AMEZU Convocation Soon

-Dr. Ford Discloses
By Anthony Selmah
The President of the A.M.E. Zion University (AMEZU), Dr. Charles W. Ford, Jr. has disclosed that the University is expected to hold its twenty eight graduation of this year on June 26, after a thanksgiving service to be held on June 24, 2018.
Speaking in an interview with this paper during the induction program of the AMEZU student union government that was held in the edifice of the Brown Memorial Church on Benson street campus over the weekend, Dr. Ford said the institution is making sure that the graduating students get their diplomats on the very day of their graduation.The A.M.E. Zion President further stated that it would be the first time to see such a thing happening, adding that according to the admissions office, there are about three hundred forty eight (348) students on record for graduation with the number likely to increase.
Speaking further, the President of the A.M.E. Zion University asserted that he and his team are doing everything possible to move the agenda of the institution forward.
According to him, since he took over the institution as President, there has been very cordial relationship between the staff, the administration and him, noting he and his team are overcoming challenges that exist.
Dr. Ford used the occasion to appeal to the students to take their education very seriously, noting that education is the bedrock to the growth and development of any nation.
He reminded them of the vital role they have, to contribute to the country’s development drive.
The President of the AME Zion University told the students to bealways law abiding, and say no any forms of violence that may come their way, noting that Liberia is the only country they have among the comity of nations.

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