Over the weekend, Madam Louise C. Cheah, LTA’s Technical Analyst, represented Chairperson, Madam Edwina Crump Zackpah, at the 17th graduation program of the Life Foundation School System in Harbel, Margibi Count. Serving as Guest speaker at the ceremony, Madam. Cheah used the occasion to encourage graduates of the school to venture into technological advancement and seek moral values as ways of securing a brighter future.
“While technology is undoubtedly a powerful enabler, it is crucial to remember that true success lies in the character and values we uphold. In this rapidly evolving world, it is easy to get caught up in the pursuit of material gains and external validation. But remember, it is your integrity, empathy, and resilience that will set you apart and make a lasting impact.” She noted.
Speaking further, Madam Cheah cautioned the students to value the importance of being good citizens who believe in peace, and respecting others and not get involved in activities that could hinder the electoral process or be counterproductive to democratic values.
“I implore every one of you, the students who hold immense potential and influence, to know that it is important to remember that the true strength of our democracy lies in our ability to peacefully coexist, respect the rights of others, and resolve our differences through peaceful means” Madam Cheah concluded.