Monthly Archives: October 2018

“Entrepreneurship Is Key To Unlocking Economic Development In Africa,” Says Tony Elumelu At TEF Forum

The Founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) says investing in African youths drives sustainable economic growth and development. Mr. Tony Elumelu said entrepreneurship is helpful to creating employment and eradicating poverty through job creation. According to him, African youths are restless and energetic to succeed but stressed the need for those in the public and private sectors to augment

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In Margibi, Woman Inflates Several Wounds On 15-Years-Old Boy

A woman only identified as Patience, commonly known as SAMPEE has allegedly inflated several wounds on the hands of a 15-year-old boy in Kakata Margibi County. Explaining his ordeal to The Monrovia Times Reporter at the Women and Children Protection Section (WACPS) of the Liberia National Police in Kakata on Sunday October 28, 2018; Mabutu Kromah said the incident occurred

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Giving Hope To The Hopeless – As Hope Foundation Put Smiles On The Faces Of Kids In Monrovia

As part of efforts to support the famous Pro-poor Agenda of the CDC – led government, the Hope for the Hopeless Foundation has embarked on a community feeding program for kids in Montserrado County. The Hope for the Hopeless Foundation is a local based humanitarian organization established for the sole purpose of giving hope to underprovided kids through several humanitarian

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President Weah Chairs Cabinet Meeting In Gbarnga

President George Manneh Weah over the weekend chaired a Special Cabinet Meeting in the city of Gbarnga, Bong County. The first special cabinet meeting to be held outside of Monrovia was intended to appraise various governance issues toward endorsing the Pro-Poor Agenda for Development and Prosperity (PADP) The special cabinet meeting was a precursor to the official launch of the

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ITF Sends Emissary To Liberia

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has expressed concern over Liberia’s lack of participation in its youth tournaments. The ITF says, despite the provision of material support to the Liberia Tennis Federation for the training of youth, Young tennis players from Liberia are not participating in the ITF youth games. Because of this, the International Tennis Federation send its East and

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