Monthly Archives: November 2018

CDC Government Scores High On Democracy – A New NAYMOTE Survey Shows

It is evident, that democracy in Liberia today is a far cry from post-war Liberia. And the latest citizen’s perception survey conducted by the National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections NAYMOTE has shown that citizens across Liberia are satisfied with the way democracy is working in Liberia. Established in 2001 by students’ leaders and activists, NAYMOTE is one of Liberia’s

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Zogos To Petition President Weah – Promises A Drug Free Society

Over three thousands drug users from thirty-five ghettos in Liberia are expected to petition President George Weah about their commitment to make Liberia a drug free society. The petition march which is coordinated by the West Africa Network of CSOs on Substance Abuse in collaboration with the Consolidated Youth for Peace & Development and the Association of Progressive Youth of

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VP Taylor Provides Medical Equipment At Health Center In Bong

The Office of Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has brought into the Country a consignment of medical equipment and furniture for the opening of the Sekou Amah Toure Health Center in Jorwah Panta District, Bong County. The Sekou Amah Toure Health Center which was rehabilitated by the Liberian Vice President a few years ago was looted and later set ablaze

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Cooper Farm CEO James Cooper BreakS Silence Over Disappearance From Country

Renowned Liberian Business Man James Cooper has described as lies and visual attacked on his business, report that he absconded from the country over fear of court ruling. James Cooper, CEO of the Cooper Farm and Cooper Rubber Processing Plant clarification comes in the wake of widespread speculation that is insinuated in the public against him, by Bomi Senator Sando

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