Monthly Archives: August 2018

Weah Arrives In Beijing -Meets With Chinese President Xi Jinping On Saturday

President George Manneh Weah and a high-level Liberian delegation have safely arrived in Beijing, People’s Republic of China (PRC) to join his African colleagues at the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China – Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). On hand to welcome President Weah and delegation at the Beijing International Capital Airport were Foreign Minister Gbehzohngar Findley, Defense Minister Daniel

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“False And Misleading” Government Rubbishes Rumor of Presidential Press Secretary Sam Manneh Suspension

Following claims and counterclaims of suspension hanging over the Presidential Press Secretary Sam Manneh, the Government of Liberia has broken silence on the suspension rumor of Mr. Manneh, terming the allegation as false and misleading. The government clarifications come in the wake of widespread speculations that the Presidential Press Secretary was suspended for allegedly gossiping about the President. But Addressing

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Stakeholders Brainstorm on ‘Ozone Depleting Substances Protocol’

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia and the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 held a one-day stakeholders training workshop on the amendment made to the Montreal Protocol. The Montreal Protocol is an international treaty designed to protect the ozone layer by phasing out the production of numerous substances that are responsible for ozone

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For Donating Several Building Materials, Kollie Cane Town Public School-Citizens Laud Senator Oscar A. Cooper

Citizens of Kollie Cane Town in District #4 Margibi County have lauded Senator Oscar A. Cooper for donating several building materials for the renovation of the only public school in the area. On Wednesday, August 29, 2018; Senator Cooper donated 22 bundles of zinc and 20 boxes of steel nail among others. The citizens speaking to newsmen during the time

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Women Issues Re-echoed As medica-Liberia, UNDP Concludes Gender Mainstreaming Workshop

In an effort to advance women’s human rights by ensuring gender is mainstreamed into Liberia’s ongoing security sector reform, medica Liberia (ML) in partnership with the Government of Liberia with support from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has completed a two-day Gender Mainstreaming Refresher Workshop with Gender Focal Points and Advisors of various Gender Units within national security institutions. The

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Liberia National Bar Association Distance Itself From Counselor Arthur Johnson

The Liberia National Bar Association has termed as baseless and irresponsible call by Counselor Arthur Johnson asking all legal practitioner to stay away from courts and all legal works for three days in protest to the legislature disobedience to the Supreme Court Writ of Prohibition. It can be recalled on Monday, August 27 Counselor Arthur Johnson, one of the legal

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