Jan 14, 2009, 5:59 AM
The Gaye Njorro School of Hairdressing recently graduated over twenty-five students at a ceremony held at the Joint Officers Mess in Kotu.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the director of the school, Fatou Saine Gaye, expressed delight at the performance and high sense of commitment of the graduands.
She said it was not easy for them but with all the difficulties the students were able to overcome the challenges and perform well in school.
Only if students put the message or lesson learned at the school into practices will it benefit them in their career, she says.
Madam Gaye also challenges the students to be more focused, as life after school is not an easy task hence they still have a long way to go.
“Therefore, graduating today is another milestone in the history of the Gay Njorro Hairdressing,” she said, while urging students to respect their parents whom she thanked for their support in ensuring that their children get good education in life.
Adele Sey, in her remarks, thanked the teachers for their willingness in giving the students what is expected of them in terms of quality lessons.
She challenged the students to practice good behaviour as they are now to be exposed to society, where they will have to practise what they have learnt in school.