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CEO Highlights MOE’s Plan In Bomi County
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CEO Highlights MOE’s Plan In Bomi County

By David Pamas Seedee, Bomi County Correspondent

TUBMANBURG, October 9 (LINA) - Bomi County Education Officer (CEO) Seo Davis has disclosed that the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) major priority is to ensure that all the administrative districts of the county have up to standard high schools.

CEO Davis said it is important to equip the districts with up to standard high schools to ensure that students in the county have access to quality high school education.

Speaking to the press recently in the capital Tubmanburg, CEO Davis said it is in this direction that the MOE has renovated the Gertrude Yancy School in Klay Town, Klay District, Bomi County and elevated it to high school level.

According to CEO Davis, the MOE has started the distribution of chairs to public schools across the county. He added that the chairs are being distributed according to the enrollments of schools.

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