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Clergyman Promises to Support AMEZU

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MONROVIA: A United States based Liberian Clergyman has pledged to galvanize resources in the US to support the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University (AMEZU) in Liberia.

Rev. Solomon M. Muin, who is based in Pennsylvania, USA, is visiting Liberia for the July 26 holiday.

He spoke with the public affairs office of the AME Zion University recently when he paid a courtesy call on the president of AMEZU Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Farecca Johnson, I, at the University’s Benson Street Campus in Monrovia.

Rev. Muin, a childhood friend of Dr Johnson from Banjor, expressed his delight at the appointment of his friend as president of AMEZU.

“Dr. Johnson is my childhood friend and I know him very well. I have no doubt in his ability to transform this university for the better. My friend (Johnson) is a hardworking and kindhearted person and I am proud of his appointment by the Board of Trustees of AMEZU because I know he can do it,” Rev Muin stated.

The Liberian Clergyman assured Dr Johnson that he will do everything within his powers to mobilize resources in the US in support of the AME Zion University.

“I will engage with ‘Hope for Africa,’ a group based in the US that helps African institutions, to ensure that we secure some university books and computers for AMEZU,” Muin assured.

He used the occasion to appeal to the Administration of AMEZU to fast-track the construction of the University’s website to put AMEZU online in real time.

“Now, this website issue is important because when the university is online, it becomes easier for donors to know you as an institution and contact you for support,” he added.

Rev Muin, who holds two master’s degrees in Peacebuilding & Conflict Resolution and Sustainable Development, underscored his desire to support AMEZU and ensure that the University’s ongoing rebranding process becomes a success.

He thanked Dr Johnson for accepting the task to take over the presidency of AMEZU and appealed to the university’s workforce, including the faculty, to support the vision of Dr Johnson in moving the University forward.

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