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True, Livingstone College Offers Full Scholarship to Liberian Teen Emmanuel Tuloe


By: Trokon Wrepue

Claim: Livingstone College offers full scholarships to Liberian teens who returned $50,000 cash.

Full Text:  Emmanuel Tuloe, a nineteen-year-old who found along the roadside and $50,000  and returned it to the rightful owner has been recognized as an integrity icon.

The owner -Musu Yancy- misplaced the cash in the Nimba County and Tuloe as a motorcyclist found the money wrapped in a plastic bag; he returned it after hearing the owner’s appeal on local radio.  She then rewarded Tuloe US$1,500

On Tuesday, Social media circulated an e-flyer that the 19 years was offered a full scholarship by the Livingstone College.

The Livingstone College is a private, historically black Christian college in Salisbury, North Carolina. It is affiliated with the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. Livingstone College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Bachelor of ArtsBachelor of ScienceBachelor of Fine Arts, and Bachelor of Social Work degrees.

On the e- flyer, it is in scripted ”Livingstone College offers full scholarship to Liberian teen who returned $50,000 cash. Liberian Ambassador to the USA to visit Livingstone Wednesday

Verification: The Stage Media checked the website and established that the information is  True.

At the sme time Scam Doc was used to verified the College’s website and the analysis shows that the school’s website is 93 percent trusted.

The Liberia Embassy in the United States was contacted, and we also found out that the claim is true.

Conclusion: Based on the College’s website, it is True that Tuloe has been offered a full scholarship and the College has invited George Pattern, Liberian Ambassador to the United States to visit campus Wednesday.

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