Aggrieved Lofa Community College students Threaten “Massive Protest” if Faculty Concerns are not Addressed

Monrovia: It seems that protest actions, aimed at getting attention are not only unique to the University of Liberia.

In Lofa County, students there have given the college’s administration 48 hours ultimatum to address concerns by faculty members or face massive students’ protest.

The student council President, Peter James stated for a week now, academic activities have been halted at the institution, as a result of a go-slow action by the staffers.

Staffs of the Community college in Lofa, are on go-slow since January 12, this year, as a result of low salary payment, including other concerns to be addressed by national Government and the College administration.

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