Monthly Archives: July 2018

Liberian Jollof Rice Win 2018 Atlanta and Washington DC Jollof Festival

Liberia has won the 2nd annual Jollof Festival held by Afropolitan Insights at the historic Union Market in Washington, DC. Jollof otherwise known as Jollof Rice is an African cuisine popular in the West African Sub-region and cooked in different style depending on which country you visit. Recently, the topic has been trending on social media as to which country

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Breaking News: Liberia National Police Former Traffic Col. Director Mickey Gray Is Dead

Reports reaching The Monrovia Times indicates that former Traffic Director of the Liberian National Police Col. Mickey Gray is dead. Details surrounding the death of Col. Gray are sketchy but sources closer to the family says he died of Hypertension otherwise known as high blood pressure. Mickey Served the Liberian National Police with dedication and distinction for many years The

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Justice Ja’neh Fate Hangs

A top official of the Ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has disclosed plans for the impeachment of one of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia. The Vice Chairman for Political Affairs of the Ruling CDC who is also Motserrado County District # 8 Representative in the Legislature, Acarous Moses Gray, has confirmed that a bill of

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To Boost Environmental Monitoring – EPA receives 25 Motorbikes from UNDP

In an effort to boost environmental monitoring and data collection in Liberia, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has donated 25 motorbikes and accessories to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The donation was made on Monday, July 9, 2018, in Monrovia. Making the donation of the motorbikes keys to EPA boss Hon. Nathaniel T. Blama, Sr., UNDP Country Director, Dr.

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The Opportunity Given Me To Serve Is Not A Mistake- SRC Workers Union Chairman Reveals

The newly inducted Chairman of the Salala Agricultural Workers Union, Oldman Kollie has revealed that his colleagues did not make any mistake in giving him the opportunity to serve them. Mr. Kollie in his induction statement over the weekend disclosed that he has served the Union for the past fourteen years and with the experience and technique he has, it

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US$16,000 Worth Of Medical Equipment Donated

At least US$16,000.00 worth of medical equipment has been donated to clinics within Montserrado County. The materials which comprised Hospital’s Stretchers, Defibrillators, Anesthesia Machines, Patient Monitors, Sterilizers, EKG/ECG Machines, Surgical Tables, Blanket and Fluid Warmers among others were offered to four clinics in District # 17, Montserrado County. Speaking during the distribution exercise over the weekend, Montserrado County Representative, Hanson

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Relationship Sealed

In an effort to bond forces in fighting crimes, and to reduce pre-trial detention, community’s residents, police and other law enforcement officers and magistrates have unanimously agreed to solidify their relationship in protecting lives and properties. As part of their joint-agreement, the community’s residents vowed to report crimes and work with the police and courts to use Alternative Dispute Resolution

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