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Liberia: University of Liberia Receives US$ 20,000

Syracuse University has donated US$20,000 to University of Liberia mass communication department US$ 20.000 worth of equipment which includes digital cameras, lenses, batteries memory cards and two lap tops, Liberian blogger Emmanuel reports.

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  • FOFANA AYOUBA

    dear sir,
    i would like to inform you that iam one of the liberian student in morocco, but i plane to continu my english to your university ok.
    by name of God i will be finish after one year , and iam don islamic study now.
    thank yous

  • Louise

    The Liberian Students under the Liberian /Morocain bilateral scholarship program are at the point of droping from classes if the Government of Liberia doesn’t do anything about payment of allowances. Students haven’t gotten allowance since 6 months and how do the Government of Liberia expect these people children to survive in foreign land?Its very frustrating to hear that a Government that says that she takes education priority,can’t cater to the needs of its students. The Minister of education has proven to be an enemy to education who pretend .When ever he is contacted about students matter he lies like his present scholarship director( Theo Snorton).
    We the Liberian Student in Morocco are calling on the Government to meet her obligation or stop the program because its a shame on us to go around begging others nationalities for daily bread and others necessities while our Government is capaby of meeting our needs .Where are we heading and what is the future of us?

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