Senator Taylor made the call when she spoke to a team of journalists Sunday in Gbarnga following a tour of the BCTC facility. She explained that the facility does not have a library, laboratory and several other components to enhance effective learning. Senator Taylor wondered why the contractor created more than 60 offices in the building without taking into consideration these basic educational necessities. The lawmaker believes the auditorium is also small and needs to be expanded to respond to the growing student population, and expressed dismay over the slow pace of the construction work despite the full 100 percent payment to the contractor. Contrary to a recent report from the BCTC President Dr. John Flomo which stated that the first phase of the construction will be completed by the end of February, Senator Taylor expressed doubt that the facility will be ready by March this year with the current pace of construction work. Meanwhile, Senator Taylor has promised to file a formal complaint to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to swiftly intervene and rescue the situation at the Bong Technical College. Senator Taylor’s skepticism about the completion of the first phase of construction work on the BCTC comes in the wake of an advice by the Ministry of Public Works to the administration of Bong County last month to make 100 percent payment to the contractor, Liberia China Investment Group, in the tune of US$1.7 million.