Monthly Archives: August 2018

“National Threat” Mayor Koijee Describes Increasing Stockpile Garbage Across Monrovia

The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson T. Koijee has described as a “national threat” the increasing amount of stockpile garbage around Monrovia and its environs and is calling on residents to collaborate with the city government in addressing the situation. Addressing a news conference Monday at his Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) office, Mayor Koijee said the municipal government is doing

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CSA New Director General Discloses Plans to Ensure Civil Servants Welfare

CSA-Welfare: The newly confirmed Director General of the Civil Service Agency has disclosed plans to empower civil servants for effective and efficient work throughout the country. Madam Laurine Johnson indicated that as part of her short-term plans for the revamping the agency, there is the need for collective efforts of all stakeholders in ensuring the protection of civil servants’ rights

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Local Farmers to Benefit From Agriculture Development Conference

The Liberia Agricultural Commodity Regulatory Authority (LACRA) has disclosed plans to have farmer’s conference that will trigger collaboration in the sector. The conference which is expected to take place shortly will help farmers to know mechanisms and frameworks that will give rise to farming activities in line with international regulations. LACRA holds the belief that the planned conference will further

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Citizen Arrest In Bong County Leads To Capture Of Two Suspected Arm Robbers

The Monrovia Times has gathered that citizens and residents of Zensue Clan, in Bong County District#2, have bravely arrested two suspected armed robbers who held a commercial motorcyclist at gunpoint. Addressing reporters recently at the Sub-Headquarters of the Liberia National Police (LNP) in Gbarnga, the Commander of the Crime Services Division, (CSD), John K. Flomo, disclosed that during Police investigation,

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Dr. Henric Marcus Speare Admonishes Liberians To Hold Together

The Founder of the St. Paul Ecumenical High School in Unification City, Lower Margibi County is admonishing Liberians to hold together if Liberia should move forward. Guest speaking at the 8th thanksgiving and award program of the Mother of Jesus Christ Catholic High School over the weekend in Dolo Town, Dr. Henric Marcus Speare said Liberia is going through political,

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