Capital Science Academy graduates 160
One hundred and sixty students of the Capital Science Academy, Kuje on Saturday, graduated from the school with some outstanding students bagging foreign scholarship awards.
Addressing dignitaries at the event, the chairman of the school’s board of directors, Prof. Zaynab Alkali, assured that the school would continue to maintain its high standards.
She said the good examination results of the students during the year could not have been possible without the concerted efforts of all the stakeholders and thanked them for their support.
Professor Alkali, however, stated that as with any progressing institution, the school has no immunity against challenges, some of which were as old as the school itself but noted that the school strives to overcome such, as it aims for excellence.
She said despite such challenges, the school had succeeded in completing the Capital Science Primary School at BUA Estate, Kado and is scheduled to open in September 2017.
Earlier, the school’s principal Mr. Stephen Robinson urged the graduating students to brazen up for the challenges of life as their graduation was just a stepping stone. Police officers in Wuye have arrested a 33- yearold suspected handbag snatcher.
A locally made pistol, one live cartridge and a female handbag were recovered from him when he was arrested on Sunday.
A statement by the command’s spokesperson, DSP Anjuguri Manza said the suspect, Joseph Okanga of Karmajiji, was a member of a syndicate that allegedly rob victims of their phones, handbags and other valuables at gunpoint.
Manza said the suspect was arrested
From Left: Principal of the Capital Science Academy, Mr. Stephen Robinson, the school’s best graduating student, Chukwuka A. Samuel and the wife of the Principal at the school’s graduation ceremony in Kuje on Saturday