represented by Mr. Jide Ogunnekan; The special guest of honour and chairman of the ocassion- Dr. Orpama Oboman and wife; the principal of the International School Lagos, Dr. M.O Malik; the PTA vice chairman, Mr. Eyo Asuquo and Mr. Chibuzor Mbakwe
(MEMBERS OF THE HIGH TABLE)
The international school Lagos, Unilag is situated in a safe environment that aides the students’ swift learning. The school fosters intellectual interest, potential and aspirations of students. They promote good values and students of the school have respect for others. ISL prepares students not just academically but emotionally and socially. Students of the school can compete with their counterparts within and outside the country. The school has top-notch facilities as well as experienced teachers whose innovative style of teaching prepare the students for the global world.
At the school’s valedictory service, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos- Prof. Oluwatoyin T. Ogundipe (ably represented by Professor Wale Okunnuga) wished all the students well in their next phase of life.
In the same vein, the principal of the International School Lagos- Dr. M.B Malik, also wished the outgoing students well. He advised them to use their new found freedom wisely. His words “Even though you now have freedom at your finger tips when you get to the university; ‘all those things like being called out with an alarm or caned to be somewhere does not exist in the university’, but take control of your life. A lot of associations will beckon at you, but you should always remember the home you are coming from. Don’t join groups that will cut off your life.”
Dr. Malik went on to say that the school in the last exam recorded a 100% pass in English, Maths- 94.7% pass, Biology- 89.2% pass, physics- 71.9%, Chemistry- 76%, F. Maths- 69%, Financial Accounting- 75%, CRS, IRS, Food and nutrition 100%, Commerce- 96.9%, TD- 83.8%, Economics- 95.4%, Geography- 88.9%, other subjects 100%.
The Chairman ISMB (Ably represented by Mr. Jide Ogunnekan) also advised the outgoing students to do the right thing even though they will be on their own and there will be no overseeing adult watching to make sure they do what is right, attend lectures and maintain sexual purity. “However, with every action comes a reaction, every decision comes a repercussion or reward, be wise , do not let the world deceive you. Let the value deposited in you both from ISL and home work for you. You represent the family, alma-mater and yourself” She added
Bimbo Manuel– a notable actor, director, writer, broadcaster, audio-visual content developer and fashionista, was one of the guest speakers at the event. The actor had a lot to tell the graduating students. He congratulated them and charged them to praise themselves. “Praise yourselves, no matter what people say because it was not easy” he said. He further said that whatever they become is their decision and that they should be the best in whatever choice they make. The actor said that they should never give up as real life doesn’t give awards for efforts but only results. He admonished the outgoing students from doing things to satisfy people. He asked them to shun cultism but remember the child of who they are. He charged them to understand and speak English, be computer literate, never forget God, stay connected, be friends and never make a life-long enemy for themselves and think out of the box. His words “ If you can’t think out of the box, you are not ready for the new and emergent world. Break traditions, apply traditional knowledge to the new ways of learning things, disrupt tradition, invent, create, be a different one, not one who knows the old ways best; it is not useful to you. Do not stop your quest for knowledge else things will die. Your dreams and friends will change; you become limited in your thinking, let God be your constant companion”
Leaving them with a watchword, he says “Be indispensable” People will look for you when you have what they need and no one has it.
The special guest of honour Dr. Oboman in his address pointed out some of the things that may distract them. His words “ The first distraction are peers; choose good friends so you can pass. If you follow bad friends, you will fall. The second distraction is the social media, but you must learn how to control it. Thirdly stay off drugs. Fourthly, stay off alcohol and lastly rest. Reflect what has been and what is to come.”
The event which was anchored by Mr. Oluwaseun Ajidagba ended with a beautiful display of the culture of the country in the by the school’s cultural troup. There was also a change of baton – outgoing head boy/girl and their assistants, launching of the yearbook, cutting of the graduation cake, presentation of awards to the outstanding students. Mr. Popoola A.O (VP Administeration) gave a vote of thanks.
Speaking with Ogefash Blog at the end of the event, Ifeoluwa Are, (The overall best graduating student 2018 set) said though the journey through ISL was tough, but God almighty, the dedicated and caring teachers of ISL, loving parents and siblings, supporting friends, hardwork and personal determination made him achieve the feat.
