The leadership of the Liberia National Students Union, or LINSU, has denied that it possesses two firearms after public outrage erupted over a photo showing its member with what looks like a pistol.
Liberiaâ€™s recent Affirmative Action bill has stimulated nationwide debates and public discussions. The passage of this bill by the Legislature received tremendous support from organizations working on womenâ€™s issues, which viewed the Legislatureâ€™s decision as a step toward gender parity in government.
The Deputy Minister for Youth Development, Lance K. Gbagonyou, has instituted a seven-man committee to probe circumstances surrounding the ongoing disagreement within the National Executive Committee of the Liberia National Student Union.
The Nimba Charter of the Liberia National Student Union is calling for financial assistance to its team that is currently participating in the National Meet the Challenge Competition, a knowledge quizzing contest between various counties.
Members of the Liberia National Student Union have made allegations of misappropriation of funds against the organization’s president, Varney Alieu Jarsey, which were meant to be spent on a national quizzing tournament among various secondary schools across the country.
SMART Liberia celebrates the completion of its “Complete 8” vacation academy at a closing program. Minister of Education George Werner served as the keynote speaker.