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Teachers end convention in Lofa

By: Kruah Thompson 

The National Teachers Association of Liberia has ended its 66th National Delegates Convention in Voinjama, Lofa County.

Held under the Theme: “The Transformation of a Nation Depends on Teachers”, the convention brought together eight (8) delegates from each of the fifteen counties of Liberia.

The gathering was graced by the Minister of Education, Prof. D. Ansu Sonii, Deputy Education Minister for Fiscal Affairs, Lofa County Senator Stephen J. Z. Zargo, chairman of the Lofa Legislative Caucus; authorities of Lofa County school system, heads of the Labor Congress of Liberia, and representatives of civil service union, among several others.

NTAL President, Mrs. Mary W. M. Nyumah, told journalists at the opening of the convention that the forum has been organized to focus on several developmental plans of the Association in the next four years.

Mrs Nyumah noted that the four days gathering provided an opportunity for school authorities to voice out the many challenges they are faced with.

She said corps of officials of the Association were to be elected and subsequently inducted into their respective offices to steer the affairs of the Association in the next four (4) years. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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