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Liberia needs capable learning institutions Protempore Findley

By Moses Wenyou
Senate Protempore, Gbehzohngar Findley
Senate Protempore, Gbehzohngar Findley

( Protempore, Gbehzohngar Findley, says Liberia needs learning institutions capable of preparing the young people to take over the future leadership of the country.

Protempore Findley said: “To be successful students, discipline remains a key element in driving a productive future.”

He challenged Liberian students to always exhibit the virtues instilled in them by their instructors.

Senator Findley made the remarks over the week-end in Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County when he dined along with graduates of the St. Peter Claver High School.

St. Peter Claver High School is one of the learning institutions in the county that set 100% record in the 2012/2013 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exams.

“The gesture was part of efforts to encourage academic excellence in public tests in Grand Bassa County,” the Senate Protempore added.

He then awarded scholarships to two of the students for passing the University of Liberia entrance exams.

The beneficiaries include students Eleazar Nylander and Samellia Hogges. Student Eleazar Nylander spoke on behalf of his colleagues at the sumptuous dinner.

He thanked the Pro-Tempore for his continued support and encouragement to education in the county.


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