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Anchor Springfield marks 5th anniversary, graduation ceremony


It was jubilation at the Anchor Springfield Schools, Lafenwa, Sango, Ogun State, as the school rolled out drums to mark its 5th year Anniversary and Graduation Ceremony.

The stage was set for a variety of entertainment display, as the pupils exhibited their talents to the delight of parents, guests and other well-wishers.

The school had much to rejoice over, as it gradually fulfils its mission to create leaders. One of its breakthroughs is the invention of GSM-controlled electric device by one of the pupils. The device can be used to control any electrical appliances that are connected to it from any part of the world. It’s robotic in operation.


In her speech, Proprietress of the school, Mrs. T.O Adamolekun, who congratulated the graduating students for successful completion of their primary education, advised them to always be good ambassadors of the school wherever they go.

Noting with alarm the increasing insecurity in the country, she said unemployment is a major factor contributing to the menace, adding that government needs to do something urgent to address the issue.

She said: “We have large numbers of companies returning to their countries. Due to recession, many have lost their jobs. People want to feed, take care of their families and also send their children to school, but there is no money, hence the resolve to look for alternative means.

“Government needs to do something about the recession, for foreign investors to return to the country, so that our youths can be gainfully employed. Government needs to rise up and do something on insecurity, so that the country is safe for both the young and old.”

Peak of the ceremony was the giving of awards to best students.

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