Monthly Archives: July 2018

Supreme Court Place Stay Order On President Weah’s Appointment

The Supreme Court of Liberia has placed a stay order on the removal of Liberia Deputy Commissioner, permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Isaac Jackson from his post. Jackson through his lawyer Arthur Johnson filed a petition on the Supreme Court requesting that body to issue a prohibition arguing that his removal was illegal and unconstitutional. According to

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Weah’s Government Non-Compliance To Asset Declaration Says LACC Boss Cllr. James Verdier

The Chairman of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission says the refusal of government officials to declare their assets is a violation of the Code of Conduct. Cllr. James Verdier said since the inception of the Weah-Taylor administration, the LACC does not have a considerable number of public officials who have declared their assets. In an exclusive interview with OK FM Wednesday,

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Heavy Rain And Thieves Give Citizens Sleepless Nights In Kakata-As Community Chairlady Appeals For Help

With nearly three months to the end of the rainy season in Liberia, the constant downpour of rain and criminal activities are said to be causing sleepless night for residents of Kissi Community in Kakata City Margibi County. The Chairlady of the Community, Oretha Charlie speaking toThe Monrovia Times in Kakata on Wednesday, July 4, 2018, said the heavy downpour

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On Gbarnga-Monrovia Highway:Five Killed In Tragic Motor Accident -11 Others Injured

At least five persons have been killed and 11 others wounded in a motor accident which occurred along the Gbarnga-Monrovia Highway. The tragic incident happened on Monday between Suakoko and Barclay Farm, according to our Bong County Correspondent. The accident which occurred at about 8: 00 PM involves two private vehicles including a commercial taxi and a bus. The commercial

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21,580 High School Seniors Fail 2018 WASSCE Exam

The West African Examination Council has released provisional results for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School candidates. The 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates was administered at 216 centers from April 3 to 20, 2018. The result shows that out of 33,124 candidates who sat the West African Senior School Certificate

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“Making Animal Sacrifices Won’t Take My Job Away”-Acting NPA Boss Cecelia Cuffy Brown Alleges.

The Acting Managing Director of the National Port Authority says she is not jittered by individuals who are allegedly making Animal Sacrifice to take her job. Madam Cecelia Cuffy Brown noted that the Lord is her strength, stressing that her work in the last six months will justify her stay at the port as Managing Director. The NPA boss comment

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Tipoteh Raps On The Importance of Cultural Education For Liberians

Veteran Liberian Educator and Politician, Dr. Togba Nah- Tipoteh is urging the Government of Liberia to provide opportunities where Liberians will have access to learn more about their culture rather than just gaining western education. In a brief perspective paper which is being published under titled: “Education and National Decision Making,” Dr. Tipoteh said it is not just enough for

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