The Milton Margai College of Education and Technology (MMCET) embarked on a rehabilitation exercise on three campuses. The Principal of MMCET, Philip Kanu, explained how the college staff has carried out major rehabilitation in all three campuses of the college, Goderich, Congo Cross and Brookfield’s using internally generated funds and money from alumni in UK and Ireland. He said the Amphitheatre, the Great Hall and conference hall, which he said was in bad shape, will also be renovated. Kanu said some repairs were done to the student hostels but the College could not afford to completely renovate the hostels. He said, “My focus is to get the administrative buildings and the sanitation infrastructure in shape then the administration will concentrate on major rehabilitation of all hostels.” The Goderich campus has electricity and CCTV cameras for security. A new police post has been constructed to reduce crime on campus. Aminata Conteh, a second year student in hotel hospitality, said she and her colleagues will now have access to equipment to do their practical work.
By Ade Campbell
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