Head Of Tubman University, Elliott Wreh-Wilson Resigns, As President Weah Appoints New President
The President of the William V. S. Tubman University in Maryland County, Dr. Elliott Wreh-Wilson has finally resigned after weeks of protests by faculty staff and students of the University for Financial Impropriety and other ‘wrong doings’
Meanwhile, according to the Executive Mansion press statement posted on its website, President George Manneh Weah has received and accepted the resignation of Dr. D. Elliott Wreh-Wilson, who was appointed President of Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County four years ago.
In his resignation letter, Dr. D. Elliott Wreh-Wilson thanked President Weah for the opportunity given him to serve Tubman University. According to Dr. Wreh-Wilson, it was indeed a great privilege and an honor for a man born in Maryland County, of parents from Picnic-Cess, Grand Kru County to serve the student constituency in his county of birth.
He stated that he was constrained to resign because he does not view violence as a means of order, following adversity after adversity on the campus of Tubman University.
Dr. Weah extends his thanks and appreciation to Dr. D. Elliott Wreh-Wilson for his dedicated and compassionate services rendered to Tubman University and the Country.
The President wishes Dr. Wreh-Wilson well in his future endeavors and hopes he remains available to serve his Country in any other capacity, futuristically.
Meanwhile, President Weah has appointed Dr. Emmanuel Leon Sie-Wreh as Acting President of Tubman University, pending the vetting of candidates by the Board of Trustees for subsequent appointment of a new President of Tubman University.