IGP to graduates: Don’t live your lives on autopilot once you graduate; take care of yourself.
Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, has warned graduates against putting their lives on “autopilot” while they wait for opportunities or favors from others after graduation.
He counseled them to use their talents and newly learned skills to go out and make opportunities for themselves.
“You need to take action for yourself; you are in charge of your success. Work for it with every favor you receive, he advised.
At the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) School of Graduate Studies’ graduation ceremony, the IGP made this statement.
In all, 826 students from the University’s various postgraduate degree programs received their diplomas.
They included 129 Master of Arts students, 69 Master of Science students, 602 Master of Business Administration students, and 26 Master of Philosophy students.
Dr. Dampare challenged the graduates to persevere in their goals and have a disciplined mindset.
When they met disappointments in life, he advised them to not give up easily and to view them as a necessary step on the road to success.
“Give your all in all you do, living each day as if it were your last. Spend time and effort every day working to improve yourself, he advised.
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