Monthly Archives: October 2018

Wildlife Trafficking Threat, Assessment Report Validated – Key Actors set to Turn the Wheel

A report including Wildlife Trafficking Threats and Assessment has been validated in Monrovia by the Liberian stakeholders who are involved within the enforcement of wildlife conservation and protection. The Forestry Development Authority (FDA), the National Fisheries and Aquaculture, the Liberian National Police, the Environmental Protection Agency, among others produced the validation exercise held in Monrovia on September 28, 2018. The

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“Audit The Past Government” Rufus Neuville Calls on Weah’s Government

The Chief of Protocol to Former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Rufus Neuville is calling on President George Manneh Weah to institute a rigorous audit against the past administration. Speaking on a local radio talk-show Monday, October 1, 2018 in Monrovia, Neuville claimed, the best way for the current administration to clear itself from the stint of corruption is for the CDC

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For Attempting To Kidnap Daycare Student, Police Arrest Two In Bong

Police in Bong County have arrested two suspects for allegedly kidnapping a daycare student in Gbarnga. According to the regional commander of the Women and Children Protection Division of the Liberian National Police Bong County Detachment Jerri Holder, suspects Peter Kollie was arrested on Monday, October 1, 2018, about 11: 45 am when he had gone to kidnap little courage

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Looming Fear Grips Water Sector

As the dry season is rapidly approaching it seems that Monrovia and its environs will face an acute shortage of safe drinking water owing to the rift between the water plastic dealers and the water companies. A month or two ago the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held a workshop with the Mineral Water Producers Association of Liberia (MIWPAL) about the

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“Take Drastic Decision If, Those Linked To Investigation Are Found Guilty” Archbishop Isaac Winker Tells President Weah

The Bishop of the Dominion Christian Fellowship has charged President George Weah to take a drastic stance in order to eradicate corruption from the Liberian society. Bishop Isaac Winker said a tougher measure is required to put an end to the menace of corruption and save the good image of his administration and the country. Commenting On the investigation of

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