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Former Pro-Temp calls for job creation

Former President Pro-Tempore of the Liberian Senate Gbehzohngar Milton Findley says it is about time that the older generation creates an opportunity for the younger generation to begin exploring the job market.

Former Senator Findley said for too long the younger generation has been left with decades of academics and lack of workable experience, making it difficult for them to enter the job market. He noted that It was about time that the opportunity is accorded them to become the next top politicians, social scientists, economists, agriculturists, journalists, engineers, bankers, lawyers, doctors, etc.

Serving at the 26th Commencement Convocation of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University Tuesday in Po River, Bomi County, the Liberia Airport Authority Board Chairman noted that it was regrettable that after two decades of civil conflict, striving young, graduates must have 5 -10 years of working experience before getting a job opportunity.

He commended the 2016 graduates of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University for their studiousness and hard work in achieving such academic milestones. “you have achieved one of your goals by attainting your Bachelor Degree; as you leave here today and moving into the communities and society to work, use your disciplines with integrity to improve the lives of people in our communities, society and the nation,” he admonished the graduates.

He also applauded the AMEZU for the level of academic excellence they provided to the nation for the period of 30 years.’ “Your institution, Bishop, has trained some of the best in Liberia who have contributed and continue to contribute to development in the areas of economic, social, political progress of our beloved country,” he hailed the AMEZ Administration.


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