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-As Students Protest Poor Learning Facilities
Tension has brewed at the Grand Bassa County Community College (GBCCC) where Students Monday staged a peaceful protest that brought activities at the institution to a standstill.

The protest is in response to disenchantments ranging from the lack of ID cards for three semesters, lack of PE shirts, handbooks, insurance, effective transportation service and the reconditioning of the bridge connecting Four Houses Community and the GBCCc Paynesberry Campus.
In a statement presented to Superintendent Levi Demmah and read by student Emmanuel Fayiah Bonzu, they stressed that calm will be restored to the campus when their plights are met.
The students lamented the delay or lack of attention to address their plights and needs. They accordingly gave Superintendent Demmah seven a 7-day ultimatum to address their needs.
They students came from seven departments to include Agriculture and Food Sciences, Health Sciences, IT, Liberal Art and others. in response to the students’ concern, Superintendent Demmah promised to meet with the Superintendent Council and the Bassa Legislative Caucus to urgently address the issues before the expiration of the ultimatum.
He asked the students to remain calm in the process. Also GBCC President, Professor Dr. Nathaniel Gbaysaygee said the issue of ID cards and PE T-shirt is in process. He disclosed that he has spoken with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and some institutions to help GBCCC with additional buses.

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