Monthly Archives: August 2018

Wenger Gets Liberia Highest Honour.

Liberia’s president George Weah had nothing but praise as he presented his nation highest honour to his former Manager Arsene Wenger. Weah presented Wenger with the Knight Grand Commander of the Humane Order of African Redemption, Liberia highest honour. During the presentation, Weah said Wenger proved himself as a teacher when he revolutionized scouting talents from all over the planet.

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Nimba Citizens Want Impeachment Of J’aneh Halted

Citizens of Nimba County have described as unconstitutional and political maneuvers attempts by the Lower House to impeach Associate Justice Kabineh J’aneh. The citizens including cross sections of elders, women and youth said attempts to impeach Associate Kabineh J’aneh; a son of Nimba does not promote reconciliation and national unification. In a statement Thursday, the citizens called on President George

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LBS Confirmed the Death of Journalist Prince Tulay – As Director General Rennie Describes Him as Brilliant

Authorities of the Liberia Broadcasting Service have confirmed the death of Journalist Prince Turlay. Report says Journalist Prince Tulay died at the John F. Kennedy Hospital in Monrovia. News of the Liberian Journalist’s death broke Thursday to the dismay of the media community and fans. The Director-General, of the Liberia Broadcasting System Ledgerhood Rennie said the death news Prince Tulay

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Former Senator Inducted KRTTI Director-Promises Better Teacher Training Institute

A former Senator of Margibi County, George B. Kpenneh has been inducted into office as Director of the Kakata Rural Teacher Training Institute (KRTTI) replacing Mr. Shadrach Y. Kerl who served the Institution for the past 3-years. On August 7, 2018, the Ministry of Education served former Senator Kpenneh letter of appointment to lead the Institute. Mr. Kpenneh’s appointment according

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