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|Sabena Graduate 126 In Airline Studies|
|Published on October 30, 2008||Email To Friend Print Version
The Sabena School of Airline Studies (SAS) has held it 7th baccalaureate and commencement convocation ceremonies, graduating 126 students in various airline disciplines.
Delivering the keynote addressed, House Speaker Alex Tyler said charting a new course and shifting the destiny of Liberia require the adhering to the Liberia renaissance “Changing Mind, Changing Attitude.”
Speaker Tyler massage was delivered on his behalf by his wife Mrs. Hawa Tyler.
Mrs. Tyler said without moral and spiritual values in the minds and hearts of the younger generations, their education would be meaningless, and challenged the graduates to put Liberia first if they will assist in shifting the destiny of their country.
She challenged the graduates to adopt a new frame of mind toward the future of Liberia because according to her, the progress and development of Liberia depend on everyone.
Delivering the baccalaureate service address, the Pastor of the Gates Agape Ministries the Reverend Davidetta Tarnue underscore the need for the graduates to make a difference as commanded by God.
She noted that making the difference starts with one’s mind set for change. Rev. Tarnue challenged the graduate to be agents of change in Liberia, urging the graduates to be truthful and give up in making the difference for a change.
Making remarks, the Administrative Director of the school, Henry Benson Sr. said despite the many difficulties and challenges that the school encountered over the last seven years, the administration was over whelmed with joy for the tremendous progress and achievements made in all their operations.
Mr. Benson nudged the graduates to be sober minded and always prepared to defend, at all cost, the profession for which they are declare qualified to practice. He reminded them that they are going into the world as ambassador of their profession.
Giving the farewell addressed, student Elsie Massaquoi called on the government to provide aid to the Sabena School of Airline Studies in order to make it more efficient and effective.