Ladi took to Instagram to share a photo of himself from the recently-held dinner of his campus and talked about his time as the Vice President of Iperu. He sure had a lot to say;
My time as Vice President has come to an end after nine months, three weeks and three days. It has been the most challenging, exhilarating and utterly satisfying past few months and I have enjoyed every bit of it. Well, almost every bit of it. As the curtains fall on my performance, I'm reminded of something Winston Churchill said, If you have a point to make, don't try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time–a tremendous whack. During my time in office, I have stood strong on the affecting power of self-sufficiency, self-believe and autonomy. Sadly, while these rights are self-evident, they have not been self-executing. For many years, we have been lodged in a vicious loop of frustration and repeat, when I look back now at the template I sought to establish at the start of my tenure, it is with no regrets. Though the thorns grew thick, we have overcome our inhibitions to establish a blueprint that you, the people, who have all the power and all the authority, can choose to reject or proudly brandish as the beacon of hope, and belief and wonder. My fellow citizens, I have given it my all. I have given it, a tremendous whack. I am pleading with you to hold firm to your faith and respect the sacrifices of those who battled the deadliest elements to erect a dream, a goal, an idea. It has been the honour of my life to serve you. Thank you. God bless you and may God continue to bless this great campus.