Monthly Archives: May 2018

Fisheries Stakeholders to Get Access To Finance

The Deputy Director General for Administration at the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority has disclosed that Management has held talks with local and International Partners to ensure the financial empowerment of fisheries stakeholders across Liberia. Speaking recently during a major stakeholders meeting at NaFAA’s Pier Office on Bushrod Island, Augustine Manoballah named Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) as

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Dedication of Somalia Drive Road Delights Monrovia Residents

The issue of having good road network is one of the challenging problems in post-war Liberia. Liberians over the years have been yearning for paved roads across the country to increase trade, commerce, food production among others. As in the words of Mr. Abraham Saysay, the improved road network is one of the key attractions for both local and international

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Court Orders LFA Elections Committee To Give George Solo Due Process…..

Reports in the corridors of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) says the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court has granted George Solo’s application seeking for Declaratory Judgment. According to the report, the Court also lifted the preliminary injunction to allow the LFA Election Committee grant George Solo due process in his complaint against Mustaphai Raji consistent with law. According to legal experts,

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SOS Call To Help Treat 5 yrs. Old Caustic Victim

The parents of a five-year-7-month-old child, who mistakenly drank caustic water, are calling on people of goodwill to help their child seek medical attention in Ghana or another foreign country. In an interview with reporters in Monrovia recently, Madam Janet Cooper said that since her grandchild, Janet Johnson drank the caustic water a little over five months ago; the child

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Weah Congratulates Norway On 134th Anniversary of Constitution Adoption

President George Manneh Weah has sent a message of congratulations to His Majesty King Harald V of the Kingdom of Norway on the occasion of that nation’s 134th anniversary of its constitution adoption.The Constitution of Norway was signed at Eidsvoll on May 17 in the year 1814. The constitution declared Norway to be an independent kingdom in an attempt to

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