Monthly Archives: September 2018

In Firestone, 76 Redundant Workers Seek Gov’t Intervention-As Senator Cooper Probes In

About Seventy-six (76) redundant workers of Firestone-Liberia residing in Gazon Reserve, Division #16 are seeking for the intervention of the government of Liberia after they were layoff by the Firestone Management. The redundant workers some of whom worked with the Company at its Rubber Wood department or factory in Division #16 were layoff by the Company recently due to what

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“Lone Star To Train In Brazil” – Orders President Weah

The Chief Patron of Sports, President George M. Weah has instructed Youth and Sports Minister D. Zeogar Wilson to ensure that the current Lone Star squad travels to Brazil for a special training camp. Minister Wilson speaking to State Radio Sports Monday said the President, who is a former Captain and Technical Director of the Senior National Football team of

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Rescue Mission for Wild Chimps Institutionalized As FDA, LCRP Ink MOU

The Forestry Development Authority (FDA) and the Liberia Chimpanzee Rescue and Protection (LCRP) have agreed in principle through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work collaboratively aimed at rescuing and protecting chimpanzee population living in the wild across the country. The Memorandum of Understanding, in the wisdom of both parties, uniquely recognizes the rights and protection of chimpanzees and other

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Mustapha Raji Takes Over LFA

Mustapha Raji was at the weekend handed the mantle of authority by football stakeholders to run Liberian Football for the next four years. Raji, the lone candidate in the LFA weekend’s Elective Congress was voted by stakeholders on a white ballot. Twenty-eight of the twenty-nine members at Congress voted to make Raji President of the LFA. Mustapha Raji, President of

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“Transcending Liberia’s Messy Educational System To World Class Is Attainable!” Part One (1)

Transcending Liberia’s messy educational system status to a world-class status is attainable if the most urgent challenges and solutions are given a look at. The inability of teachers to be academically accountable and their performances being regularly evaluated has been a significant factor in the degradation of the educational sector. Teachers are to be weekly checked as per the notes

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