Monthly Archives: August 2018

Rep. Attoh Donates 28 PCS Of Handsets, 5 PCS Of Digital Recorders To Diverse Groups In Margibi Worth Over US$ 1,500

Margibi electoral district #3 Representative Ellen A. Attoh with support from the Movement for Simple Change has donated 28 pieces of Handsets commonly known as walkie-talkie and 5 pieces of digital recorders to diverse groups of people in the County valued at over US$1,500. The groups include leaders of various communities, heads of five Community Radio Stations, Margibi Police detachment,

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Methodist Bishop Orders 4 GVG Graduating Students Expel As Principal, PTA Chairman Endorsed Decision

The Bishop of the United Methodist Church (UMC) Liberia area, Samuel J. Quire, Jr. has ordered the expulsion of four graduating students of the George V. Gibson Memorial United Methodist High School for exhibiting what he called “misbehavior” during the 14th graduation ceremony of the Institution over the weekend in Kakata Margibi County. The four students include Princess T. Josiah,

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‘Modest Error’ Speaker Chambers Described Supreme Court Prohibition

House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has termed recent Supreme Court prohibition on the ongoing impeachment process against Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh as a ‘modest error’. Speaking to a team of Legislative Reporters over the weekend, Speaker Chambers said, the House of Representatives has resolved to carry out its impeachment process against Justice Ja’neh despite Supreme Court placing an embargo on the

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