Deputy Speaker Prince Moye Gets Double Honor
Monrovia: The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representative of the 54th National Legislature has received double honor from a Media institution and Students’ group for his immeasurable support to humanity throughout Liberia.
Both the Salala District Students Association in Bong County and the Classic FM owner of the Gibi Agenda Newspaper in Margibi County bestowed separate honors on Deputy Speaker Prince K. Moye as Outstanding Personality of the year and Lawmaker of the year respectively at his capitol building office in Monrovia Wednesday.
“Hon Moye’s honoring tracks back from his invaluable services rendered to citizens across Liberia and from the list of people honored, he has been serving with passion and dedication and our evaluation conducted showed a huge impact outside his district and Bong County”, Mr. Emmanuel Degleh, Station Manager of Magic FM in Margibi County.
For his part, the president of the Salala District Students Association, Mr. Paul Kermee Kerkula praised the Deputy Speaker for his continuous support and commitment in educating more young people in Bong and the country at large.
“Your services are being recognized today by the student community in Bong County which comprises of six (6) districts and we want you to do more”, Mr. Kermee Kerkula noted.
In response, Deputy Speaker Prince Moye lauded the groups for bestowing honors on him and assured them of his continuous support and commitment.
“We want to assure you that we will not be complacent in doing things that improve the lives of our people. We will maintain our partnership with the media while we do our work and also be very supportive”.
He further mentioned that as part of efforts to boost the human resource capacity of young people, up to 3 students are expected to shortly leave Liberia for studies to Ukraine and other parts of the world.
“As we speak currently, we have students in grade school which fees are paid from our person pockets of over 1.8million Liberian Dollars and those in universities amounting to 25,000USD, so we will continue to stand by the student leadership in the County and the student community to ensure that the best is achieved”, House Deputy Speaker Prince K. Moye, Representative, Bong County.