UL remains Closed as Trustees Reject Partial Report
By Calvin Brooks
MONROVIA, Jan 21 (LINA) - The Vice President for University Relations at the University of Liberia (UL), Dr. S. Momolu Getaweh, has disclosed that the institution will remain closed until the Special Investigative Committee can submit its full report on the prevailing crisis.
Dr. Getaweh said the Board of Trustees of the institution rejected the partial report submit
ted to the Executive Committee of the UL Board of Trustees until the report is complete to inform a decision on the crisis.
Speaking in a telephone interview with the Liberia News Agency, the UL Vice President indicated that the full report of the investigation will be submitted by the committee on January 31, 2014.
He said the Faculty Association and the Student Union are still demanding the resignation of the Vice President for Administration, Dr. Wede Brownell, from the University of Liberia before a settlement can be reached.
It can be recalled that the Administration of the University of Liberia announced the re-opening of the university and that classes would resume on all campuses of UL on Tuesday, January 21, 2014, but on Tuesday there were no signs of academic activities on the campuses.