Monthly Archives: August 2018

President Weah To Honor Arsène Wenger

Former A.S. Monaco and Arsenal Coach Arsène Wenger, will Friday be given Liberia’s highest honor by the Chief Patron of Sports, President George Weah, a former player of the French man. Arsène Wenger gave President Weah, the only African to have won the World Player of the Year, his first professional contract in Europe when he signed the Liberian in

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Several Public Schools ‘Inflate Tuition Fees’ – CODRA Raises Alarm

The Community Development and Research Agency (CODRA) says it has observed with grave concern that some public schools in the Bong County School System are “unscrupulously overcharging” parents above the required fees by the Ministry of Education 2018-2019 Academic Calendar. Speaking in an interview with The Monrovia Times Bong County Correspondent over the weekend, the Executive Director of CODRA, Lassanah

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ACDF Greases LIMPAC’s Elbow

The Liberia Macroeconomic Policy Analysis Center (LIMPAC) at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning with support from the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) has completed circle one of its capacity building training program. The first circle training, which lasted over the period of three weeks, focused on the usage of MS-Word for report writing and Ms. Excel for data

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Over 43,000 Tested Positive For HIV – NAC Discloses

The National AIDS Commission (NAC) has disclosed that more than 43,000 persons have been tested positive for the HIV Virus in Liberia. The Head of the Commission, Madam Theodosia Kolee, made the startling revelation over the weekend at the end of five-day intensive adolescence training of Peer Educators on HIV testing awareness in Sinkor, Monrovia. Madam Kolee also pointed out

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Shannon vs Raji In LFA Presidential Election

Musa Shannon and Mustapha Raji have both been cleared to contest the LFA Presidency. The election to find Musa Bility’s replacement as President of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) is due to take place Saturday, September 8 in Monrovia. Though the LFA elections committee led by Atty. Sarfuah Gray failed to announce the candidates at a news conference on Friday,

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Senator Cooper Wants Urgent Attention Given To Early Childhood, Female Education

Margibi County Senator Oscar A. Cooper has expressed the need for urgent attention to be given to early childhood and female education in Liberia by educational stakeholders including the Ministry of Education and schools Administrators. The Margibi Lawmaker stated that early childhood education sets the foundation for the young people especially learning phonics and learning how to read. Senator Cooper

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