Special Awards In Pictures

-Appeals For More Support
A conglomeration of students from Grand Bassa County under the umbrella of the Grand Bassa University Association (GBUSU) over the weekend celebrated four years of existence.

The well-attended program held on Friday, June 30, 2017 at the Capitol Hill campus of the University of the Liberia, brought together a cross section of students attending various universities in the country.
Because the University of Liberia (UL) has a greater portion of attendance and beneficiaries of the association, the program was readily held there to enable proportional and seniority advantage.
During the festivities, some high profiled citizens hailing from the county including Grand Bassa County Superintendent Levi Demah, the daughter of Liberty Party’s standard bearer, Charlyne Brumskine among others also graced the occasion.
In separate remarks, each dignitary delivered a message urging students of the county to unite to positively uplift their county against selfish concerns.
Addressing the audience, Charlyne Brumskine of the Liberty Party stressed the need for Liberians mainly residents of her county, Grand Bassa County to make the right choice and better decision in the upcoming October presidential and representative polls.
Ms. Brumskine added that she believes that Liberia, under past political administrations has not been properly managed, thus grading the health, education and infrastructure system as a total challenge for the ordinary citizens in the country.
“Take back your country, young people need to take their destiny into their own hands by saying we are inheriting Liberia for the betterment of our futures and children’s children.”
“You must add individual responsibility; you must decide what your vision is for yourself and this country.” The young Brumskine said.
“As young Liberians, you must hold our leader accountable. The election of 2017 is about generational election not a “kuntry and congau” as is being popularized by some politician all over the place.
For his part the President of the Grand Bassa University Students Union, Dickson Yeager expressed joy and appreciations to the dignitaries as well as his fellow students for turning out in their numbers to witness the unique occasion.
Yeager, in an exclusive interview with this paper called for more support to his organization, noting that the students of his county are seriously challenged due to too many budgetary constraints faced by union.
According to him, although his organization ensured that citizens that are more prominent got invited to the occasion, very few of the invited dignitaries were on hand and either contributed in limited cash or pledged towards their activities.
Mr. Yeager has meanwhile made a passionate appeal to members of the Grand Bassa County leadership, especially the legislative caucus to do all that can be done to help his already struggling colleagues to pursue their educational sojourns at the various universities in Liberia.

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