No Shortcut To Success, Ukah Tells Students
    /    July 7, 2016   /    0 Comments  /    818 Views

Students have been advised that they are no shortcuts to success as it comes as a result of adequate preparation, hard work and learning from failure.

 

The Delta State Commissioner of Information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, stated this during the graduation ceremony of the Class of 2016 at Trinity International College, Ofada, Ogun State.

 

Mr. Ukah, who spoke on ‘Discipline and Diligence, Ingredients of Future Leaders’ as a Guest Speaker, told them that there is no short cut to good and enduring success as people must pay the full price in the currency of hard work.

 

The Information Commissioner also said that discipline means the ability to do what is right when it is right and not to do what is wrong or what is inimical to their dreams and purpose for living.

 

Mr. Ukah added that diligence helps to actualize people’s abilities, discover potentials in themselves and put them on the track of greatness, stressing that the more diligent people are, the more they will discover what they can do.

 

The occasion was the 13th in the series of graduation ceremonies of the school established in 1995.

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