Monthly Archives: September 2018

Woman Killed, Parts Missing In Bong -As Fear Engulf Residents

Police in Bong County has launched an investigation into the ritual murder of Watta Binda a resident of the County. Watta Binda’s lifeless body was found with parts missing on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at her backyard in Gbartala, Yelequelleh District, Lower Bong County. Our Bong County Correspondent says there has been no arrest so far but the Bong County

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Over 30 Instructors Threaten Go Slow In Bong

At least thirty Instructors in Zota District, Bong County are threatening to lay down chalks for this academic year, if the Liberian government through the Ministry of Education doesn’t cater to them. According to report, it is unclear whether normal academic activities will continue in some part of the District as a result of the government alleged failure to support

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CU President Attributes Poor Enrollment To Economic Constraints

Cuttington University President Dr. Hermon Brown has attributed the drop in enrollment at the University to the current economic situation in the Country. Since taken over as President of the University, Dr. Brown Administration has seen a huge decline in enrollment at the University especially its Suakoko campus. Some students and faculty members have accused him of been the reason

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ISSA Inducts First Leadership In Decades

The Inter-School Sports Association (ISSA) has inducted a new leadership team. The new ISSA leadership comprising nine members was inducted Friday September 14, 2018, at the Right-To-Play office in Paynesville. A longtime member of the ISSA Secretariat Garyonleweh Zepu was appointed as President, while former Assistant Minister for Sports Murvee Gray was inducted as Vice President for administration. Emmanuel Wolofar

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