Monthly Archives: September 2018

VP Howard-Taylor Challenges Youth To Be Proactive As 800 Youth Begin Receiving Business Financial Aid

Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has challenged young people to be proactive in utilizing the many empowerment opportunities provided by government and partners to help change their living conditions. Vice President Howard-Taylor said if Liberia’s development and growth is to progress, Young People have to play a cardinal role. Madam Howard-Taylor said the government is not able to employ all

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Senator Cooper To Construct Inner Fence, Sitting Capacity At Nancy B. Doe Sports Stadium

Ahead of the 2018 National County Meet, the office of Margibi County Senior Senator has disclosed plans for the improvement of the Nancy B. Doe Sports Stadium in Kakata. The Administrator in the office of Senator Oscar A. Cooper disclosed that the Senator is working on plans for the construction of an inner fence. Mr. Gabriel Nyumah narrated that his

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“Premature and Disastrous” Sen. Milton Teahjay Terms Protesters Call For Economic Sanctions From International Community On Liberia

“Why call for an economic sanction from the International Community on a very young government of 8months when there are no facts surrounding this entire money saga?” Sinoe County Senator J. Milton Teahjay has totally disagreed with calls from Monday, September 24, 2018, protesters to place economic sanctions on the present government until the reported missing 16billion investigation is conducted

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“Resign Or Be Fired” – IREDD Asserts, Calls for Minister Tweh Immediate Dismissal

The Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD), has called for the immediate dismissal of the Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Samuel Tweah. Giving its position on the ‘Missing 16 Billion Liberian Dollars’ saga, IREDD said, it is baffled by the ‘high degree of misinformation’ coming from the Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Samuel Tweah, and the former

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Liberia’s Wood Industry To Get US$1m Grant

The African Development Bank’s Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA), has approved  a grant of US $1 million to Liberia, to provide  technical assistance to its fast-growing wood processing industry. The grant will strengthen the capacity of public and private sector players in the nation’s secondary wood processing industry and provide institutional support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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250 Ebola Orphans Get School Aid

About two hundred and fifty (250) Ebola orphans have gotten reason to smile as “Inner City Missions” a special program of the Christ Embassy Church underwrites their tuitions and other costs for 2018/2019 academic school year in the country. The tuition cost of the 250 Ebola orphans is put at thirty five thousand United States Dollars excluding the other assorted

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