Monthly Archives: January 2019

MOH Concludes Adaptation and Validation workshop

The Ministry of Health through its Metal Health component has concluded a two-day Adaptation and Validation on National Treatment Protocol for substance user’s disorders workshop in Gbarnga, Bong County. Speaking in an interview with The Monrovia Times, the National Clinical and Mental Health Coordinator at the Ministry of Health, Boffa Washington said the workshop was intended to craft a national

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NAYMOTE’s Report Out On Lawmakers’ Campaign Promises

Monrovia: National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections (NAYMOTE) has released its latest report under its Legislative Accountability Project, focusing on the scale at which lawmakers are making good or reneging on campaign promises made during the 2017 elections. The report which is titled Legislative Accountability—promises made, promises kept, captured 12 members of the Legislature. The Legislative Accountability Project is an

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Margibi District #2 Representative Makes Legislative Annual Report

Many Liberians have the belief that their Representatives and Senators whom they elect during elections must return to their respective Districts and Counties annually to make known their workings at the Capitol Building and their various constituencies, but the question is are they doing just that? If you ask many Liberians, their answers will definitely be no except for a

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53 Bills Locked Up In Committee Room At Lower House -As Legislature Resumes 2nd Sitting

Monrovia: The First Sitting of the 54th National Legislature of 2018 appeared unachieved as several bills for Legislative enactment were locked up in committee room over the period. Both Houses (House of Representatives and Senate) officially resumed the 2nd sitting of the 54th Legislature in Monrovia after the annual break in accordance to Article 52 of the Constitution, with a

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“Do Not Be Mr. Know All” Margibi County Inspector Admonishes Newly Inducted Commissioner

Margibi County Inspector, M. Kpakanay Gbankpala has admonished the newly inducted Commissioner of Larkay-Ta Township not to be “Mr. Know All”. Speaking at the induction ceremony of the commissioner over the weekend, Inspector Gbankpala called on Mr. George Cooper to always consult his people rather than being Mr. Know All. According to him, the Commissioner should not leave anyone out

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Children Of Ex-Peacekeepers, Visually Impaired Benefit From Church Donations In Brewerville

By Obediah Johnson The Christ In You Worldwide Revivals headquartered in the United States of America has identified with orphans and students at the UNICO Orphanage and the Liberian School for the Blind in Brewerville, outside Monrovia. The UNICO Orphanage Home was founded several years ago to cater to children abandoned or left behind by some soldiers that came for

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