Monthly Archives: December 2018

For Hording And Re-Begging Of The Pro-Poor Rice. Ministry Commerce Threatened Drastic Action

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has issued a stern warning against individuals who are in the constant habit of hoarding and re-bagging the recent imported Pro-Poor Rice on the Liberian Market. According to the Ministry of Commerce, it has received cogent information of an alleged hoarding and re-begging of the recent imported Pro-Poor Rice by some unscrupulous individuals. A

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Backing Weah’s De-tenure Bill Rep. Koffa Cites Constitutional Reasons

Grand Kru County District # 2Representative has stated categorically that President George Weah has violated no law by submitting for passage a bill to scrap all tenure positions within in public offices. Cllr. Fonati Koffa is a lawyer and the House of Representatives Committee Chair on Judiciary. During the Legislature Special and Extraordinary session, both houses passed on that all

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“Irresponsible Lawmaker”

A group of high core political pundits under the banner “Conscious Thinkers and Patriots” has harshly responded to a recent statement by Senator Sando D. Johnson against the president and other officials of his government. The group in a statement issued over the weekend, described as “irresponsible and reckless” the Bomi County Senator recent statement that President George M. Weah,

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Senator Cooper Dedicates Refurbish Nancy B. Doe Sports Stadium-Encourages Margibians To Support County Team

The Senior Senator of Margibi County, Oscar A. Cooper has officially dedicated the refurbished Nancy B. Doe Sports Stadium. Dedicating the facility on Sunday December 16, 2018, Senator Cooper said a month ago authorities of the Margibi Sports Association (MSA) and the Margibi Branch of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) called upon his office to construct the inner fence in

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Liberia’s National HIV Response Threatened -As CSOs Raises Alarm Over Weak Supply System Of ARTs

Liberian Civil Society Organizations Buttressing Government’s efforts in the National HIV response have alarmed that the lack of proper supply chain mechanism of antiretroviral drugs for People Living with HIV in Liberia is hampering the fight against the virus. The global response has tasked each country to reach a three 90s target at 2020, which means 90% of persons living

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