The Informer (Monrovia)

23 January 2013

Liberia: Gada Boss Committed to Producing Qualified Drivers

The Executive Director of General Automobile Driving Academy (GADA), Jeremiah Davies, has expressed his institutions commitment in producing more qualified drivers throughout the country.

The GADA Executive Director made the disclosure recently when his institution was awarded Certificate of Recognition as the outstanding driving school of the year 2012 by a pro-democracy group, the Progressive Alliance Movement of Liberia.

For his part, the administrator of GADA, Ernest Zarkpa, noted that reputable institutions including diplomatic missions have always commended products from the school for their efficiency and professionalism.

Presenting the certificate earlier, the local pro-democracy organization headed by its National Chairman, Mr. K. Mamadee Keita, said the school has over the years offered a high level of professional, technical and mechanical driving education to several Liberians now serving in the public and private sectors with distinctions.

Mr. Keita said the services of the academy which are in line with internationally accepted standards are being decentralized to benefit other citizens in the leeward counties.

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