Monthly Archives: May 2018

NHA Warns Residents Against Extension Works to all Estates Units

The Management of the National Housing Authority (NHA) has with immediate effect placed a stay order on all extension and construction works in the form of alteration/ modification at the various housing estates under the direct mandate and supervision. The call for said stop order exercise came in the wake of numerous complaints from residents of these housing estates as

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“Liberia Has Lost A Great Son” -Pres. Weah Regrets Famous Lawyer Death

President George Weah on Monday said he “is deeply saddened by the sudden death of Counselor David A.B. Jallah,” former Dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the state-owned University of Liberia. Cllr. Jallah, one of Liberia’s prominent lawyers for decades, died Monday at the Redemption Hospital on the Bushrod Island in Monrovia after fallen out at

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MRU to Introduce School Feeding In Liberia

As Liberia and other neighboring states strive to improve food security, especially in revamping the agriculture sector, the Mano River Union has disclosed a working plan supported by the World Bank, Africa Rice Production and other sub-regional bodies to increase rice production. The Head of Secretariat of the Mano River Union, Ambassador Medina Wesseh, said the MRU, as part of

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US, Liberia Host International Nuclear Safeguards Workshop

The United States Department of Energy and Liberia’s Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy are co-hosting a four-day workshop on international nuclear safeguards in Monrovia from May 21-24. Liberia took the historic step of signing a Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement and Additional Protocol with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in September 2017, in line with its requirements as a signatory

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Conflict of Interest Hindering Solo vs LFA Case?

It’s been one week now since the Civil Law Court ordered the Liberia Football Association Elections Committee to give George Solo a candidate in the LFA April 14 Presidential election a “due process” to his case he filed just before the polls.   There has been no further comment from the LFA Elections Committee since the court ruling last week.

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Six Cleared To Contest Amputees Football Election

Six persons have been qualified to contest the May 25 Liberia Amputee Football Elections.The candidates cleared will all go on unopposed during the Friday elections at the Samuel Kenyon Doe Sports Complex. The candidates are Cooper George for the Presidency, Jonathan Wehyee 1st Vice President, and Samuel Tengbeh 2nd vice president Emmanuel Brown will contest the Secretary-General post, Boyle Johnson

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