Monthly Archives: October 2018

Breaking: President Weah Reinstate ‘Aggressive’ Jamima Wolokollie

President George Manneh Weah has reinstated Ms. JamimaWolokollie to her position as Deputy Minister of Commerce for Small Business with immediate effect. Madam Wolokollie in May this year was indefinitely suspended by the president for allegedly disrespecting her boss, Commerce Minister Prof. Wilson K. Tarpeh.  Following her indefinite suspension, the ‘aggressive’ Deputy Commerce Minister has since accused her boss of conniving with

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CDC Ties Liberty Party To Alleged Missing Billions

– Wants Party Probed Over Fleet Of Vehicles Procured For 2017 Elections Governing CDC wants opposition Liberty Party probed over a fleet of vehicles procured during last year’s election; says the pick-ups were brought in when the reported missing billions were printed. The National Chairman of the governing Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) Mulbah Morlu has called on the special

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Over Motorbikes Registration, Senator Cooper Launches Appeal To Transport Ministry On Behalf Of Motorcyclists In Margibi

Margibi County Senator, Oscar A. Cooper has launched an appeal to the Ministry of Transport on behalf of Motorcyclists in the County to reduce the US$50 charged for lesson plate to US$25 and to also extend the registration time announced by the Ministry. It can be recalled that the Ministry last week announced that all was set for the commencement

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Liberia Chess Federation President Elected To Chess Executive Board

The President of the Liberia Chess Federation William Thompson became the happiest man at the just ended 89th World Chess Congress in Batumi Georgia. Besides overseeing his country greatly improved rating, William Thompson was elected as one of the Executives of World Chess. Thompson defeated a couple of other challenges to win a seat on the FIDE Executive Board, becoming

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“We Are The Least Funded College” Harbel College’s President Reveals

The President of Harbel College (HARCO) in Lower Margibi County, Syrulwa Somah has revealed that the College is the least funded College in Liberia. Mr. Somah told this writer over the weekend that the Institution is the most sophisticated, relevant and curriculum developed College in Liberia that can provide skill and the manpower needed for the development of the Country,

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