UBCAA Graduates Over 66 Students From Its Computer Literacy Program in Bong

GBARNGA, BONG COUNTY – The United Bong County Association in the Americas has graduated 68 students from its three months computer literacy program in Gbarnga, Bong County.

 Since UBCAA’s establishment they have been contributing to the development of Bong County in different capacities.

For his part, a prominent son of Electoral District #1 in Bong County, William F. Kotee Jr. admonished the graduates and Bongese to set goals and pursue them if they want to be successful. 

Speaking a United Bong Association in the Americas, Free Computer Literacy Program, the Kpaai native told the gathered students and parents to take education seriously when setting their goals. 

“Education is the only way towards a successful future, I urge you all to make it number one when setting up your goals,” Mr. Kotee said. 

The Unity Party former stalwart said knowledge is a very powerful tool that can change one’s life for the better, calling on them to attach serious importance to acquiring education. 

“Today, education is considered one of the basic needs of life along with food, shelter, and water, stop the excuses and go all out to acquire it,” he said. 

He said with education, one can open any door or achieve anything. 

Mr. Kotee said there are a lot of people who want success today but have had it because of a lack of education. 

He urged the youths of the county to set their goals, but must not do them in the absence of education. 

Mr. Kotee at the same time applauded the UBCAA leadership headed by Caimon Joe Kollie for the major development undertaken in Bong County.

He said UBCAA must be there to help address those major issues confronting the people of Bong County, adding that said initiative by the US-based Bongese is welcoming. 

He further cautioned the graduates to wildly use the education they have acquired over the past few months in the County.

Mr. Kotee spoke when he served as the keynote speaker at the 3rd graduation ceremony of sixty-eight students from the UBCAA’s free computer literacy program in Gbarnga. 

Students were drilled through introduction to computer systems, (Microsoft Windows), Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer, and Mavis Beacon typing tutorial. 

The graduation was held on Saturday, February 24 at the Gbarnga Multipurpose Women Center in Gbarnga. By Patrick Stephen Tokpah

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