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Margibi Official Warns Students Against Corruption
By Calvin Brooks , LINA
MONROVIA, May 24 (LINA) -The Superintendent of Mboo Statuary District in Margibi County has warned Liberian students against corruption while serving in leadership positions.
Superintendent Marcus Speare observed that corruption is eating not just the fabric of government, but also the Liberian society, including churches, schools and homes, undermining the growth and economic development of the nation.
The official gave the warning Friday at a program marking the induction ceremony of the African Methodist Episcopal University Freshmen Leadership held at the university’s auditorium on Camp Johnson Road in Monrovia.
He emphasized that Liberian students should do away with acts that would destroy their characters and status in society, noting that there are names in the Liberian society when called bring sorrow and tears to the people.
He pointed out that Liberia needs men and women who have integrity and good moral standing to champion the development of the country and its people.
Those inducted were Prince J. Collins, President; Olushola K. Ekunode, Vice President; J. Emmanuel Kpleh, Secretary General; among others.