Monthly Archives: December 2018

Liberia, UK Sign Maritime Agreement – As Kollie Describes Deal Key Reform

The Liberia Maritime Authority continues to make history in the maritime sector, as the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office and Liberia have consummated a mutually beneficial agreement towards strengthening Liberia’s role as a leading and competitive maritime nation. The Agreement for Cooperation was finalized by the two institutions on the margins of the 121st session of the World Maritime Organization (LMO),

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VP Taylor Dedicates Modern Health Center In Bong

The office of Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has dedicated the Armah Sekou Toure Health Center in Jorwah, Panta District. Named after the former President of the Republic of Guinea, the Armah Sekou Toure Health Center was constructed during the administration of former Liberia’s President William Richard Tolbert more than forty years ago. The Amah Sekou Toure Heath Center located

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Senate ‘Salutes’ Varney Sherman As He Bags International Award

The Liberian Senate has recognized veteran lawyer Varney Gboto Sherman for winning one of the most prestigious awards on the African continent. Cllr. Sherman was presented the Heroes For Children Special Recognition Award by the African Children Emergency Foundation (ACEF) based in Abuja, Nigeria. Though he did not travel to receive the award due to pressing national engagement requested by

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“LACC Should Remain As A Tenure Institution” Pressure Group Begs Pres. Weah

As the fight against waste and abuse of public resources becomes a global issue of interest, a strong passionate plea has been issued for Liberia to maintain the tenure status of her Anti-Corruption Commission officials. Joining the global debate which is unique to every country, with Liberia being of no exception, a local interest group, Liberia Mass Communication Student Union

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