Weah Reaffirms Confidence In MCSS Boss


By: Mark B. Dumbar

MONROVIA-In fulfillment of his genuine desire to see the educational sector being transformed, the Liberian Leader, President George M. Weah has reaffirmed his confidence in the Superintendent of the Monrovia Consolidated School System, (MCSS) for his giant step taken towards elevating Boswains Junior High School to Senior High Division.

Speaking during the dedication exercise, President Weah thanked and appreciated Superintendent Isaac Saye-Lakpoh Zawolo for his hard work in transforming the educational sector.

The Liberian Leader mentioned that it has been his vision to ensure that public schools need to be upgraded to meet the academic needs of students across the country.

President Weah urged Members of the Monrovia Consolidated School System and the student community to give the Superintendent his glory for work well done in constructing a new building for the Boatswain Public School students.

“The children of Liberia do not have to suffer to get the rightful education they desire.  “My leadership will continue to ensure that the Educational Sector of Liberia is given the necessary help to bring them to a level that every child of Liberia is educated so, that they can be future leaders, he added.

The Liberian Chief Executive thanked and appreciated parents that honored the invitation of the Monrovia Consolidated School System to see the new development of the Boatswain Public School.

“As I said, I came home to help my people and I’m doing what I came home for,” he said.

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