Minister Sonii Wants Liberians To Re-elect President Weah


MONROVIA-Liberia’s Minister of Education, Professor D. Ansu Soni has called on all Liberians to re-elect President George M. Weah in the upcoming October 10 Legislative and Presidential Elections.

Minister Soni said there’s no need for the people of Liberia to change the leadership of President Weah saying, “Because they are witnesses of those tangible developments under the leadership of President Weah”.

Speaking recently during a joint press conference with the Minister of Health at the Ministry of Education, the Liberian Educator elaborated that a good boss with a driver who drives well will not want to change such decent driver as President Weah is leading the country.

According to Minister Soni, within the first term of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government, there are a lot of achievements in the educational sector with more plans to improve the sector.

He named the renovation of multilateral high schools and the building of additional ones within the rural areas, the provision of free tuition at all Public Universities and Colleges across the Country, and the payment of the West African Examination fees among others.

Minister Soni however did not reject the facts that there have been some challenges in administering the affairs of the State by President George M. Weah.

He admitted that there were challenges on the part of the government to meet up with some of the social and economic and other social needs of Liberians.

Minister Soni clearly states that the government, under the leadership of President M. Weah was able to provide basic social services and quality education to the young people of Liberia.

He said, under the CDC-led government, money young people have graduated from various universities both locally and internationally on the Liberian government scholarship.

The Liberia Education Boss further noted that because of the fullest support from President Weah, the educational sector now has more high schools and an improved higher passage rate of students in the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).

He then called on the young people to work collectively with those who are fully supporting the re-election of President George for the overall transformative growth of the country.

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  1. Martin Clarence says

    Hahaha, politics and strange bedfellows. Someone please wake up the learned professor, cause I think he’s still asleep. He needs to wake up. The professor drinks coffee or tea, and George Weah drinks weed soup.

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