Monthly Archives: July 2018

Weah Desires National Unity

President George Mannah Weah has reiterated called for Liberians to think and act positively in the development of the country. President Weah said Liberians will move forward with peace and progress if the citizens embrace one another as people with a common destiny and sincerely work together in the best interest of the nation. The Liberian leader made these remarks

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MOE Introduces New Program In Liberia’s Educational System

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has introduced a new program in the Country’s educational system. The new program according to the Education Minister, Dao Ansu Sonii will see students divided into two different groups in the country. Professor Sonii said beginning September of 2018, Students who are science intellect will be placed in a science program while students who do

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Margibi County Lawmaker Threatens To Stay-Away From Independence Program

Margibi County District one Representative says he would protest by staying away from the official program of Liberia’s 171stIndependence Day Celebration. Rep. Tebelrosa Tarponweh said his action is bordered on the unprecedented flood that is affecting citizens of his district. According to him, the situation over the few days has left thousands of his residents displaced and homeless; something he

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BWI Is Prepared To Help The President Achieve His Set Goals-Board Of Governors Assures President Weah

The Board of Governors of the Booker T. Washington Institute has assured President George Manneh Weah of its preparedness to helping his Government achieves her set goals. The Secretary to the Board and Principal of the BWI, Atty. Harris Fomba Tarnue reading a message on behalf of his Board Chair (Jackson F. Paye) at program marking the graduation and hand-over

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Assistant Commerce Minister Extolls Development Partners For Support To TEVET Education

The Assistant Minister for Industry at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has extolled development partners for their tireless efforts especially the Japanese Government and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) for their continuous support in buttressing government’s effort to provide Technical and Vocational Education to the citizenry of Liberia. Assistant Minister Morris K. Siryon speaking at the graduation

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For Touching Lives Of Liberian Refugees: Nigerian Philanthropist Wins Int’l Humanitarian Award

A Nigerian philanthropist has been crowned the winner of the International Humanitarian Award at the just ended Golden Image Award (GIA) ceremony held in Monrovia for his continued selfless services to humanity over the years. Founded in 2011, the GIA is an annual awards ceremony organized by the Liberia Crusaders for Peace (LCP) and executed by the GIA Secretariat. The

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