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Rev. Aloysius Kpadeh wants Liberians uphold morality

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  One of Liberia's 2017  Presidential Candidate, Rev. Aloysius  William Kpadeh.
One of Liberia's 2017 Presidential Candidate, Rev. Aloysius William Kpadeh.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - A former Presidential Candidate in the 2017 Elections has underscored the need that morality be added to learning institutions for academic achievements. 

Rev. Aloysius  William Kpadeh said: “The acquisition of knowledge without regards to rights and wrongs causes people to engage in unjust activities”.

He called on parents and learning institutions in Liberia to ensure that morality is upheld by all for the betterment of the nation.

According to Rev. Kpedeh the lack of societal ethnics in any nation provides rooms for commotion.

The Liberian Prelate, also urged parents to desist from imposing careers on their children.

He made the remark recently when he serve as Keynote Speaker at the 16th Graduation exercise of the Christian Interdenominational Assembly (CHRIDA) Faith Foundation Academy in Gomoa, Ghana.
 

 


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