Zarwolo Foundation Graduates 25 In Driving

The Zarwolo Foundation in Gbarnga has graduated twenty-five students from its fourth cycle Driving School program in Bong County.

Zarwolo Foundation is a humanitarian Organization established in September 2016 by a Gbarnga Business Man now turned Politician Orando Zarwolo based in Bong County with the aim of providing training for Citizens in the County.

According to the Founder Mr. Orando K. Zarwolo a renounce businessman in Bong County, the school is an initiative that is aimed at addressing some of the challenges facing the area of human resource development specifically vocational skills training in the county.

He said the program is his own way to giving back to the young people of Liberia since seeing the need that the youths need vocational education and to provides an opportunity to the community from what he has earned over the year.

Mr. Zarwolo noted that since the establishment of the program in the county he is the only person who is supporting the program which is catering to recent high school graduate, students, teachers, and private business people that are from 5 of the 13 Administrative Districts of Bong County.

The Zarwolo Foundation Chief Executive Officer Orando Zarwolo clarified that the Foundation establishment is not meant to boost his political ambition as is been perceived by others, but to contribute to the human development of the Country.

He used the opportunity to call on Liberians to help buttress President George Manneh Weah’s Pro Poor Agenda by engaging in positive ventures.

The graduation ceremony which took place over the weekend in Gbarnga was attended by several citizens including County authorities, civil society actors, and security personnel among others.

Serving as keynote speaker, the Administrative Assistant to Bong County Superintendent Mr. Joseph Dormeyan said the career an individual choose has economic benefit and challenges in the society, stating that driving is a unique career because it is involved with human lives.

He added that a driver should expect several challenges and benefits including explosion to the world, make new friends, attractive salaries frustrations amongst others.

For his part, the graduating class President Johnson Youkoi Jr. admonished his colleagues to emulate their examples by making use of the Zarwolo Foundation and other vocational institutions across the Country for the betterment of their own lives.

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