They marched across campus carrying signs that read: “Browne must go” and “No school until Dr. Browne resigns.”The students’ action began on the day when senior students were expected to begin taking final exams. Everlyn Shilling, a graduating senior, said she was disappointed about the students’ action. Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor also has not paid her debt to the university for scholarship students when she served as Senator of Bong County. Student Bill Vankpanah said the students’ action is aimed at drawing the attention of the government and the Episcopal Church. This goes to the Legislature, the Judiciary and other agencies, including the Ministries of Education, State for Presidential Affairs, Health, etc,” said Dr. Browne.
Source: Front Page Africa May 16, 2018 04:18 UTC