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|What’s Lacking? Cuttington University Risks Closure Due to Donor’s Withdrawal||| Print ||
|Written by Selma Lomax, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0886-484666|
|Thursday, 26 April 2012 04:10|
Gbarnga, Bong County - The current financial dilemma being faced by Cuttington University, if not tackled, could further deteriorate into eventually closure as alarmed by the President of the institution, has left many in a state of despair and increased query, FrontPageAfrica has found out.
It appears the CU President Awareness about the financial dilemma facing the University has left many lecturers shocked many particularly those who claimed marginalized by the Tokpah regime.
A vast majority of employees interviewed want administration make known as to how much the institution receives from government annually as there are conflicting reports confirming that the institution still gets USD six hundred Thousand while another report put the amount at nine hundred Thousand United States Dollars.
Dr. Tokpah in an interview with this paper said, “The withdrawal of the Episcopal Church’s support is crucial and needs immediate external intervention to avert any possibility of closure by the University”.
A copy of last year’s National Budget obtained by FrontPageAfrica reveals an overwhelming monetary growth in Cutington’s revenue from nine hundred Thousand to US$1.1 million.
They said many of those appointed by Dr. Togbah don’t reflect the culture of merits but demerits. He has also been praised for building the capacity of the youth particularly those of the kpelle tribe.
Up to voting Day last year, Dr. Tokpah was persistently accused by Moye’s political challengers of depopulating nearby Districts by conveying people via Cuttington vehicles into Jorquelleh District for voting purposes, something he has repeatedly denied.
The CU President was also accused of misusing the institution’s resources on political trial and was heavily involved into political matters, allegations he also denied.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 26 April 2012 04:48|