Hon. Sanai Agunbiade, the Majority Leader of the Lagos State House of Assembly, has advised students of the Kingsmead College, Ikorodu, to always strive to be the best at all times.
He gave them the advice during the students’ courtesy visit to him at his office at the Lagos State House of Assembly Complex, Alausa, Ikeja, recently.
The staff and students of the school had visited the lawmaker for a thank you visit in appreciation of his attendance at the school’s grand opening last year.
Hon. Agunbiade, while addressing the student, advised them to always strive to be the best at all times.
“Always strive to be the best at all times. To be the best requires sacrifices, commitment and discipline. You need to spend more time with your books”, Hon. Agunbiade advised.
“You must have self-determinism spirit. You must put your ability to optimal test at all time. If you don’t engage in productive exercise, there is no way you can know your ability.
“As students, you must have mission to accomplish in your life. Always set goals for yourself and follow it with discipline.
“One of my major strength despite my disability is to always consider myself as the best no matter the situation. I don’t get intimidated and I always have self-believed that I can do better in all situations. You should always believe in yourself and always unleash your potentials”, he challenged the students.
“By now, you should know what you want to become in life. That is your goal and the only way to achieve that, be it a doctor, lawyer, engineer etc, is to read your books. You have to spend more time with your books”, Hon. Agunbiade stated.
The lawmaker, who stated that his greatest achievement is his emergence as a lawyer, told the students to develop interests in politics as a way of changing the society positively.
“Although, some people would say that politics is dirty and that politicians are liars but I must tell you that I’m not a liar and does not involve in dirty politics. You have to pursue your future career but also involve in politics so that you can join others in building a good society. If you fail to, those who are not educated and enlightened would go into government and dictate the policy direction.
Encouraged by the array of intelligent questions which the students asked him during a brief question and answer session, Hon. Agunbiade promised to visit the school for a more interactive session.