A nation could be blessed with bountiful natural resources but without intellects who have acquired managerial knowledge through schooling, it is easier to predict doom for the nation.
When Peacefmonline.com caught up with Prof. E. Kingsley Larbi at the 7th Graduation Ceremony of Regent University College of Science and Technology, he stated that before any nation can progress, there is a need to have people who are ready to sacrifice and offer valuable aid to the nation.
The event which took place at the International Conference Center in Accra, was well attended by Members of the Regent University Council, Ministers of State and Members of Parliament, The Clergy; Parents, Graduands and the Press.
In an address delivered by Prof. E. Kingsley Larbi to the invited guests, he proudly touched on how every single student received quality tuition from the institution. He congratulated the graduands and challenged them to make a difference everywhere they found themselves.
“You have a world to win! You can make a difference and you dare not fail! You have in your hand, the power to create the kind of life you want o live, and also help create the kind of world, and a kind of nation you want to see.
Our continent and our nation for that matter, is in urgent need of selfless, dedicated, visionary, result-driven, God-fearing ethical leaders. The need is urgent, and cry is desperate. Our resources have not always been honestly, fairly, and equitably distributed.
Those employed to manage our state institutions, and our collective
resources, have not always been at their best. You must be different! Go as an ambassador with a mission and a mandate. Go and change your world. May the good Lord give you the grace to do that”, he said.
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