As I-Help Liberia Project Continue Its Science Bowl Competition In Rural Liberia, Participating Students Urged To Be Studious In Their Leaning Process

The founder and Director of I-Help Liberia USA, Mr. Asumana Jabateh Randolph has urged Liberian students to pay more attention in their science studies if they want to be successful in their bid for sound education.

Mr. Randolph was speaking today to several students from various high schools in Gnata, Nimba County  at the Ganta Public School during the launch of the Liberia Science Bowl Competition where over ten schools are participating to win a trophy.

Students many of whom came to the competition on board   pickups, motorbikes and walked to the competition grounds saw many of them in high spirit for the competition.

Giving the importance of the competition, Mr. Randolph urged the students that the main objective of the competition is to help expose their talents in science and technology.

For his part, the District Education Officer of the area, Mr. J. Lynon Martor thanked Mr. Randolph and his I-Help Liberia Project team for their role in molding the minds of Liberian students.

Speaking also was the Chief Education Officer (CEO) of Nimba County, Mr. J. Lynon Martor  who expressed thanks and appreciation to the I-Help Liberia Project USA for coming to Liberia to help in molding the minds of Liberian students especially in the areas of science and technology.

The launch of the Liberia Science Bowl Competition was well attended by students in high gear to win the trophy at the end of the entire competition.

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