Monthly Archives: October 2018

Koijee Pushes MCC Agenda At World Parliament Of Mayors Conference In Bristol

The mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson T. Koijee is currently in Bristol, U.K attending the Global Parliament of Mayors Conference or GPM. Speaking at the opening session of the parliamentary gathering yesterday (Oct. 22, 2018), Mayor Koijee presented the position of the great city of Monrovia ranging from Health, Security, Agriculture, Youth Employment, Infrastructure, and Education. According to him, these sectors

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BYC Wins Double

The Championship race in the 2018 Liberia Football Association National League came to a climax at the weekend with Barrack Young Controllers out shinning LISCR FC and three other big clubs to the double. BYC won the LFA First Division Championship title and the Liberian FA Cup title in the space of three days, beating LPRC Oilers and LISCR FC

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Student, 28, Arrested with L$500,000 worth Of Drugs

The Liberia Drugs Enforcement Agency (LDEA), Bong County Detachment, have arrested a 28-year old man, believed to be a student of the Bong County Technical College (BCTC), with 79 kilograms of marijuana in Gbarnga, Bong County. The street value of the 79 kilograms of marijuana is placed at over five hundred fifty-three thousand Liberian dollars (L$553,000). According to the Commander

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Sorrows In Bong – As Allege “Chemical Spill” Affect Several Students

Hundreds of aggrieved students in Sayewhen Town and its environs have embarked on a two-day peaceful demonstration in the gold-rich Kokoyah District in Bong County following an abrupt closure of the school. The Monrovia Times has gathered that the school has been closed as a result of an alleged chemical spill including cyanide and mercury from a gold mining company,

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22-Bed Room Health Center To Be Dedicated In Margibi

A 22-bedroom health center located in Gotumo Town Community in Kakata City Margibi County is expected to be dedicated in the County very soon, officials have revealed. The Administrator and Officer-In-Charge of the Ma-Cynthia health center, Ballah Z. Flomo and Yassah Jallah in an interview with our reporter said the facility will be opened to the public on Wednesday, October

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