Tubman University authorities have temporarily relieved Roland T. Barnes of his position pending the outcome of an investigation into kickbacks he allegedly received from a construction company.
Leaked documents and interviews with anonymous employees of a construction company have revealed that US$75,000 allocated for the renovation of the engineering building at the William V. S. Tubman University has vanished without any work on the structure.
In response to news reports in the media about corruption by senior officials, Tubman University has issued a press release. The Bush Chicken has subsequently submitted a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act.
A senior staff of the William V. S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County, Roland T. Barnes, has been revealed to be involved in a scheme to receive kickbacks from a construction company in exchange for contracts to be awarded by the university.
Documents leaked to The Bush Chicken have revealed that 23 employees at Tubman University are receiving dual salaries from multiple positions, including several senior level employees. The May 2016 payroll, along with other documents, were leaked by members of the faculty senate who did so anonymously for fear of retribution. The senior staff members were…
Timothy Nevin is a University of Florida trained American historian whose love for Liberia has led him to lecture at two Liberian universities.
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