Monthly Archives: July 2018

Chambers Appeals to China to Help Boost Liberia’s Agricultural Sector

House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has appealed to the People’s Republic of China to help boost Liberia’s Agricultural sector. According to him, it is important for the Chinese people to inculcate into Liberians some of their strategies used in feeding their over 1 billion population. He said despite the many construction projects being funded by the Chinese government, it is also

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In Moving to the New Annex Speaker Chambers Wants Women Lawmakers Prioritized

The Speaker of the House of Representatives Bhofal Chambers has said that women lawmakers will be prioritized in occupying the newly built offices of the legislature. Speaker Bhofal Chambers made the notation during an interactive discussion with journalists in Monrovia shortly after the annexes’ dedication. The new annexes were constructed as a result of inadequate spaces for lawmakers and additional

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Liberia Lines Up Sierra Leone Friendly

As Country Celebrates 171st Independence Day, the Liberia National Football team known as the Lone Star will this weekend (July 22, 2018) face the Leone Star of Sierra Leone in the first international friendly over three years. The Sunday’s friendly is part of the itinerary for the celebrations of Liberia’s 171st Independence Day commemoration. The Sierra Leone Football Association has

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Liberian Red Cross Donates Non-Food Items To Flood Affected People

The Liberian Red Cross Society in conjunction with the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) arrived in lower Margibi County with assorted non-food items for onsite distribution to internally displaced people as a result of heavy flooding in the area. “Our staff and volunteers are currently on the ground aiding the response effort and conducting details assessment. The humanitarian challenges on

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Govt. Mops Out Over L$239 Million

The Executive Mansion has disclosed in Monrovia that the Economic Management Team has, within two days, mop out over $239 Million Liberian dollars in excess liquidity out of the Liberian market. According to the Executive Mansion, in keeping with President George Weah’s mandate to infuse USD $25 million into the economy to mop out excess Liberian dollars on the market,

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Public School Principal Wants Gov’t Improves Infrastructures-Says They Are In Hell

The Principal of the E.J Yancy Public School in the Old Cassava Market, in Kakata City Margibi County wants the Government of Liberia to improve the infrastructures that are used for educational purposes. Mrs. Alice K. Teamah made the disclosure in an interview with newsmen at the official closing ceremony of the School in Kakata on Wednesday. The Principal said

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