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Wellspring College cautions graduands against societal ills


A Wellspring College student at the laboratory of the school.

Principal, Wellspring College, Mrs. Oluwayemisi Oloriade, has admonished graduating students of the school to desist from any form of vices prevailing in today’s society.

Speaking at the 14th valedictory service and graduation ceremony of the school, Oloriade urged the outgoing students to uphold the core values of fear of God, excellence, integrity, diligence, dignity and discipline, instilled in them while in school.With the quality of education they have received, she charged the students to explore and navigate the world.

“My counsel to you is this, do not engage in any form of dishonest practice, honesty is the best policy. Avoid cultism, stay away from liquor, do away with idleness and continuously educate yourself by improving on all the experience you have gathered over the years,” she added.

She said the vision is to provide functional education based on sound morals to produce a total child by laying a solid foundation for righteousness, integrity and high academic standard.

The Chairman of the occasion and member, Board of Trustees, Wellspring University, Edo state, Mr. Tom Ogboi, also charged the students to believe in their abilities and put in more efforts in all they do.The guest minister, Pastor Damilola Oluwatoyinbo urged the students to believe in themselves, shun peer pressure and develop their talents.

Similarly, The Director of Treatment and Rehabilitation of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Mrs. Felicia Ikechukwu, in her presentation on the ills of drug abuse, encouraged the students to shun pressure and situations that could lead them to substance abuse.


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