Monthly Archives: June 2018

‘Flooded’ Monrovia

A comprehensive survey conducted by a local media outlet, Media Public Trust, has revealed, among other things, that urban and rural areas in Liberia will continue to experience flooding during the rainy season if nothing is done by central government to arrest the situation. In a full report published recently, the local media outlet documented in details reasons for the

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NHA Terminates Several Construction Contracts – Suspends Others

The Management of National Housing Authority has with immediate effect, terminated all construction contracts for a number of companies and is also requesting restitution of funds previously given for the implementation of these real estate contracts without proper evidence of construction. Those companies, according to a release, include Tookon Construction Incorporated; Alisa Construction Company (Alisa Group);. Access Construction – no

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BWI 89th Founder’s Day Celebration On Course -Principal Tarnue Asserts, Several Projects To Be Dedicated

The Principal of the Booker T. Washington Institute (BWI), Atty. Harris Fomba Tarnue says his administration is on course with the celebration of the 89th founder’s day celebration slated for June 29th and 30th 2018. The Principal on Wednesday told newsman that all is now set for the celebration which will be characterized by the dedication of several projects, football

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Government Congratulates ‘Athletics Team’

The Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Youth and Sports has paid tribute to ‘Athletic Team Liberia’ for representing the country and clenching two medals in the U-20 Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Athletics Championship. Liberia’s male shot put athlete Charles Gbelia won Silver Medal, while female shot put star Lawrina Peace Cooper won a Bronze Medal

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Montserrado, Margibi Dogs ‘Infected’ With Rabies…Over 2,000 Human Exposures Reported

One Health Coordination Platform has disclosed that dogs in Liberia have been infected with Canine Rabies. Rabies is a deadly but preventable disease, transmitted from an infected/rabid animal. Licks on open sores and scratches from infected animals may also pose a risk to developing rabies. Headed by Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor, One Health Coordination Platform is inclusive of the

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“Corruption Must Be Fought With Seriousness In Liberia” – Rev. Johnson Declares

The General Overseer of the Restoration Baptist Ministries, Rev. Gardea Johnson says “the fight against corruption had never been and is presently not an honest and sincere fight,” while calling for the resignation and investigation of the head of the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC), Cllr James Verdier. The call for the resignation and probe of the LACC’s boss follows

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