Speaking at the 8th graduation convocation of the BCC, Minister Tweah told the graduates to shift their education to developing Bomi County and Liberia at large. According to Minister Tweah, graduates of the Bomi College should help change the nation from poor to developing nation. He added that the CDC-led government has started working on job creation for graduates of community colleges in Liberia. Minister Tweah told graduates of the Bomi College to stand up in helping to improve the country as per what they have learned.
The Liberian Finance and Development, Planning Minister, described his preferment to serve as guest speaker for the colleges graduation ceremony sent him further into knowing the challenges of community colleges across Liberia. Tweah said community colleges are “very important “in the Liberian society, because they produce powerful leaders in government and private institutions. Meanwhile, Minister Tweah disclosed that the government of Liberia is about to start employing 7,000 teachers to fill the vacancies that exist at public schools in the education sector. Minister Tweah promised to capture those graduates from the education department of the Bomi community college.