Monthly Archives: September 2018

Gongloe Files Writ Of Prohibition To Supreme Court

Cogent Information received by The Monrovia Times suggests that Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe has filed a Writ of Prohibition to the Supreme Court on his incarceration order by Judge Eva Mappy-Morgan. On Monday, Commercial Court resident Judge Mappy-Morgan ordered the incarceration of Cllr. Gongloe and others for twenty days for their alleged failure to properly advise their client, Brocius in an

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Former Margibi Senatorial Candidate Unveils Political Intention Ahead Of 2020

A former Senatorial Candidate in Margibi County, Gabriel Bedell has unveiled his political intention ahead of the 2020 mid-term Senatorial election in the County. Speaking to newsmen in Kakata on Wednesday, September 5, 2018, Mr. Bedell said his decision to contest in the pending election is based on the underdevelopment of the County which he hopes the 2020 election will

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Seven Arrested for Invasion of Sapo National Park

At least seven persons have been arrested for invasion of the Sapo National Park, the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), has disclosed. FDA, in a release issued in Monrovia Wednesday, September 5, 2018 identified those arrested and sent to court for prosecution as John Wetteh Jr., Abraham Abara, Prince Toe, Philip Gbarblow, Saytue Toe, George N. Weah, and John Sartee. In

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Liberia Lines Up Nigeria Friendly To Retire Weah’s #14 Lone Star Shirt

Liberia Senior Men’s Football team, the Lone Star will face the Super Eagles of Nigeria in an International Friendly Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at the Samuel Keyon Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville. The friendly between the two West African States will come on 48 hours after this weekend round of qualifiers in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. According to

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‘Salary Disparities’ at CARI Raise Eyebrows

Research Assistants at the Central Agriculture Research Institute (CARI) are demanding the Institution’s Board of Directors to increase their salaries. CARI was created in the 1980s by the Central Agricultural Experiment Station to conduct adaptive and applied researches in agriculture. Currently, there is dissatisfaction among staffs of the Institution following a call by Research Assistants many of whom are said

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Supt. Esther Walker Hosts Dialogue Meeting With Journalists in Bong

Bong County Superintendent Esther Nyamah Walker has ended a dialogue meeting with Journalists in the County. The dialogue which was held at the Gbarnga administrative building recently brought together Media Executives including reporters and Announcers of various Radio Stations. The meeting according to the Superintendent was intended to strengthen the relationship between the Media and her office. Madam Walker described

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