Monthly Archives: August 2018

ECOWAS Delocalized Weeklong Meeting Kick Starts In Monrovia Today

A week long delocalized meeting of the ECOWAS parliament’ Joint Committee on Communication and Information Technology, Education, Science and Technology, Labor, Employment, Youth, Sports and Culture is expected to begin on Monday, August 27, 2018 on Capitol Hill in Monrovia. According to a release issued over the weekend by the House of Representatives Press Bureau, the meeting will be held

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LISCR FC Win Super Cup

The Liberia Football Association 2018 League curtain raiser (the LFA Super Cup) took place Saturday at a wet Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) in central Monrovia. Double Champions LISCR FC defeated Srimex FC 3-0 to win the Super Cup in front of three hundred fans. The first half of a “water controlled” match ended goalless despite chances created by both sides.

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MCC Boss Raps On Sustainable Energy, Climate Change Conference In Italy

The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson T. Koijee is currently in Rimini, Italy representing the Covenant of Mayors of South Sahara Africa (COM SSA) at a panel discussion on sustainable energy and Climate Change. This year’s conference which is been organized by the Directorate General of International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission focuses on “Sustainable Energy and climate

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Female Humanitarian Receives Best Humanitarian Of The Year Award

A female humanitarian from Panta District in Bong County, Madam Marvelene L. Sodone has received the best humanitarian of the year award in Montserrado County. Madam Marvelene, wife of the Chief Executive Officer of the Sodone Foundation in Liberia Fred T. Sodone was honored by the Happy Family Debate Network (HFDN) in collaboration with the Attractive Base Intellectual Forum (ABIF)

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MCSS Teachers Threaten Non-Violence Protest, If…

The Faculty Representative Council of the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association (MCSSTA) has threatened to stage a peaceful protest ahead of the reopening of school next month if the issues of salary increment and the provision of requisite teaching materials are not provided for them. Addressing a news conference over the weekend, the Chairman of MCSSTA Augustine N. Nyormui

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Margibi Leadership Dedicates Flag Pole Stage Project -Says It Is Self Initiative

Since the inception of his leadership on April 13, 2018 as Superintendent of Margibi County, the leadership of Hon. Jerry Varnie has implemented and dedicated a flagpole stage project which is considered to be the first initiative under his regime. The leadership of the County headed by the Superintendent in commemoration of Liberia’s 171st Flag Day celebration on August 24,

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