“I.S.L as a school has the highest level of qualification in terms of experienced teachers and staff. It is definitely the best school to go to”
Also, Daikpor Edeseimi Immaculata (The outgoing head girl of the school-2018 set) has this to say “ Aargh! I am so happy to be here today and very thankful too because the journey here wasn’t easy. These six years have been a blast and I am leaving with no regrets. I have learnt more about myself and how to have good relationship with others.
“I.S.L is a school that prepares us rigorously for the outside world. The teachers are disciplined and friendly. I love the fact that our classes are always very interactive as our teachers always encourage us to participate in class so we can voice out our opinions on the topic being taught. It is a school situated in a conducive area. We have great facilities such as basketball courts, a good sick bay and lots more. Renowned for its excellent academic result.”
In the same vein, Samuel Adebiyi Adekunle (The outgoing head boy of the school- 2018 set) said “Wow! 6 years are already up. Honestly it looks so fast. The experience was indeed nice. The role of a head boy was challenging but interesting as well. I can not forget ISL. I will miss the hustling, playing football and so on”.
“I.S.L is spectacular. The joy I feel can’t be expressed in words. The teachers are not only qualified but remarkable, so also the principal, vice principal and the students.The facilities are out of the world and there is good power supply, state of the art basket ball court, large classrooms well equipped with whiteboards, good lightning. We also have a terrific football field and an adequate computer lab. ISL is one of its kind. For you to have been admitted into the school, it means you are brilliant, count yourself worthy and privileged to be a student. ISL boasts of intelligent students who have won so many laurels both in academic and co-curricular competitions; a visit to the Principal’s office, and you will see all our trophies.”
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“The basic element for success is focus and avoiding procrastination”
The above were the parting words of Gideon Olajide, the overall best graduating student of the 2018 set of His Glory Plus College, Bariga, Lagos in the 8th graduation and Prize-giving ceremony of the school. The ceremony was a combined celebration of graduands from its primary and secondary school.
Since inception, “His Glory Plus Schools” have continuously shown their competence in providing quality education that is befitting for world class leaders. It is a school where children are enthusiastic about learning considering the top-notch facilities and capable teachers employed in the school to aid students’ academic, moral and spiritual development. The students are responsible, social, vocal, creative thinkers and have what it takes to solve the rigorous problems of nations. Little wonder all parents always seek admission for their children to ‘His Glory Plus Schools’ and were also excited to be a part of the graduation ceremony.
Parents and well wishers turned out in mass all looking stunning in their attires and enthusiastic about the day’s event which had a lot of enthralling activities and electrifying performances dished out by the students of the school; there was indeed no boring moment.
The ceremony which was held at the ‘Our Lady Of Fatima’s School hall had proprietress of top schools as well as CEO’s of notable organizations grace the occasion. It had in attendance, the proprietor and proprietress of His Glory Schools- Mr. and Mrs. Olajide; the PTA chairman of His Glory Schools, Mr. Enang; the PTA chairlady of His Glory Schools, Mrs. Ukamdu; Proprietress David Graham, Mrs. Adedeji; Proprietress Damavel Nursery and Primary School, Mrs. Ogunkalu; Proprietress of Smart Creche, Mrs, Modinat Ismail; CEO of Golden Ladies Club, Mrs. Kemi Adewale and Mrs. Feyisara
The ceremony kicked off with an opening prayer taken by the headmistress of His Glory Primary School-Mrs. Aiyegbon Abidemi Alice.
In a speech delivered by the proprietor of the school, Mr. Adebayo Olajide, he referred to the 2018 set of graduands as spectacular students as under their set, the school got a specific approval from the Lagos State. He also said a large percentage of the students came out with Distinctions all through. He congratulated the students and wished them well as they proceed to the next phase of their academic life. He also thanked the parents for taking care of their children.
Also, addressing the graduands was PTA chairman of ‘His Glory Schools’- Mr. Enang. He thanked God for the successful completion of another academic session and also thanked God that the school didn’t witness the death of any pupil. He also thanked the parents for their continuous cooperation in things that concern the school irrespective of their tight schedule and the economy situation of the country. He enjoined the graduands not to join bad gangs in the University and wished them excellence as they proceed to the next phase of their academic life.
The highpoint of the ceremony was the recognition of each of the graduands from the nursery, to the kindergarten, to the primary and to the college of the school. The proprietor of the school- Mr. Olajide gave the parents of the children the chance to stand beside them on the stage and then pray as well as dance with their children. They all rejoiced with their children none wanting to return to their seats.
The day was fun packed with some enthralling activities that glued guests to their seats such as the cultural dance by the Igbo and Yoruba group where the students danced in their colourful traditional attires, Bata dance, Choreography, Music, Drama (Both in French and English). Students were also elected to take up the mantle from the graduands who had various leadership positions.
