Monthly Archives: June 2018

House Instruct Committee To Probe Increment In US Rate

The plenary of the House of Representatives on Thursday, June 21, 2018, instructed its Committee on Banking and Currency to investigate into situations leading to the continuous increase in the foreign exchange between the Liberian Dollars and the United States Dollars. The decision of the body was triggered by a communication from Montserrado County District # 2 Representative, Jimmy W.

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“Perform Or Be Replace” – Pres. Weah Vows To Replace Non-performing Public Officials

Liberia’s President George Manneh during the week commissioned several of his cabinet ministers at his foreign affairs office in Monrovia. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs house the office of the president of Liberia. During the commissioning ceremony, President Weah vowed to replace any member of his cabinet who fails to perform or live up to the expectations of the Liberian

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Bong Senatorial Candidate Hails Great Commission Bible College Director

A candidate in the pending senatorial by-election in Bong County, Fairnoh Gbilah has hailed the Director of the Great Commission Bible College, Ishmael Togbah, and staffs for the establishment of the Institution, but cautioned them to be strong in times of challenges as they prepare for the future. He made the assertion when he served as guest speaker at the

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‘No More Hand Picking’ As Independent Orator To Be Vetted

The Government of Liberia will for the first time institute a vetting process in selecting a National Independence Day Orator. Making the disclosure at a joint press conference in Monrovia Thursday, the Assistant Minister for Children & Social Protection at the Ministry of Gender & Development, Mamina Carl said President George M. Weah has instructed a specialized committee, formulated from

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LFA Executives Make New Amendment To 2017 Amended Statutes.

Liberia Football Executive Committee members have made several changes to the current LFA Statutes in keeping with a FIFA mandate. According to report, nine of the recently elected Executive Committee members voted to make amendments to the local FA statutes at an Executive Committee sitting. The amended constitution has been sent to Zurich for FIFA to review and make a

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Motivational Speaker Reverend Luther Tarpeh Blasts Government For Taking Liberians For Granted.

Motivational Speaker, Rev. Luther Tarpeh says the government is taking the people of Liberia for granted while describing the current economic situation in the country as a crisis. Rev. Tarpeh said any serious government would inform its citizens on critical matters of uncertainty. According to him, the prices of major commodities have skyrocketed, and hunger has intensified among the larger

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