Monthly Archives: December 2018

Over ‘Unruly Behavior’ PUL Suspends Information Minister Eugene Nagbe

Monrovia: The Leadership of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) today with immediate effect suspended the membership of Liberia’s Information Minister Len Eugene Nagbe with the organization for what the Union terms as ‘Unruly behavior’. PUL’s decision comes after Minister Nagbe termed the PUL a ‘useless’ entity when he appeared on a Christmas Day talk show in Monrovia with FrontPage

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Citizens Termed Celebration As ‘Sour Christmas’

Monrovia: Many Parents in Liberia seem to be pressured from the fever of Christmas with some describing it as the roughest season ever in Liberia and first under Weah-Taylor administration embroiled with a shamble economy versus a reported flat footed leadership. The Monrovia Times over the Weekend toured several commercial hubs in the city sampling the views of Liberians as

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Fighting Food Insecurity: Liberia and Ghana Partner for 10,000 Acres of Mechanized Rice Farm

MONROVIA: It seems that Liberia’s struggle for food security and would soon be over, as a leading Ghanaian rice producer with vast experience in mechanized farming has surfaced in Liberia. The government of Liberia through the Ministry of Agriculture in recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with A&G Agro Industries for the production of mechanized farm rice and pepper.

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In Bong, Saarl Insurance Gives 30 Clients Loans

Bong County: In an effort to improve the lives of hundreds of citizens in Bong County, the Saarl Insurance Company of Liberia has provided loans to its clients in the county. The Saarl Insurance Company is a pioneer in the Insurance industry of Liberia, being one of the longest-serving Insurance Companies in the Country. The company has witnessed tremendous growth

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After 6yrs 500 LIS Officers Get CSA Biometric Identification

MONROVIA: The Civil Service Agency under the guidance of Director General Laurine Wede Johnson has issued 500 biometric Identification cards to officers of the Liberia Immigration Service following 6 years of wait. The CSA boss, addressing the official turnover ceremony at the LIS office in Sinkor, said “We are delighted and really excited to be at the LIS this afternoon

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