Monthly Archives: November 2018

“Break The Chains Of Impunity” Veteran Lawyer Wants Pres. Weah Prosecute Those Implicated In The 16 Billion Investigation

MONROVIA: As foreign investigators continue their probing into the alleged missing 16 billion chronicles, a veteran Liberian lawyer has called on President George M. Weah to take drastic measures against individuals who will be indicted following the release of the investigator’s report. According to Cllr. John M. Togba II, President Weah should do everything in his power to bring relived

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Nigerian Student Leaders To Meet Pres. Weah In Liberia

The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) says it will be meeting with Liberian President George Manneh Weah and also take part in the inauguration of the country’s National Students’ Union. The National Public Relations Officer (PRO)of NANS, Mr. Azeez Adeyemi, disclosed this in a statement in Abeokuta over the weekend. Adeyemi said that the interactive session

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National Council Of Chiefs And Elders, Local Women Group Commence Harvest In Bong

A group of women under the National Council of Chiefs and Elders has commenced the harvesting of about four hectares of upland rice it planted this farming season. The National Coordinator of the National Traditional Council of Chiefs and Elders Madam Ceita Saah Fofanah at the official ceremony on the Ganta Highway outside Gbarnga commended the women for the step

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NTD Ambassador Donates To Leprosy Center In Bong

The Ambassador of Neglected Tropical Diseases under the Ministry of Health has donated several pieces of mattresses to the Suakoko Leprosy Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Evelyn Kandakai said the donation was her own way of identifying with lepers at the Leprosy Center. The Leprosy Rehabilitation Center in Suakoko was set up during the regime of late President William V.S. Tubman for

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No Clinic, No Safe Drinking Water -Mafelah’s Town Residents Cry for Safe Drinking Water

In an effort to achieving the objectives of the pro-poor agenda for development and prosperity, residents of Mafelah’s Town in Bong County are calling on the government of Liberia through the Ministry of Public Works and the WASH sector through their local authorities to help provide safe drinking water for them in the area. Mafelah’s Town is located in Suakoko

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