6,000 Nigerian Teachers Needed for Liberian Education Sector

Liberia President George Weah has asked Nigeria to provide his country with 6,000 teachers as part of the technical assistance agreement between the two countries. He said his country "had inherited many problems that could only be tackled with the help of countries like Nigeria".



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