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Omo Ajorosun Club organises annual career talk

FOREMOST indigenous club in Ibadan, Omo Ajorosun, has organised a career talk, to enlighten students in its annual career talk.

The students were welcomed by a co-founder of the club, Alhaji Lai Adedoyin, accompanied by the president of the club, Prof Ezekiel Olukayode and the Aare Alasa of Ibadanland, Chief Lekan Alabi.

Speaking at the event, the president of the club Prof Olukayode said, “It is a great pleasure seeing so much of the students, who are willing to emulate good characters in our society, that is why education is a key factor and the tools that break the yolk of intimidation, oppression and ignorance.

“The career talk I received in 1972 has really shaped my life and I will implore students to have a focused mindset, in other to achieve their goal in life and thereafter.”

Also, Chief Alabi explained that “Life has its own purpose and every student must be committed, to seek the good and welfare of others.” He urged the students to be respectful and be self confidence.

“This yearly career talk, indeed, one in which students look forward to attend with enthusiasm, is an avenue for them to think of the carrier they want to choose in future, Chief Alabi said.”