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Govt Equips Public Schools With Arm Chairs

In fulfillment of President George Manneh Weah’s pronouncement to the Ministry of Education for the procurement of 100,000 pieces of arm chairs for public schools, the Ministry of Education has procured and commenced the distribution of locally produced arm chairs beginning with Montserrado County and its environs.
On Friday, October 8, 2021, the Minister of Education, D. Ansu Sonii, Sr. lauded the President for his farsightedness and compassion for the upcoming generation to have sustained and transformed education for the growth and development of the country.
The Minister appreciated the Ministry of Finance & Development Planning for swiftly providing the funding for the procurement of said arm chairs that were produced through local manufacturers for the empowerment of Liberian businesses.
The Ministry has commenced the distribution of 24,000 arm chairs at Voker Mission High School as part of the 100,000 arm chairs.
The procurement of arm chairs for Public schools throughout the country is to have comfortable and suitable seating capacity for conducive learning environment.
The Minister stressed that those chairs should be maintained and managed properly by school administrators and Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) as well as all education stakeholders to avoid the shortage of chairs due to damages in public schools.
”This initiative should be embraced by community dwellers as well as the student bodies. The balance number of arm chairs will soon be delivered to the Ministry as soon as finalization of the procurement processes has been completed,” the Ministry assured.

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