“Hard work, Obedience, Honesty, Respect are the vital weapons of greatness in life, without which the world is empty and fruitless”.

These are the words of the Primate of all Nigeria, the Most Rev Nicholas D. Okoh to the graduating students of the Anglican Girls Grammar School at the year 2018 graduation / Awards ceremony held at the Gudu site of the school.

The Primate who was represented by the Education Secretary of the School the Venerable Syrenius Okoriko urged the graduating students to go into the world and be good ambassadors of the school, families the nation and navigate the world in excellent pursuits.

He admonished them to maintain the successes recorded because according to him it is another celebration of success although the country is in retrogression economically and politically.

He commended the commitment of the Principal, the entire staff teaching and non-teaching of the school adding that their labour will not be in vain. He thanked the parents for their unalloyed support to the Anglican Institution.

The Primate cautioned and challenged the students to be upright, take long strides to make something good of this evil naked, brutal raw world.

The principal of the school Mrs. Estelle Ozigbo in her welcome speech said the Anglican Girls Grammar School Abuja is committed to excellence and service to the students in academics and character, no wonder then that the school is always recording excellent results. She said the school is blessed with talented and committed students who are making waves in educational pursuits and the school is proud of them. She poured encomiums on the Primate, the entire staff for their, commitment and zeal for excellence to make the students world class citizens. She gave profuse thanks to all who graced and contributed to 2018 graduation awards ceremony.

The Chairman of the Occasion Engr. Okorie in his address described Anglican Girls Grammar School as a reputable centre of educational excellence made possible by the sacrifices of teachers. He reminded the parents that after now the work on the graduating students is just starting. Mr. Okorie challenged the students to embark on disciplines that will make them stand out, be special and make the difference. He addressed the alumnus of the school to plough back to the society their alma mater, AGGS through the skills they have acquired for life to be meaningful.