Alasepe, Maranro, Fashina Shine At NUD, Solu graduation
She emerged the overall best student of Junior Secondary School (JSS) 3 category, winning a total of five prizes and a trophy of excellence for her exceptional academic performance.
Seun Maranro emerged the overall best for JSS 2 category, garnering 10 different prizes and a trophy to his kitty, while Temitope Fashina topped the list in JSS 1 category with nine prizes and a trophy.
Other prize-winners are Odunayo Omoyeni and Azeezat Adebayo; Bolanle Rokeebat and Daniel Praise; Elizabeth Ayodele and Ebenezer Afolabi, for JSS 3, JSS 2 and JSS 1 categories, respectively, among others.
Alasepe, in a chat with The Guardian attributed her success to hard work and prayer. “If you are hardworking but not praying, your work may not amount to anything,” she said.
The aspiring lawyer, whose dream is to fight for and protect interest of the masses, lauded her teachers for their unflinching support and encouragement, describing them as the “best among the best, because come rain or shine, they come to classes to teach us.
Whatever the circumstance, they are always there to teach, encourage and give us moral principles.”
She advised her juniors to focus on their studies, be faithful and prayerful to enable them succeed.
The elated school Principal, Alhaja Memunat Arogundade, who congratulated the graduates, said the school has maintained its rating in the state, winning different laurels in recent time.
She enjoined the graduates to be good ambassadors of the school wherever they find themselves, urging them to always put to use all the leadership traits, knowledge and good virtues inculcated in them during their stay in the school.
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