LIBERIA – Montserrado County District #8 Representative aspirant Isaac K. Krah has challenged Liberian parents to protect their children against illicit drugs in Liberia.
Aspirant Krah stated that illicit drugs are damaging the future of several youths across the country, adding that the children who are coming up should be prevented and protected from it.
He made the statement recently at the 20th graduation exercise of the Cornerstone International Academy in Monrovia.
Krah that parents have a crucial role to play if their children should be successful in their education sojourn.
According to him, parents should exhibit good behavior in society for the children to emulate.
Aspirant Krah stressed that children are the future of Liberia, so they should not be taken for granted.
He explained that if parents neglect to discipline their children at an early age, it could be difficult to exercise corrective measures.
He maintained that early childhood education is the foundation to enhance solid education ground for children and it should not be compromised.
Aspirant Krah emphasized that parents should do everything possible to educate children, noting that education is one of the factors that lead to success in life.
According to him, adequate preparation of their children through the educational system should be prioritized at the higher level to ensure a brighter future for them.
He warned parents to make the right decision in the pending general and presidential elections, adding that their decision will determine if the nation will move forward or backward.