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Ansar-ud-deen alumni president, Smith gives students success tips

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Mr. Al-Ameen Dabiri (left); Alhaji Lanre Bakare; Air Vice Marshall Sikiru Ladi Smith; Alhaja Hamdalat Anifowose; Chief Yomi Ayepola; Dr Umar Sanda; Alhaja Omowunmi Adelaja; Mr Lateef Kareem, and Mr. Kayode Akinmade, during a career talk organised by Ansar-ud-deen College Old Students’ Association, Isolo, Lagos.

Mr. Al-Ameen Dabiri (left); Alhaji Lanre Bakare; Air Vice Marshall Sikiru Ladi Smith; Alhaja Hamdalat Anifowose; Chief Yomi Ayepola; Dr Umar Sanda; Alhaja Omowunmi Adelaja; Mr Lateef Kareem, and Mr. Kayode Akinmade, during a career talk organised by Ansar-ud-deen College Old Students’ Association, Isolo, Lagos.<br />

National President of Ansar-ud-deen Old Students Association, Air Vice Marshall Ladi Smith (rtd), has tasked students desirous of success, to be hardworking and persistent in the pursuit of their academic goals.

Speaking during the school’s 2016 career guidance/counseling session, Smith stressed that the imperativeness of discipline, persistence and hard work for any serious-minded student success cannot be overemphasised.

Smith informed those of them interested in joining the military that they must before they could be considered for enlistment into the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna, while Mr Olaseinde Karim, informed those interested in the law profession to develop a flair for reading.

Mr. Al Ameen Dabiri, an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) person, advised students to avail themselves of opportunities in the ICT sector, adding that, “anyone who wants to delve into the profession must be diligent and versatile.”

For those interested in medicine, Dr. Umar Oluwole Sanda, shed light on some benefits of studying the course offers, including numerous job opportunities after graduation, ability to help people directly and make them happier, respect in the society, and job security among others.



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