Student Unification Party (SUP) Endorses June Protest For President Weah to Step Down

SUP overwhelmingly endorses June 7 Protest; suspends Secretary General Ephraim Nyumah for time indefinite and strongly warns Co-chair Mohammed Deybo and Co-chair Charles Songhai of gross indiscipline!

Student Unification Party (SUP) Endorses June Protest For President Weah to Step Down
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