For Striving To Achieve 100-Day Deliverables -NAPTANOL Congratulates Boakai


The National Parent Teachers Association Network of Liberia(NAPTANOL),has congratulated President Joseph Nyuma Boakai for what it termed as‘ striving to achieve his 100 days deliverables’, which they believed was considered as an urgent and immediate needs of the people as mentioned in his ARREST Agenda.  Making the disclosure over the weekend in Monrovia, the President of the National PTA Network of Liberia, J. Mason Saweler asserted that as a stakeholder in the education sector of the country, their commendation for the President is solely focused on the sector as well as the rule of law.  “As we all are aware, the President’s 100-day deliverables has been one of the major talking points in recent days in our country. We have observed and followed that within the 100-day period, the government through the Ministry of Education have settled the outstanding scholarship arrears for local and foreign students, something that reduced fear and financial burdens from parents including 50% payment of US$3 million debt owed WAEC Liberia and another US$3 million budgeted by the Ministry of Education in FY2024 budget as well as the continuation of the free education policy in all public schools and universities,” he said.  According to him, the President also introduced new learning programs intended to build the capacity of young people in ICT, and they were fortunate to have witnessed the launched of the Liberia Digital Transformation Project recently at the E.J.S. Ministerial Complex.  Accordingly, in his first 100 days in office, President Boakai constituted the National Education Advisory Board, something which was not done during the 6 years administration of the past government.  “Currently, the Minister of Education is on a nationwide tour to assess the conditions of education and the learning conditions of our children in rural counties,” he said.  The National PTA Network President asserted that the institution strongly believedthat President Boakai made major achievements in the first quarter of the year, adding “government is on track with its development agenda with respect to education.” “Although there are many challenges still lie ahead, but there is hope that this government will bring more relieves in improving the learning conditions at our schools across Liberia,” he said.  He continues: “This parent body also appropriates President Boakai for the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court which speaks to the rule of law.”

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