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LCCC Badges And Caps 118 Nursing Students In LOfa County
By Korboi K. Gbelewala, LINA Lofa County Correspondent
VOINJAMA, April 26 (LINA)-The Lofa County Community College (LCCC) has for the first time since its existence as a college, badged and capped students of its Health Sciences Department.
The 118 students were badged and capped on Saturday, April 25 in the auditorium of the LCCC in the provincial capital Voinjama.
Delivering the keynote address at the program on behalf of Lofa County Superintendent George Dunor, Mr. Patrick K. Majoe congratulated the students for their impressive performance.
Mr. Majoe who is Chief of Office Staff in the office of the Lofa County Superintendent expressed profound gratitude to the administration and staff of the Lofa County Community College (LCCC) for the program which he described as “unique.”
Mr. Majoe who spoke on the theme, “With Hope and Trust in God All Things are Possible”, encouraged the students to focus on their lessons, noting that the future of Lofa County depends on professional people.
Mr. Majoe urged parents and guardians to invest in their children’s education, adding that it was the only way Lofa County will be developed.
Speaking earlier on behalf of the Lofa County Health Team, the head of Lofa County Community Promoter for Health Services Department, Prince Sesay, thanked the administration and staff of the College for the capping and badging program, and urged health and health related institutions to provide jobs for the young professional nurses upon graduation.