Monrovia — At lengthy final, the Liberian Senate has in the end handed into regulation a invoice in search of to lift the Lofa County Community College to a full-fledged four-year college.

The invoice used to be introduced onto the ground of the House of Representatives through Lofa County District #3 Lawmaker Clarence Massaquoi in 2021; it got here with the assistance of different lawmakers, together with Representatives Thomas Fallah, Beyan Howard, Mariamu Fofana, Francis Nyumalin, Julie Fatorma Wiah, among others.

It has since been lingering within the House since 2021, however used to be temporarily cleared for passage roughly one month within the corridors of the Senate.

Recently, Lofa County Senators Joseph Jallah and Senator Zargo despatched a reproduction in their letter to the Liberian Senate, pushing aside accusations that they have been in opposition to the elevation of the Lofa County Community College (LCCC) to a full-fledged college.

Senator Jallah mentioned since his ascendency to the Senate, he had at no time resisted any invoice this is in the most productive passion of the folks of Lofa County for self aggrandizement regardless of who the proponent of such invoice.

He asserted that the allegation in opposition to him had no iota of reality and that it’s being perpetrated through some components within the county who see his ascendency as a risk to their egocentric political passion.

In a letter addressed to Senate Pro Tempt, Albert Chie dated November 9, 2022, Senator Jallah affirmed his fortify to the passage of the act declaring the the tool when handed, will have enough money Lofians (natives of Lofa) and Liberians the chance to gain upper training within the county with out essentially migrating to the capital, Monrovia.