Monthly Archives: August 2018

44 Peace Crops Volunteers To Be Placed At Government High School Across The 15 Counties

U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder today swore-in 44 two-year Peace Corps Volunteers who will be placed at government high schools in the 15 counties of Liberia. The Peace Corps and Liberia’s Ministry of Education are working collaboratively to coordinate activities which will improve the lives of students in the country. Also present at the swearing-in ceremony was President George Manneh Weah

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Pro-Poor Takes Another Giant Step As Postal Ministry Creates Network To Access Government Operations

The Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Cllr. Cooper W. Kruah Sr. is urging Liberians home and abroad to access the government’s information network. Minister Kruah said everyone can now access the National ePortal via which provides a one-stop shop that facilitates access to government information and e-services. The minister spoke Thursday, August 16, 2018 at a CIO Council Workshop

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“I Don’t Support Nimba Division” Rep. Roger Domah Declares

For more than five years, there have been increasing calls for the division of Nimba County. The county has been the subject of intense power struggle (bickering, squabbling), since the end of the 2017 Presidential and General elections. The campaign for the division of the county has been allegedly masterminded by some influential people (politicians) in the county. The situation

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Mustapha Raji, Musa Shannon Registered To Contest LFA Presidency Again

Two persons have completed the nomination and registration procedures to contest the LFA Presidential election selected for September 8. The two according to the LFA Secretariat of the Liberia Football Association are former Liberia Football Association 1st Vice President Musa H. Shannon and LISCR FC President Mustapha I. Raji. They two are been scrutinize by the Elections Committee to determine

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Money Exchangers Decry Margibi Leadership Alleged Failure To Settle US$10,000 Debt

A local group under the banner “Harbel Super Market Money Exchangers” have decried the alleged failure of the Leadership of Margibi County to settle a US$10,000 debt it reportedly borrowed from them during the 2017/2018 National County Meet. The Harbel Super Market Money Exchangers speaking to newsmen at the seat of the County Superintendent (Kakata Administrative building) where they have

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