Monthly Archives: June 2018

Rep. Goshua Wants Referral Hospital In District #5 Grand Bassa County

Grand Bassa County District #5 representative, Thomas Goshua has written plenary over the need to construct a referral health center in district #5, Grand Bassa County to ease the health needs of citizens of his district. District #5 is very large in land space with over thirty-five thousand (35,000) inhabitants. The lawmaker called was contained in a communication to speaker

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Liberia Needs True Patriots, Not Tourist.. Presidential Press Secretary Sam Mannah Lashes Out At ANC Alexander Cummings

Presidential Press Secretary Sam Mannah held no filters in his response to ANC Standards Bearer Alexander Cummings on Wednesday. The tough talking secretary said it is time the ANC political leader realized that governance is different from selling a bottle of coke. “While this is wishful thinking on the part of Mr. Cummings, I wish to inform him that governance

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House Mandates Pres. Weah to Source More Loan for Roads Construction To Lofa, ETC.

Over Sixty lawmakers have mandated the executive inclusive of President Weah to secure more loans for the construction of critical corridors in the country. The resolution came barely a day after the Senate ratified and concurred with the lower house on the two giant financing loan agreement for road construction in Liberia. Eton PLT Finance, Ltd, Loan Agreement and EBOMAF

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VP Taylor Signs Two Giant Loans On Roads Construction

Barely a day after the ratification of the EBOMAF loan agreement by the Liberia Legislature, Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has officially signed the Eton PLT Finance, Ltd. Loan and the EBOMAF Loan Agreement. Recently, His Excellency Pres. George Manneh Weah placed before 54th Legislature, the two proposed agreements for the securing of much-needed funds to tackle road challenges in the

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As Liberian Football League Remains In the Dark; Inter -Governmental League Takes Center Stage

The annual football and kickball tournament organized by the Youth and Sports Ministry for employees of all government ministries and agencies is back on in Liberia with scores of government appointees and their staffers turning out at various venues to take on their colleagues from other agencies. The tournament is played amongst none active athletes working at the various government

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For Breaching Liberian Constitution; Opposition Wants VP Jewel Howard-Taylor Brought To Task.

Three opposition collaborating parties in Liberia have accused Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor of breaching the Liberian Constitution. The Opposition Political Parties include Liberty Party, Unity Party, and the Alternative National Congress. The parties in their first statement to the public days after forming a collaboration accused Vice President Taylor of threatening to dismiss Commissioners in Bong County who are not

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