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Dr.Moses Zinnah-Liberia is faced with huge skills gap

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Former Agriculture Minister,Dr. Moses Zinnah
Former Agriculture Minister,Dr. Moses Zinnah

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Former Agriculture Minister, Dr. Moses Zinnah, said Liberia is faced with huge skills gap that requires urgent attention by the succeeding government.

Dr. Zinnah said:” The next government must develop the human capacity of its citizens and tread on the gains made by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.”

He challenged the incoming administration to build more Technical and Vocation Training Institutions around the Country for young people.

Dr. Moses Zinnah, also the Dean of the College of Agriculture and Forestry at the University of Liberia, said Liberia is currently faced with complex national situations that need to be addressed.

Dr. Zinnah was speaking on Saturday, December 25, 2017, at a one day exhibition of products at the Better Tomorrow Home Arts and Cosmetology School in Soul Clinic Community, Paynesville.

Also speaking, Madam Norah-Crusoe Flaboe, proprietress of the school, said her institution is the only skill training institution in the Community.

Mrs. Flaboe said more than fifty young females are currently enrolled at the school and are being taught in various disciplines, including hairdressing and catering, among others.


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