Monthly Archives: August 2018

Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor Declared Assets To Liberia Anti-corruption Commission (LACC)

Liberia’s Vice President, Chief Dr. Jewel Howard-Taylor, has filed her 2018 assets declaration with the Liberia Anti-corruption Commission (LACC). The Vice President’s declaration comes a week after His Excellency President George M. Weah did same. In receiving the declaration the LACC issued the Declaration of Income, Assets and Liability Acknowledgment instrument, officially confirming that it received the declaration of personal

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Liberia Electricity Cooperation To Connect 33.000 Customers Across Liberia.

The Liberia Electricity Cooperation has announced the extension of its services to over 33.000 customers in various communities across Liberia. The LEC said the initiative is under the Liberia Accelerated Electricity Expansion Project – Additional Financing program and is expected to be completed by the end of 2019. The 33,000 Customers expected to be connected will come from the below

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New CBL Boss Vow Rigorous Changes

The newly appointed Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), Nathaniel Patray has vowed to institute rigorous changes at the nation’s premier banker’s bank. Speaking at his official taking over ceremony of the institution in Monrovia Monday, August 6, 2018, Governor Patray said he will ensure that it will not be business as usual at the CBL-where employees were

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LFA Wahala Reignited

Word or words have ensured among key actors of Liberia Football Association as the controversy surrounding the staging of the 2018 President’s Cup intensifies. The President’s Cup was due to commence Saturday, August 2018 at the ATS, but a communication from the LFA Secretary General Emmanuel Deah informed participating clubs that the tournament has been put on hold until further

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Liberian Educator Wants 24 Percent Increment In National Budget For Education

A Liberian educator and Principal of the Kakata Community College (KCC) in Kakata Margibi County, Anthony M. Jallah wants the Government of Liberia allocate twenty-five percent of its revenue in the national budget to support the educational system of Liberia. Mr. Jallah giving his academy report at souvenir program marking the 17th thanksgiving and commencement convocation of the KCC said

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