She said conflict means the difference in opinion, disagreement or argument between people while crisis, according to her, can be brought about by the difference in opinion, disagreement or argument between people. She said the Soweto struggle became necessary at that time because the Apathies regime was oppressing student especial the blacks who stood firm together to defend their right.
Before the struggle, she said, the right of children were violated especially that of the black children. Their right to life, health, education, survival and development were all violated by the government of that time as such the student have no choice than to rise up to the occasion to defend themselves.
Outreach coordinator, Ayo Amen Ediae, expressed delight for the turnout of students and the number of grandaunts from the school outreach programme of GPI, thanking them for their commitment and courage to go through the courses.
Speaking further, she said GPI is working in 18 schools but students graduating were from five schools. “I want to congratulate you for graduating today, the grandaunts here today should be happy that they are part of those graduating. We are graduating over 150 students in our outreach programme. 59 out of the number will be given a participatory certificates while 100 will get a graduation certificates”.
She admonished the girls to ensure they keep the flag of GPI flying in all they do in life especially now that they have GPI certificate. “You went through a one year curriculum, much is expected from you as a graduate from our outreach programme, you must keep your head high as GPI ambassador” she concluded.
The most outstanding grandaunt 2015/2016 session from Iyoba College Omoruyi Blessing expressed delight for coming out as the best and thanked God for the feat achieved as she dedicate her success to God Almighty. She thanked GPI for giving her the platform to express herself and today she is being celebrated. She advised those who were not so lucky like herself never to give up in life because perseverance pays.
Her teacher, Oladotun Ruth, appreciated God for the success of her student and thanked GPI for the platform giving to the students to showcase what they are made off.