Rep. Kerfiah & Sen. Yallah Donate 38 Bags Of Cement To Nyarta Public School In Bong
In an effort to support the Government of Liberia Pro-Poor Agenda through educational development and contribution to the underprivileged Liberian, two members of the Bong Legislative Caucus has donated 38 bags of cement to Nyarta in electoral District#2, Bong County.
The donation is in response to the numerous public outcries about the deplorable condition of the Nyarta Public School in Jorquelleh District #2, the building which was built by the citizens themselves.
Donating the cement on behalf of Representative Edward Kerfiah and Senator Henry Yallah on June 20, 2019, the Political Affairs Officer in the offices of Bong County Electoral District #5 Representative, Lawrence Flomo said the donation was the two lawmakers own way of identifying their citizens in the Town.
The Nyarta Public school is an elementary school which was constructed by the citizens themselves in order for their children to acquire elementary education in the District.
Moreover, the school has only two teachers that are catering to over 200 kids in the school.
Mr. Flomo, who hails from the Town has assured citizens of Nyarta that the two Lawmakers will continue to work with them in making sure that the lives of their children are improved through education.
He, at the same time, used the occasion to call on Liberians, especially parents to take responsibility for their children education.
Mr. Flomo, further said the development of Liberia can only be done when the younger generation are capacitated through education and equipped to contribute to the development of the country.
The Bong County District#5 Political Affairs Officer, further believe that the positive change of the Liberia educational system is a process that requires everyone, most especially young people and parents of the country.
He further noted that the donation of the 38 begs cement will help to reduce some of the challenges faced by the students who are learning under various dreadful building in this 21st century in Liberia.
Taking delivery of the cement on behalf of the school principal Isaac Flomo, expressed joy over the provision of the 38 bags of cement by the lawmakers, with a promise to use the cement for the purpose intended.
They also appealed to Representative Kerfiah and Senator Yallah to continue the initiative, for the overall improvement of Liberia’s struggling educational system in the country.