It was indeed an event filled with fun and excitement as the guests yearned for more. The show was hosted by the headmistress and principal of the school in persons of Mrs. Aiyedogbon Abidemi Alice and Mrs. Kemi Nwachukwu
The ceremony was concluded with the presentation of certificates and palatable gifts to all the graduands. Gideon Olajide was the star of the day as he was the overall best graduating student of class 2018. He went home not only with wrapped gifts but with cash prizes, among them are the HD decoder with 6 months subscription given by an alumnus of the school who now works with Multi choice, the proprietor’s 10,000 naira cash prize for the student with the best score in Jamb; Olajide scored 307 in jamb and many other gifts from subject teachers. All the students went home smiling as their hands were filled with splendid gifts given to them either by subject teachers or school management. There were gifts for all not just the graduating students. There was also much to wine and dine with.
Names of the graduating students of ‘His Glory Plus College’
Michael Ekpe (Outgoing head boy), Ayinde Opeyemi (Head girl), Gideon Olajide (Overall best graduating student), David Usen, Enechukwu Samson, Smart Emmanuel, All Balogun Samuel, Ayegbusi David, Enang Gabriel, Ben God’s Power, Enechukwu Paschal, Salui Quadri, Ogunnaike Olumide, Omogbemi Funmilayo, Olajire Mariam, Enechukwu Nkechi, Enechukwu Ikechukwu, Aina Esther, Itodo Blessing, Oduntaun Ayomide, Ugoji Victor, Ayodele Lekan,Oluwakoya Ayomide, Sunday Ruth, Vinyo Ese, Aina Esther, Ogholodo Josephine, Agbi Samuel, Ola-Hamzat Esther, Egbodo Ogadinma, Ogodo Onyiyenchi, Ikpe Precious, Igbim Precious, Godswill Chidinma, Thomas Ali Samuel, Ibrahim Rukayat, Adu Abigail, Adetola Femi, Ezenna Pihole, Kuku Anastacia, Ezinne Adaeze, Uwaoma Ifeoma, Simisola Oshinsanmi Arinola, Oluwagbemiro Iyanu
Names of the graduating students of ‘His Glory Primary School’
Akakpo Sandra (Head girl), Olajide Goodness (Head boy), Oguntayo Ezekiel, Oyebanjo Divine, Oyebanjo Divine, Okon Favour, Archibong Victor, Ekwealor Uche, Adebisi Olawale, Ayenibiowo Halleluyah, Alex Emmanuel, Okonna Ifechukwu, Gbadebo Tobi, Okon Promise, Ojobo Esther, Abu Esther, Raymond Tirman, Enang Grace, Ajileye Daniel, Eni Stephen, Aminu Muiz, Azubuike Nmesoma, Ezeoyindo Amarachukwu, Duru Chioma, Olusoga Omowunmi, Owolabi Timilehin, Olusoji Olushola, Amaechi Gloria, Chukwuemeka Chinazom, Abah Juliana, Adah Julliet, Popoola Fayidat, Amodu Ayomide, Ayodele Toluwalase, Ekezie Chimezie, Ayila Balikis, Philip Inioluwa, Christopher Vincent, Ezechukwu Kingsley, Shotubo Ifeoluwa, Elebiomaye Ayoleyi, Onadake Daniel, Okechukwu Chukwuemeka, Yusuf Qudud, Ezekiel Peter, Olodun Ifeoluwa, Idumu David, Amadi David, John Priscillia, Olusoga Ayomide, Akande Afolabi, Abraham Philips, Adekanmbi Mogbaraleoluwa, Iheabuchi Princess, Akinde Emmanuel, Topman Wisdom, Najeddem Asia, Ehinkoya Emmanuel
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‘HIS GLORY PLUS SCHOOLS’ HOME AWAY FROM HOME – OUTGOING STUDENTS TESTIFY
GIDEON OLAJIDE (OVERALL BEST GRADUATING STUDENT OF HIS GLORY PLUS COLLEGE CLASS 2018)
Gideon Olajide is the overall best graduating student of the 2018 set of His Glory Plus College. He is intelligent, focus, respectful and gentle as a lamb. His hardwork won him a lot of awards not just wrapped gifts but monetarily. Some of the items he was gifted with include an HD decoder with free 6months subscription from one of the members of the old student association, Proprietors cash prize of 10,000 Naira for the graduand with the highest score in Jamb (He scored 307) and a whole lot of awards from subject teachers.
