27 May 2014

Liberia: Gbondoi Youth Vows to Begin Renovation of Dilapidated School

A youth association has announced that it will soon begin renovation of a public school in Gbondio Town, lower Montserrado County to cater for youth of school going age in that part of the county.

A Two-man delegation of the Gbondoi Youth Association (GYA) visited the office of the FrontPage Newspaper yesterday after reading an article in the May 26, 2014 edition of yesterday paper highlighting the deplorable condition of the Gbondoi Public School and expressed that renovation of the school will begin soon.

Speaking for the delegation, the president of (GYA) Mr. Lamin L. Sarnor, Jr., stated that renovating the school is a priority of (GYA), disclosing that a little under ($3,000.00 USD) is needed for the complete upliftment of the infrastructure.

Mr. Sarnor revealed that vigorous campaign is underway to generate funds. He said GYA has written several prominent persons in whose honor classrooms will be named upon their support of the project. The Gbondoi Public School was first constructed in the 1980s as a self help project by the citizens of Gbondoi and office of the superintendent of Montserrado County.

It has twice been renovated and extended by Mr. George Haddah and the Government of Liberia. The school currently runs from Nursery to Seven (7th Grade.

It has a total students population of about two hundred (200). Mr. Sarnor stated that (GYA) plans to complete the renovation of the school latest December 2014. He is appealing to leading citizens and the general public to support this worthy project.

He indicated that the commissioner of the Township of Virginia Hon. Musu Marshall and member of the house of representative, Hon. William V. Dakel has already expressed support for the project. The other member of the delegation was Mr. Varfee Siryon Secretary of the (GYA).

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