Monthly Archives: October 2018

President George Weah Randered All Public Universities In Liberia Tuition Free For Undergraduate Students.

President George Weah has rendered all public Universities including the University of Liberia tuition-free institutions while pledging his government fullest commitment to invest in the Human capital of the country. The new pronouncement by the Liberian is being seeing by many critics as one of the solutions to the many problems facing the University of Liberia. The chief executive decision

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More Than Me Rape Saga Deepens – As Students And Parents Protest School’s Closure And Katie Meyler’s Stay

Several Students and Parents of the “More Than Me” School today took to the streets of Monrovia protesting the innocent of the School’s Owner, US Educator Katie Meyler in the wake of reports of sexual abuse at the institutions. The news of sexual abuse of young girls at the “More Than Me” school took the airwaves through a report from

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Providence Farm Risks Closure As Margibi Labor Commissioner Summons Management

It has been revealed to The Monrovia Times Newspaper that Providence Farm (Ben Garnett Rubber Plantation) located in Gibi District Margibi County risks closure if its Management headed by Mr. Benjamin Garnett refuses to appear before The Labor Commissioner of Margibi County, Anthony Moses to give cause why it does not want to pay her employees and issue them safety

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Nimba United Appeal Suspensions On Coach Wreh and Two Players

Nimba United have taken an appeal against the suspensions of the Club’s head coach and two players. The LFA recently handed a six month and one-year suspension each on Coach Christopher Wreh and players Michael Fahnbulleh and Darlington Pailey. The LFA said the three reportedly violated the 2018 National League rules and regulations. According to the release, Coach Wreh and

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