Ex-minister counsels greensprings on diligence, morality

A former Minister of Aviation, Mr Osita Chidoka, has suggested Greensprings School IB Diploma college students to be clever, diligent, and worry God.

Speaking on the commencement of Greensprings IB Diploma college students, Chidoka inspired the 36 graduates to uphold these values, stressing that good character was elementary for them, in the direction of attaining sustainable success of their tutorial {and professional} journeys.

He stated, “Use the “Chidoka Principles,” as follows, Uche (knowledge), Uchu (diligence), and Egwuchukwu (morality and worry of God) to information your future endeavours.”

 Chidoka in an announcement made out there to The PUNCH, advocated for Nigeria’s adoption of the IB Diploma programme, suggesting a re-evaluation of the present 6-3-3-4 system.

 “The IB Diploma curriculum has strengths in fostering vital pondering, world consciousness, and complete schooling and it’s a global gold customary in schooling that encourages unbiased pondering and prepares college students for fulfillment in prime universities.

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“The IB Diploma programme is extensively acclaimed because the gold customary of schooling worldwide, encouraging college students to be unbiased thinkers.

Top universities world wide search out IB Diploma graduates for the excessive degree of school preparedness that this system instils in its college students,” Chidoka said.

He confused the significance of making an setting the place college students can develop their potential and contribute meaningfully to society.

The assertion stated among the IB Diploma graduates, additionally secured a number of scholarships from universities in Europe and North America.

A complete of 36 graduates had been awarded over $12 million in scholarships, affirming this system’s influence in getting ready college students for larger schooling and past.



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