According to the crafter of the Bill, Maryland County Senator J. Gblebo Brown, upon concurrence by the House of Representatives soon, the bill will go a long way for the young people who historically had not had such opportunity for several years. “You made us your lawmaker and we are working hard in your interest. If this is accepted, approved, and passed into law, it will greatly buttress the efforts of the William VS Tubman University(TU) because not everyone here wants to go to TU, others need technical skills to contribute to the rebuilding of our country," Senator Brown stated.
The current Chair on Internal Affairs at the Liberian Senate and former superintendent of Maryland County believes that vocational learning opportunities play a critical role in development of skills including the fast creation of jobs for the young people as well as self-independence in the society. Senator Brown disclosed that the bill, which he previously informed President George Manneh Weah about, has received overwhelming support from his colleagues and it is nearing the finishing line, against this backdrop, he reiterated President Weah’s intervention to ensure the timely signature into handbills upon the full completion from the House of Representatives.
“The only way, Mr. President our young people can get busy into positive things is when we come together as leaders to create and establish a program that will build their capacity to ensure that they become better people for tomorrow," he pointed out. According to him, vocational institutions, among other things, set the pace for a career path, especially from the practical and technical experience manner and form. “The right career choice is an important step regardless of what kind of person you are,” adding that a career enables one to utilize their skills perfectly.