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King’s graduands charged to be agents of positive change


King’s College, Lagos

King’s College, Lagos recently graduated over 500 students for its 2018/2019 set of the school. The ceremony, which was tagged: Dare to be different attracted prominent people from all walks of life.
Among them was the Pastor of Trinity House, Ituah Ighodalo, who charged the graduands to be agents of positive change and contribute their quota to building a better country.
Also speaking, Jani Ibrahim charged the graduands to participate and contribute their quota to the development of the good old school with new thinking. He said, “You are a class of winners. In your year of graduation, honor, and prestige was brought to the College with the winning of the coveted football GTB Masters cup, which replaced the famous Principal’s Cup. It is my wish that the same King’s spirit and determination that won the trophy will abide with you as you go forward.” 

Director and Principal of Kings College, Lagos, Mr. Andrew Agada, also challenged the graduands to make a positive change in whatever field they find themselves, noting that the students were primed to behold the world as a platform for limitless possibilities.
“Given your exposure to enduring values and axiomatic principles at King’s College, you are ready to nurture your innate abilities to adulthood, when you will impact the nation and indeed humanity’s growth and development.”

You should, therefore, beware that the world looks up to you to provide that coveted leadership that changes the society for good.”


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