VICE PRESIDENT BOAKAI HOLD TALKS WITH AUTHORITIES OF LINCOLN UNIVERSITY ON COLLABORATION IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION

Friday, 21st June 2013

Monrovia, Liberia - Vice President Joseph N. Boakai Friday held talks with the Provost and Vice President of America’s oldest and Historic Black University, Lincoln University in Oxford outside the city of Philadelphia.

 

Vice President Boakai and the Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Kenoye K. Eke, Sr. discussed the possibility of collaboration between Lincoln University and the Ministry of Education. It can be recalled that the Liberian Embassy in Washington DC reached a memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in the area of technical education something Vice President said should be given urgent consideration, a release from New Jersey said.

 

Lincoln University is a member of the education collaborative designed to work with the Ministry of Education. The President of Lincoln University is founder of a school in Liberia.

Later, Vice President Boakai was honored by the City of Camden in New Jersey. In the citation, the City of Camden recounted the many contributions that Vice President Boakai has made over the years in Government and the private sector.