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FTI Boss Nudges Bomi Students To Seize Training Opportunity
By David Pamas Seedee, LINA Bomi County Correspondent
TUBMANBURG, April 7 (LINA) – An official of the Forestry Training Institute (FTI) in Tubmanburg, Bomi County has urged high school graduates to take advantage of the opportunity provided by the FTI to achieve higher education that will secure future job opportunities for them.
FTI Executive Director Jeremiah Karmo told the students that it was in their best interest to take maximum advantage of the “golden opportunity” at the institution in Tubmanburg.
Director Karmo said it is important for high schools graduates in Bomi and nearby counties to engage in achieving higher education to play significant roles in their country and the world at-large.
He told reporters on Tuesday that majority of the students attending the institution are those from outside Bomi County.
Karmo said there is a huge forest in West Africa including Liberia that needs trained men and women to make use of it.
He noted that people close to the institution's facilities, especially the people of Bomi, are not utilizing the facilities when the services are almost free of charge.