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PQSJ PRODUCT GETS PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENT -Takes Over As LINA New Director General…


Kwame Weeks
An Honored Student of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism-PQSJ has been named the new Director General of the Liberia News Agency-LINA.

Kwame O. Weeks, current President of the PQSJ 2018 Graduating Class was appointed to LINA Monday by President George Weah.

The Liberia News Agency is within the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism-MICAT on Capitol Hill.

In a Statement issued in Monrovia Tuesday, March 6, 2018, MediaAid Foundation, owner of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism, expressed explicit confidence in the ability of Mr. Weeks in raising the standards of LINA in the months ahead.

MedaiAid says, given his excellent academic records coupled with his networking skills for the last 9-months at the journalism school, the new LINA Boss will transform the agency.

The Release is also quoted as commending President Weah for preferring a student of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism for such important post in the Government’s media arena.

MedaiAid describes Kwame Weeks’ ascendancy to LINA as a ‘success story’ for PQSJ, which serves as a gateway to building his media career.

The new LINA Director General remains an honored student with a minimum GPA of at-least 3.00 since his enrollment in the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism 9-months Intensive Training Program.

Signed:_______________
      Titus W. Tokpah, Sr.
      FOUNDER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
     MediaAid Foundation
     -Peter Quaqua School of Journalism
       (+231) 0886-256258/0777-487755
       mediaaidfoundation@gmail.com

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