BOMI- Students in DOWEN district, Bomi County, have appealed to President George Weah to help their schools with educational materials as well as with voluntary teachers to be employed at the schools..
Well dressed in their respective uniforms, the students said they were happy to see the president and want him to assist them in their quest for schools in the area.
“We are very happy to see our president here today. It is our first time to see him. We want him to help build library, laboratories and a student center for us, Leela Korboi of Hayes said.. a 4th grade student.
Hawa Dukuly of the same school said” we want him to help us get chairs and toilets.”
Aisha Dagoseh says, “I am happy to see our president. We really want him to help is with our schools. We want our schools to be up to standard.”
Similar appeal was made by Marvee Harris of Jenneh public school who emphasized their predicament, saying” we want our president to see the urgent need to help us. We have volunteer teachers who are not on payroll. We want them to be employed.”
President Weah is on his first leg of his second nationwide tour. He stopped over in Dorwen district where a colorful program was held in his honor.