The Founder and Director of the I-Help Liberia Project USA has been praised by the President of the Nimba County Community College for his numerous contributions to the growth of the Liberian educational system, especially in the area of science and technology over the years.
Speaking at the launch of the I-Help Liberia Project Liberia Science Bowl Competition, Dr. Yar Donlah Gonway Gono said Mr. Randolph has been a help to the Liberian educational system by spending his own resources, and taken the risk to come to Liberia from the United States, and bringing with him American students just to help Liberia in improving the country educational system.
The NCCC first female President described Mr. Randolph as one of the few Liberians who are committed to seeing the Liberian educational system taken another step towards the improvement of the country’s education, stressing, “Mr. Randolph we the people of Nimba County appreciate you and your students from the United States for coming to our rescue in the area of science and technology,” Dr. Gonway Gono told Mr. Randolph.
In response, Mr. Randolph urged Liberian students to be more serious in the bid to gain quality and sound education, noting, “You guys have to be serious in your education if you want to achieve accolade in your day to day journey during your existence,” he added.
Mr. Randolph has for the past years have been coming to Liberia from the United States with his students from the Hunter College High School to educationally interact with their Liberian counterparts.
Several students and instructional staff of Liberian schools have benefited from his educational drive, a situation which was lauded few years ago by the Liberian leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.