Monthly Archives: October 2018

“We Are Ready To Do The People’s Business” Speaker Chambers Tells Critics;

House Speaker Bhofal Chambers says all is now set for the House of Representatives to begin its long-awaited extra-ordinary session. According to Speaker Chambers, reasons for the delay are predicated upon the body’s own arrangement processes and not because of division among members of the House of Representatives as speculated by critics. He said the 54th Legislature especially the House

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Liberian Journalist Identifies with Disabled Community

Gloria T. Tamba, a young Liberian female journalist has identified with children of the disabled community by distributing food and non-food items including as part of her 24th birthday celebration in Monrovia over the weekend. Ms. Tamba described the celebration as a worthy cost especially giving back to society, “I could not have thought of a better way to celebrate

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Rep. Morris Donates 3.1M LD To Keep Students In College

Upon hearing the news that their fees were to be paid Monday morning, over hundred and forty students turned out on campus earlier awaiting Rep. Lawrence Morris’s arrival. The Montserrado County District One Representative was greeted with huge cheers and political slogans by the students. At a brief ceremony held to present the cash, Rep. Morris explained why he was

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NYI CEO Cautions Youth To Engage In Positive Ventures

Mr. Mohammed Nasser, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nasser Youth Initiatives (NYI) has called on young people across the Country to engage in positive undertakings in order to become self-reliance if they are to contribute to the transformations of the Country under the Weah led government. The Nasser Youth Initiatives is a Non-Governmental Organization established to give hope

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Flight Problem Caused Liberia Amputees World Cup Hindrance

The Liberia Amputees Football team failed to reach Mexico to participate in this year’s World Amputees Football World Cup. According to reports, the Liberian Amputees delegation got stranded in Accra Ghana after receiving visas on Friday. The team could not leave Accra before its first match on Sunday due to flight problem. The Ghanaian Amputees delegation also failed to leave

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