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AME University Students’ Governing Council President removed…..

by Maximilian K. Kasseh jr

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-African Methodist Episcopal (AME) University Students’ Governing Council President, Abdurrahman Barry, has been relieved off his post for his alleged involvement in the July 26 street violence in Monrovia.

In a statement issued Tuesday, August 2, 2022, the AME Administration said it removed Mr. Barry as President of the 22nd Graduating Class and the Students’ Governing Council.

The disclosure placed him and all students allegedly involved with the incident on Disciplinary Probation.

It cautioned all students of the University to cultivate the school’s core values of Integrity, Diversity and Liberty, while exercising their rights guaranteed under the law.

The AME University said it is appalled by the violence, joining calls for the Liberian Government to speedily prosecute the alleged perpetrators.

The statement also lauded President Weah’s latest mandate for the launch of an immediate, speedy, and thorough investigation into the matter.

By: Naway Gumeh

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