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.
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.
According to the Executive Mansion, 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.