Liberia, June 12 -- Kakata, Margibi County - A Liberian humanitarian working in the Darfur region of Sudan has accused Liberia's education stakeholders of reneging on their responsibilities of ensuring that students acquire the relevant education to prepare them for future roles in society.

Sylvester M. Morlue said that teachers in the country are not being paid due incentives, noting that such situation has caused teachers to turn to other alternatives in order to support their families.

"This situation has keep teachers away from classes at the expense of students," Mr. Morlue asserted.

Morlus is urging the government and educational stakeholders to consider the welfare of teachers as priority if the desire transformation of the countr...