Parents urged to invest in children for future responsible leadership.

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By correspondent in Lokoja.

Parents in kogi state and Nigeria at large have been urged to instill discipline and morals in their children to make prepare them towards responsible leaders of tomorrow in the country.
These are the views of many prominent dignitaries that attended the 2023/2024 Cultural Day of Anchor International Schools in Lokoja.
The wife to the Vice Chancellor, Federal University Lokoja, Mrs. Justina Akinwunmi, wife of the Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General, Princess Karimat Abdullahi, the Caretaker Chairman Lokoja, Local Government Area, Comr. Abdullahi Adamu among other personalities, described Anchor International Schools as school to beat when it comes to place of learning
They expressed satisfaction with the quality of learning and teaching in the school.
Mrs. Akinwunmi, who thanked parents for patronizing Anchor International Schools, said the testimony from parents and examination body attests to the vantage position the school holds in the State.
She congratulated the children
thanked their parents for the training
Princess Karimat Abdullahi, said, ” Since my children began studies in Anchor International Schools, I can not but appreciate that it is one school that has excellence as its’ motto”.
Comr.Adamu, tasked Nigerians to be prayerful and patient, giving them “the strongest assurances that the economic challenges facing the Country would soon be surmounted.
The Caretaker Chairman also urged parents of Anchor International to continue to invest in the education of their children, pointing out that not minding the economic downturn, the education and well-being of children should remain a priority.
The chairman,who noted that economic downturn was not restricted to tribes or religion, assured that government at all levels were working to overcome the challenges and called on parents to intensify efforts in their prayers for the nation to over its social and economic challenges.
Comr. Adamu commended the management of Anchor International Schools for the cultural reorientation, adding that the move would help in moulding the character of the children.
The Chairman expressed satisfaction with the rich culture and diversity displayed by the students and pupils in this year’s event and described Anchor International Schools as a place of moulding good morals and academic excellence.
Edited by Dawud Ahmed.

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