Nurturing Young Talent: Mrs. Kasali Celebrates Children’s Day with Enthusiasm. reports that Mrs. Ramat Bola Kasali, the Chairperson of the Local Council Development Area (LCDA), has disclosed that children remain the heartbeat of every nation as she inaugurated the Children’s Day event at Lekki High School on Monday, May 27, 2024.

Hon. Engr. Rasak Bamidele Kasali, Lekki LCDA Chairman.

During the Children’s Day event at Lekki High School, Mrs. Ramat Bola Kasali, Chairperson of the Local Council Development Area (LCDA), spoke passionately about the importance of investing in the younger generation. She emphasized the critical role that such celebrations play in recognizing and nurturing the talents of children, thereby shaping a promising future for the community.

Mrs Ramat Kasali

“Children are absolutely the heartbeat of our future, and it’s our joy and duty to nurture their talents and celebrate their achievements. When we invest in their potential today, we build the leaders, innovators, and changemakers of tomorrow. Every accolade they receive and every talent they showcase brings us one step closer to a brighter, more vibrant future for our community,” she stated.

The day was marked by excitement and enthusiasm as various schools participated in a series of entertaining activities, showcasing their talents and competitive spirit. The event culminated with the announcement of winners in different categories, with prizes presented by dignitaries to celebrate the students’ hard work and dedication. In the Primary Schools category, R.C.M. Lepia secured the 3rd position with an impressive performance, while U.P.E. Shiriwon clinched the 2nd position with their engaging display.
R.C.M. Lekki emerged victorious, winning the first position with their exceptional display of skills and talent. Hon. Oluremi Alogba, the Vice Chairman of the Local Council, presented the prize, congratulating the students and teachers for their outstanding efforts.

In the secondary school category, the competition was equally intense. Community Junior High School, Idata/Ilagbo, claimed the 2nd runner-up position, while Community Junior High School, Lekki, came in as the 1st runner-up. The excitement peaked as Community Junior High School, Idotun, was crowned the champion, their captivating performance winning the hearts of the audience. Mrs. Kasali herself presented the award, praising the school’s commitment to excellence.

As the Children’s Day celebration drew to a close, participants, teachers, and dignitaries reflected on a day filled with joy, laughter, and healthy competition. The event served as a testament to the importance of nurturing young talents and celebrating their accomplishments.

The celebration was a resounding success, highlighting the talented students and dedicated teachers within the community. By fostering a sense of healthy competition and supporting young talents, the event has left a lasting impact, inspiring students to reach for the stars and achieve greatness.

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde is a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience germinated in high school, attaining the Press Club presidency. As an iconic field reporter for 3 years, he is a writer, serial volunteer, and community cum youth development champion whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

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