Expressing his joy to “Ogefash Blog” Gideon says he is happy about the awards though he is not surprised to receive them. He says his efforts deserved it. He goes on to talk about his six years experience at ‘His Glory Plus College’. According to him, it has been a painstaking experience especially when he got to SS1 but what kept him going was the mindset he had to succeed, there were challenges but he didn’t allow them deter him as he kept on focusing on his goal.
Gideon says he was inspired to do more when he saw the joy that always ooze out from his predecessors during graduation. He says the basic element for success is focus and avoiding procrastination.
(Gideon is the male graduand on the left side of the picture)
“His Glory Plus college is filled with proficient teachers who are always ready to help. My teachers gave me the quantum leap to achieve these feats. I appeal to parents to bring their children to this school as their children’s maximum success is guaranteed. The environment of this school is conducive. His Glory Plus is the best school to be.”
GIDEON OLAJIDE SIGNOUT WORD: What I learnt in this school is life changing and it would certainly help me in the outside world.
AYINDE OPEYEMI (THE OUTGOING HEAD GIRL OF HIS GLORY PLUS COLLEGE CLASS 2018)
Opeyemi Ayinde is a beautiful chick, tall and very vocal. She is the outgoing head girl of His Glory Plus College of Class 2018. According to Opeyemi, being the head girl of a prestigious school with an excellent legacy is one of the most amazing moments in her life. She says though she is only human, but she tried her best to meet up with responsibilities and manage different characters as the head girl.
(Opeyemi is the female graduand in between the boys in the picture)
“His Glory Plus College is a ‘Home away from home’. We have terrific teachers who guided me to the good path of life.
OPEYEMI AYINDE’S SIGNOUT WORDS: I will miss the teachers, extra-curricular activities, warm treatments, the conducive environment of the school and lots more.
MICHAEL EKPE (THE OUTGOING HEAD BOY OF HIS GLORY PLUS COLLEGE CLASS 2018)
He is Michael. When one looks at Michael from a distance, one would think he doesn’t talk, but when you move closer, you would realize that he can voice out plenty words in a second. He is a very friendly and social being. He is the outgoing head boy of His Glory Plus College Class 2018.
Michael says being the head boy of the school was one of the best experiences of his life. According to him, when he got the call to be the head boy of the school, he was jittery at first, because he knew he had been bestowed with a huge responsibility.
(Michael is the graduand on the right side of the picture)
“His Glory Plus is a true citadel of learning and I am fortunate to have passed through the school. All the teachers are qualified and the environment is conducive. Some schools are all about the intellectual development of a student only, but His Glory Plus is not like that. They are not only concerned about the intellectual, but also the spiritual and moral development of the child. They ensure that no student goes in the wrong direction. Any child that wants to be wayward is sanctioned and such student adjusts his or her steps.”
MICHAEL EKPE’S SIGNOUT WORDS: The teachers’ hospitality has endeared me to the school. The memories will remain in my blessed brain.
SANDRA AKAKPO (OUTGOING HEAD GIRL OF HIS GLORY PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASS 2018)
“His Glory Plus has great and wonderful teachers. It is one of the best schools of all that have seen. They have good facilities that make learning smooth, swift and interesting. I pray God will continually empower them and take them to the next level, amen.”
SANDRA AKAKPO SIGNOUT WORDS: I will miss my friends, the school, the teachers and their style of teaching.
GOODNESS OLAJIDE (OUTGOING HEADBOY OF HIS GLORY PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASS 2018)
“His Glory Plus has well trained teachers”
SIGNOUT WORDS OF GOODNESS OLAJIDE: The school is superb, I will certainly proceed to the school’s college because having had high standard education in the primary school, I know that the standard in the college can’t be less. Catch ya there friends!
It was a joyful celebration of another successful completion of the academic session at the Ansar-Ud-Deen Nursery and Primary School, Akoka.
Beautiful faces converged to be a part of the school’s 10th graduation ceremony. Ansar-Ud-Deen school is one of the leading schools that balances western education with qualitive islamic teachings to produce knowledgeable graduands who can compete with their counterparts all over the world. This is evident in the excellent results the children graduated with. Also, the teachers of the school are not only experienced, but lovable as they do not only see them as pupils but as their own children hence giving them utmost priority.
