Monthly Archives: November 2018

Breaking: National Housing Authority Suspended Boss Duannah Siryon Ordered Incarcerated

National Housing Authority suspended boss, Mr. Duannah Siryon et al have been ordered incarcerated by judge Kennedy Peabody of the magisterial court to the Monrovia Central Prison. They were charged by the state with Theft of Property, Economic Sabotage, Criminal solicitations, and bribery. Their arrest and subsequent imprisonment came shortly after criminal court “A” ordered the defendants to be free

Read more

US-Based Liberian Track Athlete Vows To Transform Lives Through Sports

A US-based Liberian track athlete and Founder of the Bill Rogers Youth Foundation (BRYF), Bill Rogers has vowed to use Sports to transform the lives of Liberian youths. Speaking to our reporter upon his arrival at the Roberts International Airport on Sunday, November 25, 2018; Mr. Rogers disclosed that he wants to use Sports to change lives because most of

Read more

Estimated 28 Neonatal Deaths, 7 Maternal Deaths Occurred In Margibi – Community Health Services Director Clarifies

The Community Health Services Director of Margibi County, James Varney has clarified recent information he revealed to the public about the number of maternal and child deaths that have occurred in the County. Mr. Varney in his clarification said there is an increase in neonatal death in Margibi County and not maternal death as it was released and published. Neonatal

Read more

Police Teargas Protesting Drivers In Gbarnga – As School Going Kid Gets Affected

Police in Gbarnga, Bong County on Monday morning teargas protesting Drivers who staged a go-slow action in an effort to clam the government’s attention concerning vehicle registration fees. Members of the Bong County Drivers Union at about 7:00 am yesterday set roadblocks at the Iron Gate car wash and another one at the NTA parking in Gbarnga. The Drivers action

Read more

House of Representatives Summons Journalist Philibert Brown, Charles Sirleaf And Others Under ‘Contemptuous Charges’

As it stands with the level of investigation on the missing billions, the House of Representatives has finally summoned Hot Pepper Newspaper Managing Editor Mr. Philibert Brown and Central Bank of Liberia Deputy Governor for Operations Charles Sirleaf and others under contempt charges for failure to honor its request for appearance. Contempt Charges is punishable by a fine of not

Read more