Liberia’s Vice President Chief Dr. Jawel Harward Taylor Tuesday donated 43. 4 acres of land deed to the Board of Directors of the Agents of Change for the construction of the Bai T. Moore Rehabilitation Center in Bomi County.
Vice President Taylor said her action that led to donating the land deed to the institution, was based on the improvement they are making to transform those less fortunate Liberian that are normally called Zogoes.
“I saw some of their production which shows that they are ready for change” She said.
“Those less fortunate Liberians are part of society and there is no way we can distance ourselves from them, all we have to do is to help transform their lives” Veep Taylor maintain.
Receiving the donation Tuesday the Chairman of the Board of Directors Mr. Gentry Taylor commanded Vice President Jawel Harward Taylor and assured her of constructing a modern facility to rehabilite those less fortunate Liberian.
“Our dream is to transform those less fortunate Liberians that are usually called Zogoes to peaceful and useful people in our society” Mr. Taylor disclosed.
Mr. Gentry Taylor revealed that they intend to start the construction work very soon in Bomi and the institution will bename in under of the late Bai T. Moore.
Ex Speaker Tyler made L$ 735,000,00 payment for scholarship students in Bomi County
Former House Speaker of the 52 and 53rd National Legislature, Wednesday made the payment of Seven hundred and thirty five thousand Liberian dollars to the Bomi Community College administration and LICOSESS teachers training institution for his scholarship students attending the institution in Tubmanburg, Bomi County.
According to Former Speaker Tyler, it is his own way of buttressing the effort of government in allowing students getting back to school.
Tyler said he currently supporting one hundred and Sixty students from the Bomi Community College and the LICOSESS teachers training institution that are on Scholarships in the County.
Accepting the students tuition fees, Bomi County Community College President Dr. Mulbah Gray commanded former Speaker Tyler for living by his commitment to ensure that the future generations gets a better education.
The BCC President disclosed that the Former House Speaker is the highest scholarship owner at the college.
Also speaking, the the Coordinator of LICOSESS teachers training institution lauded Tyler for help to support train teachers in the County to ensure that the shortage of teachers can not be a problem in the Bomi County School system.
By Shadrach D. Brown, Liberia