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Freedom Academy Graduates 47 Students, Inspires Future Change-Makers

Freedom Academy Marland County Liberia

By: Joseph T. Weah Nimba D-9 TV Maryland County Reporter, nimbad9tv2018@gmail.com, +2317775514475

Pleebo City, Maryland County, July 1st, 2024: – Freedom Academy Elementary and Junior High School celebrated the graduation of 47 students at a ceremony held on Sunday at the Total Freedom Church in New Pleasant.

The 9th graduation ceremony of Freedom Academy was a momentous occasion, drawing parents, guardians, community members, and the esteemed teaching staff. The event was marked by the presence of various recognized institutions and individuals who came together to celebrate the achievements of the graduates.

Mr. James David, the guest speaker for the ceremony, delivered an inspiring speech on the theme of being a change-maker in society and the global village. He urged the graduates to stand firm in the face of adversity and to champion justice, advocating for those who cannot speak for themselves. Mr. David emphasized that to create meaningful change, the graduates must work collaboratively to transform societal dynamics for the better.

“Don’t see yourselves as different or small,” Mr. David told the graduates. “You have the power to make a difference and prepare for a brighter future.”

During the ceremony, one of the parents expressed profound gratitude to the teachers for their tireless efforts and humanitarian services. She highlighted the crucial role that teachers play in shaping the future leaders of society, including presidents, ministers, representatives, senators, doctors, and other prominent figures. She encouraged the teachers to continue their noble work for the growth and development of the country.

The Board Chair of Freedom Academy, Rev. Francis M. Kesseh, recognized the significant contributions of Mrs. Lilly T. B. Dweh to the institution. He praised her for the quality of education she has brought to the academy and the lasting impact she has made on the lives of the students and the institution as a whole.

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