Theological College Cries for Subsidies
Admission Officer of the Evangelical College of Theology has called on government to start giving them subventions like it is doing for other institutions. (Photo: Registrar Rev Dr. Franklyn A.B. Koroma)
Edison Sesay made this plea while responding to questioning during an interview with this medium. He said the college depends on the fees they collect from the student and the small support coming from few well-wishers.
Registrar of the college, Rev Dr. Franklyn A.B. Koroma said since 1964 when the college was established by the Westlian, UBC, MCA ,Baptist and Huntingdon churches, the college has been contributing to the human resource base of the country having produced a good number of people serving the country at different levels. He said quit a good number of students Muslims as well, have applied for admission into the college situated at in the Western Rural District.
Academic Deen of the college, Rev. Saio Koroma, said with their degrees and certificates courses, the college has maintained flexibility in terms of accommodation as their classes are decentralized to pave way for workers who may want to pursue higher education.
By: Ilyasa Baa
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