Monthly Archives: June 2018

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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Liberia Sports Ministry Takes Over Management of Lone Star and ATS

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has with immediate effect withdrawn the management of the National Soccer Teams the Lone Star and the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) from the Liberia Football Association (LFA) pending the conclusion of the LFA elections. The decision which was reached Wednesday, following a meeting with LFA’s Vice President for Administration, Sekou Konneh cited series of

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Foreign Ministry Acknowledges 50 Protocol Trainees

Foreign Minister Gbehzohngar Milton Findley has admonished newly trained protocol freshmen to be steadfast in their duty to the country as they would be called upon to perform some state functions. Mr. Findley, who presented certificates to the 50 trainees who had undergone prescribed two-week courses in Protocol and Etiquette, stated how excited he is with the trainees, whom he

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