Since its inception in 2004, the school which is owned by the Ansar-Ud-Deen Society of Nigeria, Akoka Branch, has continuously won the hearts of many in the community as well as the nation at large as it has proven to be the frontiers of knowledge. They have been developing pupils with assiduous and creative minds and training them to be able to be a boss of their own in the future.
Kicking off the 2018 graduation ceremony was the short prayer which was done by one of the students. The culmination of the prayers automatically paved way for the introduction and welcoming of dignitaries to the high table.
THE HIGH-TABLE DIGNITARIES (Chief Imam Alhaji Nurudeen Nalogun, Mr. Gbadamosi Maruf, Imam Abdulhamed Adewole, Mr. Junaid, Mr. Abdullah Owolabi, Mr Omotayo, Mr. Sodiq Mikowl, Mr. lamidim Alhaja Momod, Alhaja Gbadamosi, Alhaja Gbadamosi Sherifat (H.M), Mrs. Adewale Baliqis Titilayo, Alhaja Oyetade, Alhaja Balogun, Alhaji Mariam Motolani.)
Addressing the audience after the recitation of the glorious quran was the headmistress of Ansar-ud-deen- Mrs. Sheriffah T. Gbadamosi. She expressed her incomputable joy at the performance of the pupils. She thanked the teachers for performing their duties exceedingly as well as the parents for entrusting their children in care of the teachers and for paying their children’s fees at the appropriate time. She went on to mention some of the successful activities carried out in the school in the just concluded school calendar year such as competitions and summits where they came out top. She thereafter wished the students well and all peaceful journey back home.
THE HEADMISTRESS OF ANSAR-UD-DEEN-Mrs. Sheriffah T. Gbadamosi BEING PRESENTED WITH GIFTS
CHAIRMAN OF GRADUATION COMMITTEE OF ANSAR-UD-DEEN- Mrs. Idiat Gbadamosi BEING PRESENTED WITH GIFTS
MEMBERS OF STAFF (TEACHING AND NON TEACHING STAFF) BEING PRESENTED WITH GITS
Thereafter, the graduating students-Saheed Sofiat (Outgoing head girl), Adesanya Roqeeb (outgoing head boy), Abdul Rahman Mistura (Assistant head girl) Rokeebah Babatunde, Ogunleye Rofiat, Ajao Mariam, Adebanjo were introduced to the audience one after the other. As each of them came out, the DJ of the occasion played a song for each of the graduating students to dance to. They took to the dance floor showcasing their shaku shaku moves. Families and friends also came out to rejoice with them as well as spray them money before returning to their various seats.
Speaking with Ogefash Blog, the outgoing head girl of Ansar-ud-deen- Sofiat Saheed had this to say about the school. She says the school is extraordinarily different from other schools as they truly impact knowledge in them both western education and Arabic knowledge. She says she owes her knowledge to her teachers as well as the chairman- education board who is also her sponsor
THE OUTGOING HEAD GIRL OF ANSAR-UD-DEEN (SOFIAT SAHEED)
THE OUTGOING HEAD BOY OF ANSAR-UD-DEEN (ROQEEB ADESANYA)
PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES
The occasion was anchored by Mr. Abduwallah Adewale and Mr. Ekemode who made the event lively.
ANCHORS OF THE EVENT
There were lined up of enthralling activities which kept guests glued to their seats. The students were fully loaded with entertainment, all energized and ready to dish them out to the radiant audience. They displayed their extreme dexterity in dance, music and many more.First off the entertainment pack was an interesting rhyme done by the play group class. There were also poems done both in English and French. ADS news came up right after where two students (a male and female) displayed their communication skills as they read the news both in English and Yoruba.
There was also the electrifying cultural dance which swept guests to their feet as the children danced low to the ground reflecting the nature of the western tradition while singing melodious songs that flowed with their dance. Not forgetting the interesting riddles and the fashion parade where the children walked elegantly on the podium.
There was also Ewi/Oriki also known as song of praise, the little children did this fluently which almost brought tears to their faces. It was a challenge to the adult seeing their younger ones do what is common among the adults. Also in the entertainment pack was the drama titled “Obedience” where a prince lost the throne because of his arrogance and disobedience. Not forgetting the noble sayings of the prophet popularly known as “Hadith”
ACTIVITIES AT THE GRADUATION CEREMONY
Prizes were also giving to students who had outstanding performances. The overall best student in primary six was the outgoing head girl- Sofiat Saheed. The outgoing head boy won award for the neatest and the most creative student in the school. Also the teachers were rewarded with mouth watering gifts.
