Monthly Archives: November 2018

Disabled Community In Rivercess Divided Over Leadership

Cestos City–Serious Confusion is said to be booming in Rivercess over who heads the disabled community of the county. Over the past four months, there has been hauling and pulling over the leadership of the Disabled community. The Coordinator of the National Union of the Organization of the Disabled (NUOD), Mr. Samuel M. Outland is claiming to be the legitimate

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“Don’t Hide Behind Our County” Rep. Younquoi Cautions Prince Johnson

Nimba County Representative Larry Younquoi has described as reckless and unfortunate statements by Senator Prince Johnson that he will resist any attempt to be arrested for war crimes. He also called on the Nimba Senator to desist from using the county to raise fear in the minds of Liberian over call for the establishment of war crime court. Representative Younquoi

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To Alleviate Flops In WASSCE, Government To Invest 500k

Liberian students rather unexciting performance in the just ended West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) did not come as a surprise to many. This is primarily due to the fact that they were inadequately tutored to meet the huge academic demands of the examination. And so, the government of Liberia through the Ministry of Education has reckoned that and

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Chemical Spill Hospitalize Over 20 People In Chicken Soup Factory Community

Over twenty-five residents of the Chicken Soup Factory Community on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 were admitted at various local hospitals in Monrovia after inhaling the smell of ‘undiluted’ chlorine. The ‘undiluted’ chlorine according to reports was found in the compound of a scrap company named “Adam Industrial Company.” According to eyewitnesses account, several persons including women and children were seen

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