17 January 2013

Liberia: NUSA - Zion Branch Leaders Call for Audit

The leadership of the Nimba University Student Association (NUSA) at the African Episcopal Zion University AMEZU is calling on the Accounting Department of the University to audit their Administration.

Speaking to reporters recently on the Benson Street Campus of the AMEZU, Mr. Wuo Queelay, President of the Nimba Students said his administration has taken transparency and accountability as the hallmark to correct the wrongs that have created serious mal-practices in the ranks of student government in the past.

He noted that fair play, leading to fiscal related arrangement was one of his campaign promises made prior to ascending to the leadership of the Nimba University student at the Zion University.

Mr. Queegly who earlier assured Nimba students at Zion of his administration's willingness to purchase a mini bus to be used by Nimba students attending AME Zion University College, indicated that there is the need for his administration to be audited to serve as a deterrent to future leaders of the association.

He said he wants the Accounts Department of Zion University to swiftly audit his administration so as to make sure that financial transactions his leadership had carried out since its induction nine months ago in Sacleapea, Nimba County are transparently done.

The student leader, Mr. Wueegly, did not disclose when his administration will purchase the most talked about mini-bus, suggesting that his promise to the students on his transportation policy has been abandoned.

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