FPC Expands Academic Program
Free Pentecostal College in Voinjama, Liberia’s northwestern Lofa County has introduced three additional departments at the institution.
The Church-run institution of higher learning, which was established in 1987, recently added the Momo T. Cyrus Program of Criminal Justice, Mass communication Program and the department of Agriculture. The three departments fall under the College of Business and Liberal Arts at Lofa County’s oldest institution of higher learning.
Serving as chief launcher at the ceremony, the CEO and General Manager of the Security Expert Guard of Liberia (SEGAL) in whose honor the Criminal Justice Program is named, described that establishment of the department time considering the increase in crimes rate across Lofa County.
Mr. Momo T. Cyrus indicated that the opening of such program at the college will also encourage youth people of the county who are mostly dominate interims of perpetrating crimes to pursuit the course, thereby reducing crimes rate not only in the county but the country at large.
He further challenged the young people of the county to take advantage of the departments noting that the three departs introduced would be great help to society.
The Liberian private security executive called on central government to provide subsidies to private school including the free Pentecostal college which is besides the Zion University currently provides Criminal Justice in the Country.
According to him if Liberia most be fully secured, than government will need to invest more resources into the Criminal Justice.