Reliance on one’s parents’ riches and wealth has been described as a setback to becoming great in life
Outgoing pupils of Unique Group of schools, Isheri-Magodo,, Lagos were warned not to rely on inheritance as any young man or woman that puts hope on property of his/her parents will end up destroying his/her life.
Addressing about 65 graduating students of the school for the 2018/2019 academic session, Chairman of the event, Mr Igbiti Friday tasked them to work for their own riches, and not to depend on their parents’ own.
He said as they leave the school, they are expected to strive to be the best at what they choose to do.
“Along your journey you will face obstacles but I want you to know you don’t have excuses to fail. The world you are going to face is not a bed of roses, it’s a wicked world, it’s a war front, there are obstacles, things that want to pull you down, things that will disturb you from getting to your greater height, those things you must know them and stop them,” he said.
The chairman highlighted some obstacles that can stand in their way of success such as living life without God, saying their failure to accept God into their lives can lead to self-destruction.
The Guest Speaker at the valedictory service, Mr. Churchill Udoh, who spoke on the topic ‘The Pressure that Comes with Life”, said the pressure and challenges of life have never been friendly to mankind.
Chief Executive of the school, Mrs Esther Ayere-Alatishe ensured parents of continuous support and proper upbringing of the children kept in her care while charging the outgoing to contribute positively to the development of Nigeria with the values the school has inculcated in them.