HCIC Proprietor Hail Parents For Helping Administration Balance Moral Education In Children
The Proprietor of Holy Cross International College, Yaounde, Emmanuel Buban Ngu has hailed parents and guardians who have helped and accompanied the school administration to give a balanced moral education to the children.
Buban Ngu made the statement on Friday, May 27 in Yaounde during the graduation ceremony of the 10th batch of High School students.
“…ladies and gentlemen, let me use this opportunity to express our gratitude to the parents who have understood our vision and accompanied us to give a balanced moral education to our children,” Buban Ngu said.
To some of the parents, he said, “unfortunately, certain parents have insisted on promoting indiscipline by the overt and insidious acts of flaunting school rules and regulations to the detriment of their kids.”
“Love cannot be bought by money, so too discipline cannot be replaced by compromission. With all the challenges we have had, we will be grateful to deal with a reduced disciplined number of students,” he added.
Buban Ngu also used the occasion to state that besides the wondrous work of God, HCIC is now operating a Cambridge Section. According to the Proprietor, the principle of the Cambridge Section is to provide close education to the students on a very personal level in an environment of peace and tranquility.
To the graduating students, Buban Ngu congratulated the students for their efforts to reach the heights of success.
“We congratulate them knowing that the road to success has not been easy. We congratulate also the parents for making this journey possible. Without their cooperation, our efforts will have been in vain.”
“We would also like to congratulate the administration and the teachers for burning the midnight light to ensure that these students, our children meet the minimum requirements necessary to writing their examination and passing with good grades,” he stated.
I would like to reiterate that the emphasis has not been only on academic excellence. Would like to produce all-around students in all areas so that they can survive in the world of tomorrow which is very demanding,” he said.
By Etienne Mainimo