8 February 2013

Liberia: BIN Rallies University Students To Join Forces

The Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization (BIN) Cllr. Abla G. William is calling on university students to join the security sector, so as to help protect and defend the territory of Liberia.

Speaking in Monrovia yesterday when she was gowned and certificated by a group of students under the banner of African Methodist Episcopal Zion University (AMEZU) Concerned Students, Commissioner William said Liberia security sector is in dire need of manpower, especially university graduates.

Assuring them that there are better incentives for their status or level of education, Commissioner William dispelled rumors that the security sector is a place for failed and useless people in society.

She maintained that the sector is a place of discipline, honesty and hard work. She expressed joy and heartfelt gratitude to the students for bestowing upon her the honor.

Expressing appreciation to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for affording her an opportunity to serve Liberia, Commissioner William dedicated the award to all BIN staff and the country's security sector at large.

The BIN boss attributed the honor to hard work, diligence and discipline on the part of her lieutenants.

Giving an overview of the occasion, Mr. Daniel O. Sando indicated that the Concerned Students resolved to honor Commission on accounts of her astute leadership role played at the BIN.

Mr. Sando recounted William's effort towards the training of 60 BIN fraud detection officers at various entry points and the introduction of a digital data entry system at the bureau as a few reasons among others for the honor.

Several AMEZ students and as well as officials of the Bureau attended the colorful ceremony held in Monrovia yesterday.

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