Monthly Archives: June 2018

“Illegal mining activities contributing to suffering In Gbapolu.” Gbapolu County Senator Daniel Naatehn Discloses.

Gbarpolu County Senator Daniel Naatehn says illegal mining activities in the county are contributing to the suffering of the people. According to him, the county is losing millions of dollars at the hands of foreigner while the people languish in poverty. Gbarpolu County which is located in western Liberia is endowed with natural resources with a little over 83 thousand

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Sen. Kaipay To Lobby Against Rush Passage Of Elton Finance Loan Agreement.

Grand Bassa County Senator Jonathan Kaipay has asserted that the Elton Finance loan agreement needs to be scrutinized in the best interest of the people before passage by the Liberians Senate. The Elton Finance loan agreement which is intended to build roads linking coastal counties was recently ratified by the House of Representative and is currently before the Senate for

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Ghana Risks Fifa Ban…Following Dissolution of Ghanaian FA By President Akufo-Addo

Source: Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo might be stepping on the toes of World Football Governing Body FIFA, by dissolving the Ghana Football Association (GFA) following a private investigative company, Tiger Eye PI documented rampant bribery and corruption in Ghanaian football. According to (a Ghanaian Online), Ghana’s Sports Minister Isaac Asiama has confirmed the dissolution and said all the GFA

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National Disaster Management Agency Reviews Five Years Plan In Kakata

The National Disaster Management Agency in Liberia is reviewing a five-year national action plan for disaster risk reduction in Liberia. Staffers of the Agency are participating in the ongoing review and validation process which is expected to end on Saturday, June 9, 2018. The Executive Director of the Agency, Henry O. Williams speaking to The Monrovia Times Newspaper in Kakata

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Zogoes’ Virus?

Following the cessation of the 15-year civil conflict in which thousands of Liberians lost their lives, the international community, UNMIL in collaboration with the Government of Liberia embarked on a project of disarmament, demobilization; reintegration and rehabilitation(DDRR) of those who participated actively in combat during the war. The program was designed to disarm, demobilize, rehabilitate and repatriate and train young

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