Six pieces of DELL Computers and printers were on Thursday, presented to the Cuttington Graduate School in Congo Town, outside Monrovia by the National Oil Company of Liberia or NOCAL.
Making the presentation on behalf of the authority of NOCAL at the Cuttington Graduate School, the Senior Social Corporate officer, Faith David informed the school’s administration that the denotation was in response to a request by the school.
According to Ms. David, it was also a manifestation of NOCAL’s interest in education, expressing the hope that with the company’s current relationship with Cuttington, more could done in the future to cement such relations.
Receiving the computers on behalf of the Vice President for the Cuttington Graduate program, Dr. Fredrick Gbegbe, the acting Vice President, Prof. Roosevelt Jayjay expressed gratitude to the NOCAL Board and Management for what he referred to as such a meaningful contribution.
Prof. Jayjay recounted the difficulties Cuttington University was undergoing in gathering resources for the sustenance of the institution. He said at the moment, Cuttington was going through a rigorous exercise to ensure the improvement in various areas of studies, especially in the sciences.
Prof. Jayjay indicated that he was currently sure that NOCAL’s donation amid its uphill tasks will begin to impact the Liberian education system, noting that the Cuttington Graduate School looks forward to more collaboration with the company in enhancing education in the country.