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-Cautions William Booth Graduates To Know Their Academic Strength
The comptroller of the General Auditing Commission (GAC), Cooper Magbollah has challenged graduates of the William Booth High School of the Salvation Army School System and students across the country to know their strength academically before choosing a future career.

Magbollah blamed the current brain drain of the country to the lack of career counseling for students across the country by various learning institutions.
According to him, many students after graduating from high school follow their friends and choose a career that they are not academically strong in thereby creating serious embarrassment for the educational system of post conflict Liberia.
Magbollah said many students after graduation from high school choose a career path that they have no knowledge of because they saw their friends choosing.
He told the graduates that today he is an accountant by profession because it was his plan from his elementary school days and his dream was able to come to reality due to his persistency in his study.

The GAC Controller serving as a keynote speaker at his imamate encouraged the over two hundred forty-one graduates to take their education seriously and do away with what he referred to as drinking drinks.

He also cautioned them to always put God first in all of their future planning and key attention to their education if they are to take up the mantle of authority in Liberia from the older generation.

He pledged he and his family supports to the valedictorian of the William Booth high School Lorpu A. Flomo who came second in the West African Examination Council WAEC Exams in the entire country.

Magbollah added that he and his will support Student Lorpu A. Flomo through her university education at any higher institution of learning in Liberia. For his part, the Director of Education of the Salvation Army School System, David Siafa Massaquoi praised the graduating class for making the school system proud in the country.
According to him, the William Booth High School sent two hundred and forty-one (241) students for the WAEC and all of the students made a successful pass with Lorpu A. Flomo scoring the highest marked amongst the rest of the students.
He used the occasion to praised the school administrator, teaching staff and parents for their hard works in making sure that the required materials were taught to the students, adding “it is from the good teacher and training that we are celebrating today” cautioning them to keep on the good work.
Speaking earlier, the valedictorian of the William Booth High, Lorpu A. Flomo challenged her fellow graduates to consider the sky their limit, adding that success does not come easily.
She noted that her position as second in the West African Examinations came through hard study and support from her parents and other humanitarian group that supported her through her study.

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