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‘Quality Education An Important Investment’- LCSU Chairman
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‘Quality Education An Important Investment’- LCSU Chairman

By Korboi K. Gbelewala, LINA Lofa County Correspondent

VOINJAMA, June 17 (LINA) - The chairman of the Lofa County Student Union says improving the quality of education is the best investment any county and nation can make, as economies thrive on their human resources.

Alphanso Kpehe said Lofians could reach their full potential only when their human resource base is equipped through the acquisition of quality education.

Kpehe, who is also a government school teacher assigned in the county, said as pacesetters of primary and secondary education in Lofa, teachers are under obligation to ensure that they apply the expertise and knowledge to make the educational sector a vibrant one.

The LCSU Chairman made the statement in Voinjama recently during a football match played between students of the Engineering and Agriculture Departments of the Lofa County Community College (LCCC), as part of the institution’s social interaction plan.

Kpehe noted that educated Lofians must acknowledge that the challenges facing the educational sector of the county cannot be resolved in isolation, adding, “This is the reason for which the Lofa County Students Union remains highly critical of the learning environment in the county.”


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