UL PASAUL 101st Graduate class reconditions Public Latrine


The Public Administration Students Association of the University of Liberia has renovated one of the public latrines on the main campus of the University of Liberia.

The initiative comes in the wake of the lack of a conducive public latrine for students to use on the campus.

The situation according to the graduate class has been an embarrassment for students and faculty at the institution.

“We saw the lack of good public latrine on this campus conduit to create an environmental hazard,” the president of the PASUAL 101st Class said in an interview.

According to Albert Titoe Ninneh, their action to the school is predicated upon giving back to the noble institution that has provided them knowledge.

Speaking to journalists Wednesday, April 7, 2021 minutes after the dedication, the head of the class noted that the University has a huge number of students attending the institution adding that lack of public bathrooms could lead to an unhealthiness and an unfriendly environment.

In addition, the PASUAL 101 Graduate Class presented materials as part of buttressing the administration’s effort in addressing some of the challenges of latrines on the campus.