The high point of the day was the giving away of both the big and small refrigerator as prize to the staff. Carting away the big refrigerators were Mrs. Idiat Gbadamosi and Mrs Ajao while Mrs. Alhaji Yekini Fausa went home with the small fridge. Their joy knew no bound when their names were announced as the new owners of the refrigerator. Students of the school and other staff came out to celebrate with them.
GIFTS OF THE DAY
It was indeed a well organized graduation ceremony as the occasion ended leaving guests yearning for more dosage of their entertainment pack.
Speaking with Ogefash Blog at the end of the event, the chairman of the committee- Mrs. Idiat says she owes the success of the event to God, to the pupils, parents and staff who donated towards the event. She expressed joy on the terrific performance of the students in all the activities and saluted their bravery in facing the crowd. She also thanked the parents for taking time to dress their children well and making them look good.
THE 10TH EDITION OF LAOYE SCHOOLS’ VALEDICTORY SERVICE
The Laoye schools comprising the Nursery, Primary and Secondary College have again showed that they are the citadel of knowledge in the Nigerian Education System. The school which is situated in a serene and unpolluted environment provides an opportunity for the pupils to swiftly learn in a relaxed mind. It recently held its 10th Valedictory Service and Prize giving day in its environs.
True to its vision of raising excellent, professional and virtuous leaders who are academically balanced to proffer solution to the problems of their environment and the world at large, the school keeps recording 100% both in the junior and senior internal and external examinations. This year’s graduating students are clear proof to this vision as they all came out in flying colours. The students in persons of Kalu Chinenye Eze (Outgoing head girl), Makolo Musa Nicholas (Outgoing head boy), Iheanacho Favour, Bintu Abubakar, Tobechukwu Ugbechie, Ehnimiagbe Faith, Agbonabere isioma, Aknibiyi Ayobami, Adesoye Daniel, Menukanrin Idowu, Ejembi John, Anthony Mojisola P, Kelani Aishat, Etop Jennifer, Agbonabare Isioma, Onouegbuna Victoria and Olarenwaju Oyinkansola came out with distinctions in their various core subjects in the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) putting a smile in the faces of their families and friends as well as the school where they were inculcated with sound knowledge.
Addressing the graduating students, the proprietress of Laoye Schools Mrs.Omolaoye Elizabeth Olusola, congratulated the outgoing students and enjoined them to shun evil practices as they move on to higher institutions. She congratulated the children as well as the teachers who were instrument to their academic excellence. She also thanked the parents for their continuous care. She also acknowledged the good works of the members of the staff (both teaching and non-teaching) of the school.
In the same vein, the Principal of Laoye School- Mr. Obitayo T Babatunde and the Head Mistress- Mrs.Ihenacho J.C also celebrated the outgoing students and wished them well as they move on to the next phase of academic journey.
The Valedictory service was anchored by Mr. Williams and Mr. Adewuyi – the Vice principals of the school in Academics and Administration respectively whose style of anchoring thrilled the guests. It was a joint celebration for those in the nursery, primary and secondary classes of the school as they all moved to a higher class.
The graduating student of the primary section of the school are Taiwo Precious (outgoing headgirl), Tomisin Ogunbase (Outgoing headboy), Oriola Tomiwa, Mina Miracle, Omotayo Isaac, Oluwadarasimi Ashon, Prsicillia Alaba, Bunmi Ijimakinwa, Iwu Emmanuel, Dotun Sobanjo, Oshibote Atinuke.
Speaking with the outgoing head girl of the primary school- Taiwo Precious, she says her experience has the head girl was interesting even though she sometimes gets into trouble because of someone. She says Laoye is the best school. According to her since her days as a toddler till her grown age in the school, the school has been good to her. She says there can’t be any school like Laoye. She thanks her teachers, the members of the staff and mostly the proprietress- Mrs Omolaoye Elizabeth Olusola for her presence all through her primary education and undiluted advice she gives them on assembly ground. She prays that the school continues to grow.
This year’s edition of the Valedictory Service kicked off with the prayer day where all the graduating students were all dressed in white attires. This automatically paved way for the main event which saw a lot enthralling activities being showcased by the vibrant students of the school. There was dance, music and so on, all enough to keep the place bubbling and the guests high spirited. Three outgoing SS3 students-Favour Iheanacho, Onouegbuna Victoria and Bintu Abubakar also came out to talk about their experiences while in the school. The trio said they have quality teachers, matchless inter-house sports, and terrific proprietress who takes them like their children also.