Monthly Archives: September 2018

Weah’s #14 Jersey Retired With 2-1 Defeat for Liberia

The Liberian government Tuesday retired the famous number 14 jersey which was worn by Soccer Legend, now President of Liberia, H.E. George Manneh Oppong Weah. The retirement ceremony of the famous #14 shirt of the Lone Star was graced by a special international friendly between Liberia Lone Star and Nigeria’s Super Eagles at the Samuel Keyon Doe Sports Complex in

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Fahngon Between The Scissors – As Legislative Contempt Charge Hangs Over Him

The House of Representatives on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 issued a legislative contempt charge against Deputy Information Minister, Eugene Fahngon for failing to adhere to an official communication sent to him by the body. It can be recalled, Deputy Minister Fahngon and Representative Edwin Melvin Snowe of Bomi County were seeing in a circulated social media video exchanging war of

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For Allowing A “Murder’ Suspect” To Escape Prison: 9 LNP Officers Indefinitely Suspended

Updated The Inspector General of the Liberian National Police, Patrick Sudue has disclosed that he has indefinitely suspended nine law enforcement officers for allowing a murder suspect escape prison under their watch instead of two as previously reported by The Monrovia Times. Speaking to journalists following an hour of closed-door meeting with the House of Representatives plenary on Tuesday, September

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Liberia To Get 2.5 Billion Grant For Infrastructural Development – Minister Tweh Discloses

Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel Tweh has wrapped up the developmental outcome for Liberia, from the just ended Africa China Summit held in Bejing. Addressing a news conference Tuesday at the Ministry of Information, Minister Tweh noted that the Liberian delegation to China was able to bag 2.5 billion, which according to him will go to improve infrastructural development.

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Margibi Labor Commissioner Warns Against Bad Labor Practices

The Labor Commissioner of Margibi County, Anthony O. Moses has warned against bad Labor practices, threatening to fine those involved or shut down their entities. Mr. Moses in an interview with this writer earlier this week said there are some Liberian own entities that are involved in the act of carrying out bad labor practices against their own people adding

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“You Don’t Need A License To Save Lives” – LNRCS Tell Liberians

On World “First Aid Day” under the theme “First Response to Road Crashes”, the Liberia National Red Cross Society (LNRCS) is encouraging the public to take interest in learning first aid to help reduce the number of injuries and deaths in roads accidents in Liberia. Around 1.25 million people worldwide lose their lives yearly as a result of road traffic

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