RECENTLY, THE CHAIRMAN of the Bong County Technical College, Parents Association and the President of the Bong County Motorcycle Union, Mr. Sam Elliot called on Central Government to help in the completion of the Bong County Technical College Complex.
SPEAKING ON THE campus of the college recently, Mr. Elliot said, since the establishment of the college by an Act of the National Legislature in 2012, the college has been operating on the campus of the United Methodist School in Gbarnga because since the construction began in 2012, it has not been completed.
ELLIOTT, WHO outlined some of the complaints from the public against the college, said that some politicians are using the college to gain their political goals without paying attention to the completion of the college.
HE SAID THE college receives at least 800 students in a semester, something he said that the campus cannot accumulate said amount of students.
ACCORDING TO HIM, the school administration is complaining of shortage of chairs and some embarrassment the college is causing for the institution which he named as damaging of arm chairs and causing students to search for chairs during school hours.
WE ARE CONCERNED about the complaint by the citizens of Bong County on the completion of the Bong County Community College and join the Chairman, Parents Association in their call for government to act now to ensure that the college operates on its own campus.
LET THE GOVERNMENT know that the Community College cannot continue to run its activities on the campus of the United Methodist School in Gbarnga. Let government ensures that the campus of the Bong County Community College be completed to avoid further embarrassment.
AS WAS ALLEGED by authorities of the college, some politicians are using the college to gain their political goals without paying attention to the completion; if this information is true; we think it is unacceptable because these politicians should be the ones to ensure that the campus is completed to afford the students a smooth learning environment.
THE COLLEGE CANNOT continue to operate on the Methodist campus as a full-fledged college. The fact that the college was enacted by an Act of the National Legislature the college must be given all the necessary support to operate without any impediment or embarrassment.
THAT IS WHY we are calling on central government including members of the Bong Legislative Caucus to ensure that the campus be completed to afford students at the college the opportunity to learn in an environment free of fear and intimidation.
LET THE COMPLAINTS of the Bong citizens be looked into so as to find an amicable solution to the completion of the Bong Community College campus.