Liberia Central Bank Governor wants education system fixed

Dr. Jones wants educational system fixed

The Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, or CBL Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, has urged the Government here to tackle the vices that are undermining quality education in post-war Liberia or else the country will not be successful.

Governor Jones emphasized that Liberia will be successful only if it has an educational system capable of producing individuals with the requisite skills to make the nation’s economy competitive in an incubated world.

The Executive Governor made these statements when he served as guest speaker at a souvenir program marking the induction of officers-elect of the United Methodist University Student Council (UMUSC). The occasion was held on Friday, 31 January 2014 in the UMU Auditorium on Ashmun Street, Monrovia.

Those inducted are: Kate Love Manford, Adolphus Z. Dahn, K. Garpue Glnabor and Jewel E. Scott, president, vice president, secretary-general and financial secretary, respectively of the senior class.

Others are: Jallah K. Wright, Jerome S. Wollor, Adam W. Nyanti and Jowetta R. Scott as president, vice president, secretary-general and financial secretary respectively of the junior class.

The rest are: Jah Wolobah Beyan and Alex Wuo, president and vice president of the sophomore class; and Mustapha Z. Sherman and Isaac Muapoh, president and vice president, […]

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