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GOL Dedicates Re-Constructed William Booth Junior and Senior High School.

DMB-MFDPMonrovia, Liberia - The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning on May 28, 2015 dedicated the newly re-constructed Building of Salvation Army’s William Booth Junior & senior High school that gutted fire on March 4th 2015.
Dedicating the re-constructed Building, Mrs. Tanneh Brunson, Deputy Minister for Budget and Development Planning at the ceremony said the reopening of the new building will serve as a firm reminder to the perpetrators that the future of Liberian children will not continue to be compromised.
‘’To you our future leaders, we have a responsibility to protect you and ensure that you have a bright future and as a Government, we will continue to seek your interest’’.
She call on the Ministry of Justice, National Fire Service and the Liberia National Police to expeditiously complete their investigation so that the culprits are apprehended and brought to justice
She informed the students that the government will continue to seek their interest as students, ‘they also have the responsibility to protect their beloved William Booth by reporting any suspicious activity to your school’s authorities.
The Budget Expert called on the administration and teachers of William Booth to continue molding the minds of Liberia future leaders. She reminded teachers that their field chosen is a noble profession because the future of Liberia rests on their shoulders.
‘’You have the full responsibility to improve and provide activities to help all students achieve academic, sporting, cultural and a life-long learning’’. She added.
Minister Brunson also commended her colleagues from the Ministries of Public Works, Education, Finance and Development Planning and the Salvation Army family for their role play in getting the initiative by government to renovate the damage school.
In a brief remark, the Salvation Army General Secretary, Major Samuel Amponsah extended his inner gratitude to the government of Liberia for its rapid intervention to solve what he called the unexpected distraction that reduced the classrooms to warehouse, library computer lab etc. Stressing, ‘’what has been done for us will forever be remembered by the William Booth Family. We are grateful to the Government of Liberia.’’
The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning presented a check of one hundred forty thousand, one hundred and fifty-five United States dollars (140,155), to the administration and officer in-Charge of the Salvation Army’s William Booth Junior & Senior High School in March in order to rebuild the burn building.
The program was attended by Authorities of the Ministries of Finance and Development Planning, Education, Students and Faculty of William Booth Junior and Senior High School.        




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