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Gd Gedeh Community College Graduates 91

The Grand Gedeh County Community College (GCCC) over the weekend graduated its 4th batch of students from various departments.
The 91 graduates completed lectures in the colleges of Agriculture, Business, Public Administration, Teacher Education, Public Health, Science and Technology as well as Divinity.
The CBL Executive Governor, J. Aloysius Tarlue, speaking though a proxy as guest speaker called on the country to redirect its resources to the educational sector.
He also wants the county development funds and other monies to be directed towards education across the country so that Liberians are capable to head high level positions.
The Governor also called for more support to teaching staff at all schools in the country; thereby offering two scholarships to the first and second dux of the graduating class.
The GGCCC president, Solomon XY Jallayu, outlined the challenges facing the school emphasizing on the road leading to the college, stable electricity and internet on campus, among many others.
The 4th commencement program brought together various stakeholders from across the country as well as presidents from other colleges; the commissioner on higher education, the county caucus, local leadership, parents, students and well- wishers.
The commissioner on higher education called on the college administration to include Forestry in its study programs as the institution was built on said foundation.
The GGCCC has graduated over 200 students since 2016.

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