10th Anniversary: Al-Ikhlas Schools holds graduation, charge students to be a shinning armour

It was a day of academic accomplishments for pupils, students and teachers of Al-Ikhlas Schools, Ilorin on Saturday as they celebrated their graduation ceremony and 10th year of existence.

The school which was established over a decade, has been contributing to both Western and Islamic Educational development of children in Ilorin, Kwara State.

In his lecture, the Guest Speaker, Ustadh Rasheed Haashim who lectured on the topic; “Simplifying your spending during tough time; Islamic point of view”, explained that one of the fundamental doctrines in Islam is belief in predestination. He stressed that Muslims must believe in favourable and unfavorable circumstances.

He urged people to only borrow for essential or necessary needs and not over burden themselves beyond their financial capabilities.

He equally advised people to make plans and spend according to their income and ability, noting that Allah is the only solution to their problem.

In her remarks, Rtd. Perm Sec Ministry of Education Hajia Rabiat Mopelola AbdulRahman commended the teachers and founder of the school for their dedication towards impacting quality education on students. She therefore congratulated the graduands and prayed God to continue guiding them.

In his farewell address, the proprietor of Al-Ikhlas Schools, Alhaji Tajudeen Bolaji urged the students to make the best use of life lessons learnt at the School. He advised them to continue upholding their parents’ good name, noting that name once built is a priceless jewel, therefore he urged them to be a shinning armour.

Speaking on the economic situation of the country, he said the nation’s current degenerating situation is beyond individual solution and requires all hands to be on deck.

The graduation ceremony also witnessed launching of magazine, Martial art presentation, prize giving among others.

The event, which had the presence of dignitaries such as; Commissioner 1 Kwara State civil service commission; Alhaji Isiaka olorundare, Education secretary of Ilorin West; Hajia uthman-sulaiman Hafsat, former DVC Unilorin; Prof Abdulkareem Yusuf, Director institute of education Kwasu; Prof Abubakar Laro, Dr Muhyideen Abiola, Proprietress of Prime Touch school; Hajia Fatimah Akodudu, was also graced by the school’s alumni, parents and well-wishers.

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