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University of Liberia lifts temporary ban on student politics

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The Vice President for UL Relations, Norris Tweah
The Vice President for UL Relations, Norris Tweah

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The University of Liberia (UL) has lifted the temporary ban placed on student politics at the state run institution.

The Vice President for UL Relations, Norris Tweah, said:” The lifting followed an investigation by a special committee and findings submitted to the UL President Dr. Ophelia Weeks.”

The Administration of the UL placed the ban after series of violent protests triggered by misunderstanding within the Student Unification Party (SUP).

Speaking to ELBC Monday, September 17, 2018, Attorney Tweah said findings from the investigations will soon be released to the public.

In another development, the UL has reported an increase in enrollment for the Sciences unlike in the past.

According to UL Vice President Norris Tweah, there is now more interest in the sciences by Liberians as proven by statistics in recent years.


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