10 January 2013

Liberia: Maryland Rep. Pays WAEC Fees for 70 Students

Maryland County District#3 Representative, Isaac Roland has paid WAEC exams fees for 70 students in his district.

Representative Roland said students who are under privileged are his priority as such, he decided to reach out to them.

The Maryland County lawmaker also presented L$30,000 to the Principal of Gbon Public School, Mr. Amos Boley for teachers who are not on government's payroll.

He said teachers are key to the educational growth of the country and as such, there is a need for them to be empowered.

The lawmaker said he attaches importance to the educational needs of the less fortunate in his district and promised to always identify with them.

Speaking further, Representative Roland also disclosed plans to construct a teacher quarter in Gbon, Maryland County.

He said his assistance to the teachers and students followed request they made to him.

Representative Roland said the donation to the teachers and students was in line with his personal commitment to empower his people and to see a new breed of generation that will make a positive impact.

For her part, the wife of Representative Roland, Madam Musu Roland presented L$7,000 to the women of Gbon for their support to the election of her husband.

She also promised to give the women 75 plastic chairs for the church at the end of February.

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