Adams Tasks Muslim Parents On Need To Teach Children Doctrine of Islam

By Dupson Collins, 16th August, 2022

Alhaji Fatai Adams, a parent at Khadob College Akure has tasked Muslim Parents on the need to teach their children doctrine of Islam, saying children of nowadays need serious monitoring and proper upbringing.

Adams who is the State Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo State stated this during the end of the session party and wolimat ceremony at Khadob College, Akure.

The Chairman noted that with the high rate of crime and social vices in the society, parents should endeavours to feed their children with words of God.

He congratulated the graduating students and his children for the successful completion of the Holy Quran memorisation, commending the academic prowess of the school, moral standard and act of discipline inculcated into the students.

” The qualitative education being provided by Khadob College stands them out among others school in Ondo State. I can see the reflection of the moral knowledge in my children who are products of the school”.

He further commended the affordability of school fee of the school, noting that the school is affordable for children of the rich and middle class.

Adams admonished the students of the school who have been impacted with various tenets of Islam not to backslide, saying there’s no better religion than Islam.

In the same vein, Alhaja Adams Fatima who could not hide her joy, thanked God for a successful completion of her son education, noting that it is the joy of every parent seeing their children doing great.

She recommended the school for every Muslim Parents, adding that,Khadob College is a leading school when it comes to moral, good character and quality education.

” All my children are products of Khadob College and they are doing well. They are living testimonies in terms of academic performance and good character”.

Alhaja Adams advised the students to be studious and be a good ambassador of the school and always make their parents proud.

Meanwhile, the Head Teacher of the school, Oladapo-Alli Obalokun said the goal of the school is not about making profit but provision of quality education and raising students that can compete anywhere in the world.

” Academically, the school is not doing bad; we are a shinning example to other schools in the state. What is paramount to the proprietress of the school is qualitative education and not prioritizing profit making above core values that stand the school out. “We don’t think profit, we think value”.

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