Monthly Archives: October 2018

‘Nobody Is Sick’ – Bong Supt. Claims Ahead of EPA Probe

Bong County Superintendent, Esther Yamah Walker, has told The Monrovia Times that the situation in Sayweh Town, Kokoyah District, Bong County, is not alarming as it is being alleged. Superintendent Walker who visited the area on October 23, 2018, said nobody in the town is sick with the exception of a child who, according to her, was vomiting and subsequently

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As Fuel Shortage Hits Bong County: Senator Donates 180 Gallons Of Fuel To Street Sellers

Bong County Senator, Henry Willie Yallah, has donated one hundred eighty-five (185) gallons of diesel fuel to street petroleum sellers in Gbarnga, Bong County. The fuel donation, according to the Senator, is intended to enhance the operations of petroleum sellers who are popularly referred to as “camp boys.” Making the presentation of the fuel, The Administrative Assistant to Senator Yallah,

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SDGs Implementations Highlighted As JPC/CARITAS Ends Social Accountability Workshop

The Justice and Peace Commission in collaboration with Caritas Gbarnga have concluded a day-long training workshop with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Community Based Organizations (CBOs) including the media in localizing the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. It seeks to address

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In Margibi, Police Arrest Notorious Criminal

Police in Margibi County have arrested a 27-year-old notorious and dangerous criminal who has allegedly been terrorizing peaceful citizens in the County. A Police document in the possession of this Paper has it that suspect Amartu Marvey was arrested on Sunday, October 21, 2018 around the Zone Five Police Sub-station in Paynesville. The document indicated that Amartu has on several

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Nationwide Inter-High School Debate Kicks off Shortly As Youth For Change Calls For More Support

Youth for Change, a youth-oriented and intellectual organization, is expected to launch a nationwide high school debate targeting 150 schools from across the country. Youth For Change which is built on three cardinal pillars aimed at empowering, mentoring and proving intellectualism for upcoming youthful generations in an effort to boost the country’s educational sector through a series of debates and

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Reckless Driving Worries Educator As RADS Coordinator Wants Road Safety Education Taught To All

The Program Coordinator of the Royal Aid Driving School (RADS) in Gbarnga, Bong County, has attributed the huge number of accidents in the country to unprofessionalism and the unconscious act most drivers are involved with while the vehicle is in motion. According to William Farr, Liberians continue to die in senseless motor accidents because they refused to abide by the

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Fake Land Deed Backfires As LIS Officer Linked To Forging Fmr. President Sirleaf Signature

An independent investigation conducted by the Liberian Land Authority (LLA) has unearthed that an officer of the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) has forged the signature of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on an illegal land deed. The falsification of the public land deed was discovered when Madam Adriana Sirleaf filed a complaint against the LIS Officer Varney Gray who allegedly

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