Monthly Archives: December 2018

Top UP Executives Cross Over to CDC

Several top Opposition Politicians mainly from the Unity Party (UP) have crossed over to the governing Coalition for Democratic Change in an effort to the support the government’s pro-poor agenda. Former Montserrado Representative Henry Fahnbulleh, former Sinoe County Assistant Superintendent for Development, Sneh Johnson; former student Activist, Socrate Nimely, George Sacquah among others were those joining the ruling establishment. Speaking

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Transforming ‘Dusty’ Gbarnga Residents Express Joy as Weah Pro-Poor Agenda Gets Booster

Bong: Bong County citizens have lauded President George Weah for his timely intervention in the completion of the Gbarnga dusty street in the county. The Bong County citizens many of whom are marketers and motorcyclists said President Weah led government intervention in the pavement of the Gbarnga main street is timely and it has brought total relief to them as

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For Smooth Transportation of Travelers’ Brussels Airlines and Infinity Shuttle Service Sign Big Agreement

By: Gloria Tamba, Contributor Monrovia: Aimed at encouraging passengers travelling with the Brussels Airline in Monrovia Liberia, the Infinity Shuttle Service and Brussels Airlines has signed a partnership agreement  on yesterday at the new location of Brussels Airlines at a local Hotel in Monrovia. Infinity Shuttle Service is a 100 percent Liberian owned transportation Company with over six months of

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Gov’t Signs 18M Raw Water Pipeline

The Government through the Liberia Water Sewer Corporation (LWSC) and Millennium Challenge Account Liberia (MCA-L) Wednesday signed an eighteen million grant agreement for the rehabilitation of the Raw Water Pipeline from Mt. Coffee Hydropower plant to White Plains Water treatment plant. The Pipeline which was destroyed during the civil war in 1990 when constructed will result in consistent and quality

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Liberia: ‘A Strange and Contradictory Society’ Rodney Sieh Cautions against Media Threats

Monrovia: Liberian Journalist Rodney has strongly cautioned against the wave of threats against the media in the wave of series of unearthing stories on corruption in the country by the current administration. Journalist Rodney Sieh is the Managing Editor of the FrontPage Africa Newspaper. The Paper recently released documentary evidence on corruption and misapplication of public resources relating to the

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MYS-UNDP Dedicate Digital Lab For Youths

Paynesville: A research and digital training facility for Liberian Youths has been dedicated by the Youth and Sports Ministry along with partner, UNDP. The Innovation-Lab was recently set up by the Youth and Sports Ministry with Support from UNDP to provide digital training to young people, do research works and connect with other young people in other parts of the

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Liberian Blogger Wins International Award For Promoting Positive Images Of Liberia

Most People would say “there’s nothing I can do,” but for one Liberian blogger, enough was enough! Tired of seeing the gruesome images of her country display on the internet and across social media, Anna Yeanuea Bendu Sherman-Karto, a US-based Liberian decided to take the matter into her own hands and saw the need to rebrand the negative image of

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