Lofa Youths Urged To Utilize Community College
By Korboi Gbelewala, Lofa County Correspondent
VOINJAMA, Feb 7 (LINA) -The President of the Lofa County Community College (LCCC), Dr. James Kollie, has urged youths of the county to take advantage of the college to prepare themselves for future leadership roles.
Addressing a cross-section of Lukasu citizens in lower Lukasu clan in Kolahun District, Lofa County early this week, Dr. Kollie reminded the youths about the challenges ahead and urged them to take their academic activities seriously.
According to the Liberia News Agency, the LCCC President pointed out that the opportunity afforded the youth of the county by government was lacking in some other counties and therefore, urged them to make maximum use of the opportunity.
Dr. Kollie also advised the youth to do away with negative criticisms and engage in meaningful ventures that will help improve their lives.
The Lofa County Community College was opened by the Liberian Government in 2013 to offer associate degrees.
It currently has an enrollment over 900 students studying various disciplines, including General Agriculture, Nursing, Accounting and Management.