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Newly appointed Assistant Superintendent for fiscal affairs for Nimba County Saye E.L. Musa is named here as one of the best Liberian humanitarians for his many contributions to the student community, and the country at large.

Presenting Mr. Musa an award on Friday, March 30, 2018, in Sinkor, Monrovia, the National Chairman of the Concerned Student Movement of Liberia, D. Myers Davids said Mr. Musa deserves the award as the most dedicated son of Nimba County for touching lives and serving as a mentor for thousands of young people and students in Liberia, adding, “With high distinction we are glad to present to you this certificate.”

Mr. David continues that after going through a proper vetting process in line with their 4th anniversary celebration, Mr. Saye Musa emerged as the recipient of the group’s award.

“It is because of your advocacy for students while in the private sector got us where we are today, it is against this backdrop that this movement came up with the idea to present to you your flowers while you are alive”, he adds.

In response Assistant Superintendent Musa expresses delight to the students for recognizing his contributions, noting that the award from the student community took him by surprise, as he never thought people were monitoring his activities while serving in the private sector.

For his part, program director for the group Alexander T. Harris explains that the program is held annually, and the Concern Student Movement is a conglomeration of universities from all counties.

“You always braze the storm with students of the county, and with that we see this as a challenge for you to continue your hard work in serving the youth, and the people of Liberia”, Mr. Harris notes.

Superintendent Musa also expresses thanks to President George Weah for giving him the opportunity to serve his country, noting that with the level of experience gathered from the private sector, he would serve in the interest of the county, and the country at large.

“This award brings tears to my eyes, to see young people, who I don’t know taking up their time to honor me, I take that to my heart, and I want to continue my work with young people”, said the honoree.

By Lewis S. Teh-Editing by Jonathan Browne

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