Monthly Archives: August 2018

To Implement Public Projects: Local Construction Company Must Be Prioritized – ALLCC Declares

The Association of Liberia Construction Contractors (ALCC) has called on the Government of Liberia (GoL) to prioritize local contractors in the provision of contracts. Speaking to The Monrovia Times Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at the Association’s head office in Paynesville, ALCC President Sackie Johnson said it is now time for the Government to invest more in Liberian construction contractors rather

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25 Female Journalists Trained in Digital Security

Digital-Security-Training: In an effort to strengthen women Journalists capacity in ICT, 25 female journalists have been trained in Digital security by the West African ICT Action Network (WAICTANET). WAICTANET in partnership with the Female Journalists Association of Liberia (FeJAL) concluded a two day Internet Communication Technology training in Monrovia. The training aimed at enhancing women journalists’ capacity as a means

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“A Great Move” ALJA Welcomes Govt. And Opposition Political Parties’ Consultative Talk

The Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) has described the recent consultative talk hosted by President, George Manneh Weah, and representatives of some political parties in Liberia, as a positive development in the nation’s quest for peaceful co-existence. The Association said the August 15, 2018, high profile gathering which brought together the President and eminent politicians of the

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LIBTELCO To Rollout Internet Connections In Universities, Others

The Liberia Telecommunications Corporation (LIBTELCO) is expected to roll out the much talked about School Connect Internet service that seeks to provide affordable high-speed internet connectivity with Wi-Fi access to schools, training centers, and universities, under a partnership arrangement. Data Synergy, a local Liberian Technology company headed by Nyenoh Waylee as the Chief Executive officer of the firm that has

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Arsene Wenger In Liberia

Ex-A.S. Monaco and Arsenal Coach Arsene Wenger arrived in Liberia Wednesday as a guest of Liberia’s Chief Patron of Sports President George Weah. The 68-year-old Frenchman arrived in the country via the Roberts International Airport at a huge welcome of hundreds of Arsenal Fans. The former Arsenal Coach was received upon arrival by Youth and Sports Minister D. Zeogar Wilson

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