Monthly Archives: November 2018

Monrovia Faces Imminent Disaster If

Monrovia: Preliminary outcome of a study conducted on Monrovia Metropolitan areas has depicted scary pictures of imminent disaster if actions are not taken to immediately avert coastal erosion in several parts of Monrovia. The outcome of the ‘engineering and safeguards assessment’ on the coastal area of Monrovia Metropolitan areas released on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, at the Ministry of Foreign

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Two Lawmakers Differ over House ‘Probe’ of Missing Billions

Monrovia: The alleged mission billions Liberian Dollars debate has surfaced at the House of Representatives with some lawmakers opposing a separate investigation by plenary on the matter. Rep. Mariamu Fofana and Clarence Massaquoi both of Lofa County have surmised that the plenary’s decision to probe the missing billion indicates ‘vindication of Oneself’ out of the entire missing money saga, noting

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Mia Minister Pledges GOL Commitment To Protecting MNG Gold Investment

Liberia Internal Affairs Minister Varney A. Sirleaf has pledged the government commitment to protecting the company and its investment in Bong County, despite the killing of four persons by MNG Mining Company vehicle. Minister Varney A.Sirleafs at the same time promised authority of MNG Gold that those who vandalized their properties will be dealt with in accordance with the low

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Margibi District #5 Residents Hail Rep. Gahr For Organizing District Sitting

Residents of District #5 in Margibi have hailed the District Representative Clarence G. Gahr for organizing the first ever District Sitting in the Township and the District. The citizens making remarks at program marking the first Sitting of Electoral District #5 Development Council held at Yarwuellie Public School said this is the first time they are experiencing District Sitting in

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