Liberia’s former Ambassador to the United States, Canada and Mexico, JeremiahSulunteh, says he has concluded negotiations for the establishment ofstudents and faculty exchange programs between Cuttington Universityand the Mississippi State University in the U.S.
Amb.Sulunteh told the NewDawn’s Bong County correspondent recently inSuakoko District that the negotiation was part of efforts to exploringforeign opportunities for Liberian students.
The former Liberian Envoy noted that the negotiation started sometimeslast year when he honored the Mississippi State University forenrolling a son of Bong County, Mr. Victor Flomo into their PhDprogram.
Victor is one of four Liberian students studying in the United Stateson the expense of the former Liberian diploma, Sulunteh. Mr. Sulunteh added that the two universities have welcomed thecollaboration and acquaintances between the two presidents are due totake place very soon.
Amb.Sulunteh further said his support to the education of youngLiberians remains unbending, cautioning those that will benefit fromthe outcome of such negotiation to make maximum use of theopportunity.
By Papa Morris in Bong County-Editing by Winston W. Parley