LIBERIA: Cllr. Kuku Y. Dorbor Challenges Parents to Invest in Liberia’s Future Generation

L/R: Honorees from various classes and Cllr. Kuku Y. Dorbor

On Tuesday, March 14, 2023, The Salvation Army William Booth Primary School Compound was the scene of jubilations from parents, guardians, Teachers and Students during a well-organized program by the Administration of the school for students who exceptionally performed during the first semester of academic year 2022/2023.

Serving as Keynote speaker for the honoring program, Cllr. Kuku Youngor Dorbor cautioned parents to always try their best in sponsoring their children in schools with high morals value if they are to be productive citizens in Liberia.

According to Cllr. Dorbor, Liberia is currently facing serious moral problems because some of those people who are in leadership of high positions didn’t attend school with high moral standards.

Speaking further, the then District #6 of Montserrado County Representative in 2006 during former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf regime, disclosed that when people who are lack of morals are placed in various positions of trust in a country, such country will surely experience what Liberia is now going through as it relates to the suffering of the masses.

She used the occasion to appreciate parents who despite the current economic situations are doing everything possible to send their children to school like the Salvation Army School system, stressing that the Salvation Army is one of the most respected Christian institutions operating in Liberia and providing quality education for many Liberians.

Cllr. Dorbor who is also preparing to contest Montserrado County District #3 seat at the House Representatives comes October 2023 also urged citizens of voting age to go and register starting March 20 to April 2023, if they are to be part of the decision making process this 2023. She also pledged the Dorbor Foundation legal support to women of district number three in Montserrado County.

Below are the honorees who received Mid-Year Promotions: ABC to K-I: Comfort Akoi….93%, Coverage Obay….91.1% and Jeremiah Harris. 90.2%

K-I To K-II:  J. Perry Thompson Jr. … 96%, Chinesegirl Grayon.95% and Chris Nyancie-94%. K-II to Grade 1: Willaim A. Fahnbulleh …92.2% and Fredrick Seton….90%. Gr.1To Gr.2: Yanetta Kolleh…92.2% and Haniel C. M Kumeh….91%; Gr. 2 To Gr.3: Prosper D. Loyah….95.6 and David E. Roger…92.6%; Gr. 3. To Gr.4: Favor T. Morris.93.3, Hawa S. Saaleh…92.1% and Christiana Richards…91.3%. Gr.4 To Gr.5:  P. Agnes K. Fallah…90.6% and Layee M. Bamba…90.5% while David M. Dukuly received promotion from grade five to grade six with the average of 91.0%. Over twenty-two students went honor roll with high averages.

Speaking earlier, the Vice Principal of the Salvation Army William Booth Primary Mr. Samuel B. Diggs disclosed that the program normally held by the elementary Division is intended to bring back value and academic competition in the school.

According Mr. Diggs, when students are appreciated for their level of hard academic work they are moved to go the extra miles in their areas of studies.

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