Lonestar Cell MTN Lyric Club has observed its one year in existence with series of activities. The management of Lonestar Cell MTN along with university students in Liberia, last year launched a Leadership, Integrity, Relationship, Innovation and Can-Do (LIRIC) club, aimed at improving the thoughts and attitudes of college students to enable them exhibit right behaviors and characters.
The club co-name Can-Do was launched Friday, October 12, 2012 at the Monrovia City Hall. Students from various universities and colleges gathered the weekend at the St. Clement University College in Paynesville to observe the first anniversary of the LIRIC Club.
The event was characterized by football and kickball games among universities here. Serving as keynote speaker, Transport Minister Eugene Nagbe, encouraged students to take the challenge and believe in leadership when they (students) ever take public office.
Minister Nagbe told students to always believe in themselves as they take responsibility to lead, while encouraging them to have integrity. He said Liberia depends on its youths, most of whom are university students, pursuing professional disciplines. Min. Nagbe wants young people to respect those in authority, adding that the future of Liberia mainly depends on university students.
The Learning and Development Manager of Lonestar Cell MTN, Christopher Hansford, promised the GSM giant’s continuous support to the LIRIC Club, adding, “Students have always been in support of one another providing ideas and sharing leadership skills.”