Monthly Archives: July 2018

Kickball League Intensifies. With Big Guns Falling At The Weekend

There were wins for former Kickball Champ, Amazon, Royal Sisters, Current Champions ASK Sisters and League Leaders Success Sisters as the Liberia Kickball Federation National League intensifies. Amazon who haven’t been impressive since the start of the season, put up an impressive performance Saturday as they came from a home-run down to end Supreme Girls unbeaten run this season. Amazon

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Surprise Whea And Co Inducted To Lead LKF

The new leadership of the Liberia Kickball Federation (LKF) was inducted at the weekend at the Samuel Kenyon Doe Sports Complex. Emmanuel Surprise Whea was inducted as President, taking over from J. Yourvor Kollie who managed the Sport for eight years. Solomon Ward was inducted as Vice President for Administration taking over from Madam Amie Wesseh, while Evan Somah was

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For Polluting Water Sources, EPA Fines Bea Mountain Mining Corporation

The Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia has with immediate effect, fined the Bea Mountain Mining Corporation for reported water pollution in Gola Konneh District, Grand Cape Mount County. The Company has been fined 99,999.99 to be paid in Government revenue through the Liberia Revenue Authority with an official receipt presented to the EPA within 72 hours. A release from the

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Five Liberian Chess Stars Qualified For Georgia Olympiad

Five Liberian Chess players have booked qualification to this year’s Georgia Olympiad. The 2018 Olympiad will mark Liberia’s first participation at Chess’s biggest world event. The five qualified to represent Liberia at the competition after winning various challenges at the Liberia-Georgia Olympiad qualifiers. The five to represent Liberia are Jacob Jallah, Tom Sawyer, Barcon Harmon, James Tondo and Thomas Saah.

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‘Teach Patriotism in Schools’ Juli Endee Tells Government

Liberia’s cultural Ambassador has underscored the need for Liberian students to create love for their country if they are to take over from the older generation as national leaders in the near future. Madam Juli Endee also called for the teaching of patriotism in high schools, colleges and universities in the country. The renewed cultural Ambassador said Liberian students need

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“Be Patient” President Weah Tells Citizens

In an effort to calm the present tension brewing from all quarters of the country relative to the economic instability of the country, President George Manneh Weah has told Liberians to be patient while he advances ways to curb the economic woes. “The road to this transformation will be long, and sometimes difficult, and so we ask our people for

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