Dr. Norman, Provost Sherman and boxes of textbooks and instructional materials that are expected in the country for the academic year.

Bomi College Commends NEIT, Mary Broh for 38 Computers

The President of the Bomi County Community College (BCCC), Dr. Zobong Norman, has commended the New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) of Rhode Island in the United States for donating 26 desktop computers to the college. The donation is estimated at about US$18,200.

NEIT also provided several cartons of textbooks and instructional materials estimated at US$10,000.

Dr. Norman also commended General Services Agency Director General Mary Broh for also making a donation of 12 computers and a printer to the college.

Disaster Strikes AGL Church Confab

Disaster recently struck the 68th National Annual Conference of the Africa Gospel League (AGL) Church in Lower Harlandsville Township outside Buchanan in Grand Bassa County following the electrocution of its electrician, Borbor Kangar.

The incident occurred two days before the commencement of the conference at its headquarters in Lower Harlandsville Township.

Kangar was killed while electrifying the venue in preparation for the conference when he accidentally came in contact with the live current, and subsequently dropped from the ladder.

President Jammeh has refused to leave office citing electoral irregularities.

Jammeh ‘Imports Rebels’

Following recent newspaper reports that alleged Liberian mercenaries, led by former President Charles Taylor’s elite security commander Benjamin Yeaten, resurfaced in The Gambia, the Freedom newspaper has reported yet another recruitment of rebels by President Yahya Jammeh. Freedom newspaper is Gambia’s premier online newspaper.

No Chairs at Bassa High School

Bassa High School, the only government public high school in Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County, is in dire need of chairs to accommodate students, the school administration has said.

The lack of chairs with writing support and other facilities at the school is reportedly hindering the learning process of students, especially the ninth and twelfth graders, who are preparing to sit this year’s annual exams administered by the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay and CEO of Lonestar Cell MTN, Babatunde Osho

House Summons Lonestar Cell MTN on “Fake Promise”

The House of Representatives has summoned the management of Lonestar Cell MTN over what they called ‘deceit’ for cutting off the three-day free promotion after being the only company that supported the proposed tax increment and pledged to bear the responsibility without passing the cost on to consumers.


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