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Seven Liberian students go for advance studies

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Minister Eugene Fahngon
Minister Eugene Fahngon

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The Government of Liberia says the seven students who made successful pass in this year’s WASSSCE Exams are to shortly depart for advance studies in Morocco.

WASSSCE is the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination.

According to Deputy Information Minister, Eugene Fahngon, the students will be studying in different fields in Morocco.

He told MICAT regular press briefing Thursday, August 30, 2018, that the Government through the Ministries of Education and Finance is working out the final details of their travel.

At the same time, 16 Liberian Medical Doctors have left the country for specialized training abroad.

The Liberian Doctors will be spread across various Universities and Teaching Hospitals in Africa.

According to Deputy Minister Fahngon, countries of their destination include South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda and Senegal.

He said:” The specialized training is part of President Weah’s vision of having a health system been driven by Liberian Doctors who are specialists.”


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