The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Grand Kru County District # 2 Lawmaker, Cllr. Jonathan Fonati Koffa has publicly praised Representative, and Deputy Speaker Fonate Koffa, has publicly praised the gallantry of members of the Congress For Democratic Change on the Liberation struggle to emancipate younger Liberians from years of political falsehood by old-time politicians.
Deputy Speaker Koffa, speaking at the formal launch and dedication of the CDC-Munah-Tech’s vocational training school, Koffa reminded partisans that the CDC remains the only powerful and young Liberation movement on the African continent that has a grassroots base that cannot be easily distracted or twisted.
The Grand Kru County District No 2, stated that the opening of the CDC Munah-Tech’s vocational training school sets the paste for transforming younger partisans into usable citizens with a career as a sustainable path to a rewarding future
“Gone are the days those politicians only talk and there is no tangible impact on the lives of its partisans or those that believe in their archeology.”
“The unveiling of the CDC Munah-Tech’s vocational training school, in recognition to an outstanding partisan to mode the minds of younger partisans have certainly given us a reason to be pride that this is the place, this is the CDC we wanted.” Speaker Fonate Koffa stated.
For his part, CDC National Chairman, Mulbah K. Mulu, lauded CDC founding father and Standard-bearer H.E. George M. Weah for the wisdom, leadership & support that drove the people-centered project to a remarkable completion.
Chairman Mulu stated that the facility will enroll about 1,500 young partisans into vocational skills such as carpentry, masonry, electricity, housing keeping, and interior decoration, including computer science, among others.
Mulu called on partisans to begin making new marks in their various communities by taking advantage of the CDC-Munah-Tech’s vocational training school and disclosed that plans are underway to erect similar vocational training schools across the country to build the human resource capacity of young CDC partisans and supporters.
He lavished praises on H.E. Iqbal Jhazbhay, Ambassador of South Africa accredited to Liberia, Deputy House Speaker, Hon. J. Fonati Koffa & Hon. Thomas P. Fallah, Deputy Speaker & Chairman/Ways & Means, House of Representatives, including Hon. Jefferson T. Koijee, Mayor of the City of Monrovia, for being in attendance.