Congo Town-February 20, 2023: Ahead of the 7th Commencement Class of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism, the Manager of OK FM, an independent and private own radio station in Liberia, Mr. Clarence Jackson is calling on Prospective Graduates of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism to venture in to Journalism with passion and commitment for a better future of Journalism in Liberia.
Making a special Statement at the first Alumini Homecoming two hours Panel Discussion session held at the A.M. Kyne Collegiate Resource Center in Monrovia on Tuesday, 21 February 2023, Mr. Jackson urged the students to take advantage of what they have learned as it will go along way in helping them to discharge their duties excellently.
The Ok FM station manager also wants the aspiring journalists to always be patient and passionate, something he said is the bear rock of the Journalism profession. “You must have passion for the Journalism because your Journalism career can not survive in the absence of it”, he added.
Clarence Jackson at the same time lauded the administration of Peter Quaqua School of Journalism for being committed in preparing future journalists and supporting the Liberian media landscape for the refinement of the profession in the country.
He also cautioned the Graduands to always tap into opportunities that will enable them to learn new ideas, noting that it will help them to explore the profession.
Mr Jackson also said that the future of Journalism in Liberia rest upon the shoulders of aspiring journalists.
The first Alumini Homecoming panel discussion session is part of series of activities leading to the 7th commencement program of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism which is expected to take place on Saturday February 25, 2023.
The event brought together alumnus and and prospect graduates of the PQSJ with key focus on the “Is Journalism a safer space for women?”.