Resilient Mother of Five, Oretha Mendoabor, Triumphs in Secondary School at Age 44

Oretha Mendoabor 44

By: Edmund C. Gbarwee, Nimba D-9 TV Public Health Reporter, +231778070604  

Liberia:- In an inspiring display of determination and resilience, Oretha Mendoabor, a 44-year-old mother of five, has completed her secondary school education in Liberia. Madame Mendoabor, originally from Loyee, Nimba County, has been residing in Montserrado County where she attended Paynesville Community High School in Joe Bar outside Monrovia. Her journey to graduation has been marked by perseverance and dedication, defying societal expectations and setting a remarkable example for her children and community.

Madame Mendoabor’s journey culminated at the John Lewis Morris United Methodist School, her exam center, where her fellow students and educators greeted her success with heartfelt smiles and applause. Her achievement has been warmly celebrated, highlighting the power of resilience and the importance of education at any age.

Despite the challenges that come with balancing family responsibilities and academic pursuits, Oretha Mendoabor did not let her age or circumstances deter her. She has shown that with determination and hard work, it is possible to achieve one’s educational goals regardless of life’s obstacles.

As she eagerly awaits her graduation results, Madame Mendoabor stands as a beacon of hope and motivation for others in her community. Her story encourages many to pursue their dreams and further their education, demonstrating that it is never too late to learn and grow.

For those inspired by her journey and interested in supporting her future educational endeavors, Oretha Mendoabor can be contacted at +231776239265 or +231886834763. Her story serves as a powerful reminder that with perseverance, the pursuit of knowledge has no age limit.


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