MAPOLY Lecturer Charges Students To Be Good Ambassadors

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MAPOLY Lecturer Charges Students To Be Good Ambassadors

MAPOLY Lecturer Charges Students To Be Good Ambassadors
MAPOLY Lecturer Charges Students To Be Good Ambassadors
Saheed Adeola E
The Head of Department of Mass Communication, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, (MAPOLY), Mr Kolawole Amos has urged the fresh graduands of MAPOLY to be good ambassadors of the institution, adding that they should always remember rigorous training they were taken through as students of the institution.
Amos who spoke at the Constellation event (Gathering of stars) organized by the Mass Communication Department of 2018/19 set to celebrate one and other for their hard work.
He advised the students that whatever theories they have learnt in school should inspired them to generate ideas, procedures and innovations that challenge unproductivity and turn the challenges in their environment into advantage.
His words “Life after school is totally different from life when you are in school, this is the time when you are going to face the challenges of life, you should learn how to take life and to deal with issues of life, as it comes your way and we can only pray that good will should come your ways.”
While commending the students for the event, Amos said “It is a commendable efforts, the last time we had something like this was in 2005, when we had very brilliant, “forward looking students” and today that we are having a rebuilt of a situation like this, it shows this set (2018/19) is particular focused and we are happy about it.”
Meanwhile the chairman planning committee, Adeyanju sosanya who is also one of the graduands said that the gathering was  to communicate to the people that the department of Mass Communication is different from others in MAPOLY.
According to him, I am so happy that at last we had this event, we were at the verge of cancelling the event before, because of  too much of challenges , but we are happy at last, God sent  sponsors to us and it was successful.
In the same vein, one of the sponsors of the program, Engineer kehinde Idowu popularly known as (K07) added that the forum is a welcome idea, saying that it will make the students to know each other more.
His words ”During my time as a student in school, I involved in this and it has helped me a lot by thinking together with my colleagues and it yielded good result.
He advised the students to make use of this forum to think on self employment and not to waste their time on searching for white collar job.
He hinted that ”Many graduates are after white collar jobs but trust me not everybody is going to get it, it is better they do something else that will fetch them millions, look at me now I started from somewhere but now I am somebody”
The chairman planning committee

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