Monthly Archives: June 2018

For The Construction of Ganta To Yekepa Roads: Property Owners Start Receiving Payouts

Residents along the highway from Ganta to Tappita are expected to soon receive payments for properties that would be affected by the pending road constructions. Ganta’s Mayor Amos Suah informed the public earlier in the week that affected property owners should begin seeking information from his office for details on how they can receive their payments. The mayor’s office scheduled

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Education Minister Rehires Teachers

Education Minister Ansu Sonii has ordered about 28 teachers dismissed during the September 2016 student protests in Margibi to be reinstated. Over 2,500 students demonstrated in Margibi, vandalizing properties and blocking major highways, in an attempt to claim government’s attention over the absence of teachers in their classrooms. The students mostly came from the Harbel Multilateral High School, Robert Stanley

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Rep. Attoh To Launch Women Empowerment Fund Drive In Kakata – Dedicates Modern Palava Hut

In her quest to build up the capacity of what she termed as business-minded women in her constituency, Margibi electoral District #3 Representative Ellen A. Attoh will on Saturday, June 16, 2018 launch a women empowerment fund drive in Kakata Margibi County. The Lawmaker over the weekend told reporters that the fund drive is intended to empower rural women and

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Gender Ministry Begins 2nd All Men’s Confab In Bong County

A three-day ‘All Men’s Conference’ under the theme: ‘Gender equality: A call for men’s action NOW—Repair the past and push women forward’ has kicked off in Gbarnga, Bong County. According to a Gender Ministry Release issued on Monday, the national conference is being convened under the auspices of the Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection with support from the

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Meeting For The First Time: US President Donald Trump And North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Shake Hands

US President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made history on Monday, June 11, 2018, when they shook hands for the first time in Singapore. The meeting geared towards strengthening relations between the two countries as they start discussions that could open the door to negotiations on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula marked the first in history between

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