Report from Sinoe County says, the president of the Sinoe County Community College, Reverend Jerry Nyangbeh has vowed to bring to light some administrators he described as surviving on fake academic credentials at the college.
According to the report, the SCCC president said although he could not name one of those accused, but stressed that this will be done no matter the time it takes.
He averred that some administrators of the college along with Representative Crayton Duncan of Sinoe have been championing his removal on grounds that he failed to give progress report among others.
According to Reverend Jerry Nyangbeh, some of the administrators who are today calling for his removal, returned from the United States of America with series of fake academic documents just to be employed.
However, the President of Sinoe County Community College, Jerry Nyangbeh has accused the county’s Superintendent Lee Nagbe Chea, Representatives Crayton Duncan and Samson Weah of masterminding his removal from the position.
His sharp reaction comes day after the students of the college through their President Harvin Swen Tee called for his immediate dismissal for his alleged refusal to develop the college and graduate candidates since the institution was established.
Nyangbeh disclosed that the three county officials held a meeting at the home of Representative Duncan’s home at 8pm with the students and reportedly incited the students to file a vote of no confidence in him.
Reverend Nyangbeh further indicated that he was accused by Rep. Duncan of squandering US Three Million Dollars received from Finance Minister Samuel Tweah and Deputy Minister Samora Wolokolie.
He also averred that the Sinoe County Electoral District Three Representative vowed to take him off his job and accused him of giving US Two Hundred Thousand to Sinoe County Senator, Milton Teahjay, something he termed as a fallacy and meant to indict the ministers.
Reverend Nyangbeh then maintained to always support Senator Teahjay despite the alleged attacks by Representatives Duncan and Samson Weah.
Meanwhile, Representative Crayton Duncan confirmed that he and Representative Samson Weah and Superintendent Lee Nagbe Chea convened a night time meeting at his private residence with students of the college.
He also clarified that at no time had he accused Reverend Nyangbeh of corruption, but stressed that the legislative caucus of the county has been demanding performance report of the college.
Credit: Journalist Blamo Toe