Monthly Archives: August 2018

President Weah Nominates Cllr. Joseph N. Nagbe To Replace Justice Philip Banks

Monrovia, Liberia: Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah has nominated Sinoe County Senator, Cllr. Joseph N. Nagbe as Associate Justice to the Honourable Supreme Court of Liberia, replacing retired Justice Philip A. Z. Banks.   Justice Banks earlier this year retired from the Supreme Court of Liberia in keeping with the constitution provision, having served eight years on the bench. Article

Read more

Speaker Chambers Hits At Ellen Again

House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has again shifted blames on the past administration of former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf for not working in the interest of Liberian people over the last twelve years. Speaking at a gathering Tuesday, August 7, 2018 in his Pleebo Sudekein District, Maryland County, Speaker Chambers said, one reason why developmental projects were not executed in most parts

Read more

Woman, 30, Commits Suicide

A 30-year old woman, identified as Gbarngo Mulbah, has allegedly committed suicide in Lelekpayeah Community Quarter six, in Gbarnga, Bong County. The lifeless body of Madam Gbarngo Mulbah was discovered over the weekend hanging to an unfinished building in the community with a lapper and T-Shirt tied to her neck. Some eyewitnesses who spoke in an interview with reporters in

Read more

“Food Security, Nutrition Are Recognized As Important Development Of Any Country” -Says FAO Rep. In Liberia

United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Representative in Liberia Madam, Mariaton Njie, says food security and nutrition are recognized as important for the overall development of any nation and have been highlighted among the long-term fundamental issues in national Economic Development. Speaking through a proxy Mr. Jesse Yuan, a staff of the Program support unit of the FAO, said

Read more

NHA To Begin Housing Demand Survey Across Liberia, Including Ministries & Agencies

The management of National Housing Authority (NHA) has announced that it will begin a housing demand survey exercise throughout the country including GOL line ministries and agencies to inform its decision on the number of homes to build. According to a press release, Hon. Duannah Siryon, Managing Director at the National Housing Authority said the exercise is necessary and will

Read more
« Older Entries