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The contract document for Tollgate that was endorsed by the APC government. Verify aspect 10:4 of the contract document to ascertain whether it was explicitly stated that fee adjustments would be made in the event of an exchange rate issue.   Please check on points 10:4 The remaining documents will be posted later 

Students at FBC have declared there won't be a runoff and endorsed President Bio's reelection.


Many of the university's students openly endorsed the reelection of the SLPP government and declared that the 2023 Presidential election will not have a runoff during Sierra Leonean President Julius Maada Bio's visit to FBC to unveil a state-of-the-art learning facility at FBC.

The major goal of His Excellency President Dr. Julius Maada Bio's visit was to officially open the Tunde Cole Building, a sizable, cutting-edge educational complex that would add lecture halls and offer auditoria with cutting-edge technology to maximize learning results.
 
In his speech, the president praised Tunde Cole for his "profound altruism" in providing the four-story building with two 170-seat auditoriums that are outfitted with smartboards and projectors for video/web conferencing and the delivery of online content, six additional lecture and conference rooms that are ready for virtual learning, and extensive WiFi coverage throughout the entire structure. For many years to come, these locations will be used by this university as distant and hybrid learning hubs.
President Bio said, "For more than a century, we were known as the Athens of West Africa because of the excellent higher education we provide in our beloved country. Our mission was to teach, mold, and reinforce the values, principles, and aspirations of young Africans. We were the global outpost of European education. As a result, we have produced some of the top academics, researchers, philosophers, and government officials - individuals motivated by a desire to change their countries and who shared a commitment to citizenship.

Watch the video below to see how happy the students were to see the president.



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