Monthly Archives: October 2018

Government Announces Increment In Gasoline Price – As Liberia Tops Lowest Fuel Price Listing In The Sub-Region

As Liberia maintains its place as one of the countries where petroleum products are sold at a lower rate in the West African sub-region, the Government of Liberia has with immediate effect increased prices of gasoline and diesel fuel on the local market. The announcement of the increment was contained in a petroleum price circular issued by the Liberia Petroleum

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CDC Candidate John Weah Promises Improved Access To Health; Education And Women Empowerment

The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) candidate in the pending Montserrado County District 13 By-election has vowed to enrich the district through full-scale women empowerment, quality health care delivery and improved educational system upon winning the vacant seat. The by-election came as a result of Hon Saah Joseph election as senator in the senatorial by-election which was created as a

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Firestone Management Dismisses Two FAWUL Officials – As Employees Threaten Strike Action

Barely weeks following their induction as heads of the Firestone Agricultural Workers Union of Liberia, the Management of Company has dismissed two officials of the Union. Those dismissed include the Chairman of the Union, Mr. Able Fallah Ngigie and Grievance Chairman, Edwin Fallah. Mr. Ngigie dismissal letter under the signature of the Human Resources Manager, Marion N. Wreh dated October

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“We Are Ready To Do The People’s Business” Speaker Chambers Tells Critics;

House Speaker Bhofal Chambers says all is now set for the House of Representatives to begin its long-awaited extra-ordinary session. According to Speaker Chambers, reasons for the delay are predicated upon the body’s own arrangement processes and not because of division among members of the House of Representatives as speculated by critics. He said the 54th Legislature especially the House

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Liberian Journalist Identifies with Disabled Community

Gloria T. Tamba, a young Liberian female journalist has identified with children of the disabled community by distributing food and non-food items including as part of her 24th birthday celebration in Monrovia over the weekend. Ms. Tamba described the celebration as a worthy cost especially giving back to society, “I could not have thought of a better way to celebrate

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