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NOCAL Boss Raps MCSS Graduates

by News Manager

MONROVIA: The Chief Executive Officer of the National Oil Company of Liberia Atty. Saifuah Mai Gray urged graduates of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) to not be used for protest as the country moves toward crucial national elections next year October.

Speaking during the graduation ceremony for four MCSS schools when she served as a keynote speaker, Atty. Gray advised graduates not to take part in riots designed by people for selfish political gains.
The NOCAL Boss added that it took one day to destroy the mount coffee Hydropower which was the main electricity supply to the country and over twenty years to rebuild it.

She added that it takes a short while to destroy your Country but over a quarter of a decade to return it to status quo.

The NOCAL Boss also promised support for the four Duxs of the various schools at university level, but added that they should get a GPA of 3.2 and the scholarship will be a NOCAL support.

Also speaking at the ceremony, the Superintendent of MCSS, Prof. Isaac Saye- Lakpoh Zawolo, lauded efforts of both the students, parents and the various schools’ administrations for making, “this day grateful.”

He also stated, that very shortly the MCSS will be constructing a new building for the Early Childhood Development program.
He thanked the government for giving full financial support to the MCSS.
The four MCSS schools that held the joint graduation ceremony on Thursday, September 29, 2022, included Pipeline Community School, G. W. Gibson High School, D. Twe High School and the William V.S. Tubman High School.

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