Monthly Archives: October 2018

President Weah Makes Additional Appointments In Government Affecting Several Agencies.

Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah has made additional appointments in government, affecting the Judiciary, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Governance Commission, Small Arms Commission, Liberia Civil Aviation Authority and the Liberia Revenue Authority. The appointments also affect the Boards of several Agencies of Government including the National Port Authority, Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation, National Social Security & Welfare Corporation,

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Gender Ministry Lauds Pres. Weah’s Pronouncement On Free Tuition For Public Universities

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, (MGCSP) has termed as a practical boost for equal access to education to all including women and girls and welcomed Pres. George Weah’s recent pronouncement on Free Tuition for Public Universities. The Liberian Leader in his pronouncement on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, indicated that declaring a tuition-free public tertiary education shows his

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Big Boost – As AMEU, LCC Sign MOU To Find Business Needs

What is considered as a ‘big boost’ has ensued as the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) and the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to find out business needs for the country. The MOU reached on Monday in Monrovia will enable the two entities to collaborate and research together by finding out business needs, predict

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Vocational Skills Program, Other Services for Prisoners Soon

Prison Fellowship Liberia (PFL) is expected to launch a major prison project in the Country. The project seeks to provide basic skills for inmates in ten of Liberia’s fifteen counties. Prison Fellowship Liberia is also dedicated to providing healing for prisoners throughout the country. With the help of volunteers, education and restorative justice programs, mentoring, and legal assistance are available

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