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LIPA Postpones Graduations Due To Covid …Reschedules Opening Of Next Training Cycle

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) has postponed all of its pending graduation programs.
The ceremonies were scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, June 25, 2021 in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County and June 26, 2021 in Monrovia respectively.
Making the announcement during a press conference in the offices of Prof Alexander Yonly, the LIPA Director General said the decision is in strict adherence to the government’s mandate in the fight against Covid-19.
Director Yonly has cautioned Liberians to take the fight against Covid-19 seriously and called on them to observe all health protocols laid out by the Ministry of Health while also commending the President for providing leadership during this time when the nation is fighting a deadly virus.
The Deputy Director for Training and Man Power Development, Amara Kamara, also join in buttressing the Director General by urging Liberians to take seriously the fight against the deadly virus and follow all health protocols.
Meanwhile, he said the opening of the next training cycle which is scheduled for July, 2021 has been deferred to another date and that will be made known to the public soon stressing, “We have deferred opening of the next cycle in July to a date that will be made known soon..”
“We are having discussions as to whether some courses should be done online using our online platform, but the registration process will continue with all health protocols in observance,” Kamara assured.

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