Monthly Archives: September 2018

2,000 Health Workers Hit Gov’t’s Payroll -Increases Salaries Of Nurses & Doctors; Says Min. Tweah

Several health workers in Liberia have gained employment status with the Government of Liberia. Making the disclosure at the Information Ministry’s special press briefing recently, Finance Minister Samuel D. Tweah said the government has reached a decision of placing 2,000 health workers on its payroll. Besides placing the health workers on the payroll to gain employment status, Minister Tweah said

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BWI In Collaboration With GIZ Dedicates US$50,000 Project In Kakata

The Administration of the Booker T. Washington Institute in collaboration with GIZ has dedicated a modern Masonry section (shop) and two residential apartments at the Institute worth about fifty thousand United States dollar (US$50,000). The project which is funded by GIZ and implemented by BWI was dedicated recently at the American Corner Library located on the main campus of the

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New FAWUL Leadership Promises Adequate Representation

Days following their election, the new leadership of the Firestone Agricultural Workers Union has promised to adequately represent workers at the Firestone Rubber Plantation. The Chairman-elect of the Union, Mr. Abel Ngigie in an interview with newsmen at his Harbel office recently, said his leadership will consistently engage the management of the Company on issues affecting the workers. Mr. Ngigie

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‘Bogus Universities’ Warned -As NCHE Releases List of Accredited Higher Institutions

The National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE) has warned students of enrolling into fake or impersonating institutions, which are operating illegally in Liberia. NCHE is an autonomous agency of the Government of Liberia charged with the responsibility of regulating, evaluating, accrediting, and establishing institutions of higher learning in the country. The Commission caveat comes in the wake of the proliferation

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