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Shakeel Graduates As Daughters Look On With Pride

By WENDY TERRY - September 17 2018
Shakeel Graduates As Daughters Look On With Pride

On the day of his graduation, Friday July 27th,  his two lovely daughters, the elder, a student at the University of Toronto and the younger, an 11th grader were present and they had happiness and admiration all over their faces. It’s indeed a magnificent set of events when children have an opportunity to participate at their parent’s graduation, when  it is the other way around for the majority of us. The look on Shakeel’s face said it all. 

He was also full of praise for his wife who has supported him through thick and thin, especially in last few months of their lives which had been a testing period while he went back to school at Access  Business College to earn a certificate.

The girls arrived with a beautiful white cake which Shakeel cut with lot of admiration from all the onlookers who were none other than their father’s friends, teachers and well wishers. The girls also spoke very well while congratulating their father and other graduates. His daughters for sure will remember this day for their whole life and cherish it forever.

Sonia, of Access Business College  was all praise for Shakeel and said that he came as a student, behaved as a student and studied as a student. She congratulated him and his family. Her words making worthy hearing for all the students present.

The teachers, Peter, Alia and Chris also congratulated the graduates along with the staff and co-students. 

Shakeel in thanks was truly a symbol of integrity, honesty, humility and reminded everyone of the fact that hardwork pays and quality education is the only way of going from unemployment to employment. 

We congratulate Shakeel on the new position  that he secured for himself  and we also congratulate the employer for hiring a person as efficient and diligent as Shakeel.

Within every person like Shakeel lies an achiever, we only need to find it and make it free to soar. 

Access Business  College  416 510 2739


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