The regional education officer for five counties in Liberia, George S. S. Wuo, has abandoned his race for representative of Nimba’s first electoral district, according to an official press statement issued by Emmanuel K. Saye, an official of the Friends of George S. S. Wuo political group.
Bein-Garr District Education Officer J. Lynon Martor, who has served the district for over four years, is being reassigned to take on the same post in Saclepea-Mahn Education District One.
The Ministry of Education has suspended Edward Kpulun from his post as county education officer of Bong for one month without pay, effective immediately.
The administration of the John Wesley Pearson High School has officially broken ground for the fencing of the oldest government-run education facility in the city.
Wleh T. Selah, the previously suspended Nimba County Education Officer, has refuted reports that he has refused to accept the reassignment because he feared for his life.
Wleh T. Selah, the previously suspended County Education Officer of Nimba, has refused to be reinstated after the Education Minister reappointed him.
The Regional Education Officer for Bong, Lofa, Nimba, Grand Bassa and River Cess Counties, George S. S. Wuo has strongly reacted to a statement calling for his resignation.
After serving as Acting County Education Officer for 90 days, Moses Dologbay has been appointed by the Ministry of Education as permanent CEO for Nimba.