Monthly Archives: January 2019

Politic ‘Beclouds’ Gbarnga Street Pavement -As Project Work Stops

Bong County: Pavement works currently ongoing on the Gbarnga Broad Street is said to have been abruptly stopped due to what is termed as political wrangling in the County. The Gbarnga Broad Street pavement project is a part of several road construction projects ongoing across Liberia from the government’s agenda on roads connectivity. Gbarnga City Main Street seemed abandoned for

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ULAA Challenges Gov’t to Address Rape, Child Abuse, Others

USA: As Liberians anxiously await President Weah’s state of the Nation Address, the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas, (ULAA) is calling on the Government of Liberia to take stronger action against Rape, Child abuse and Molestation among others to enable survivals to get justice. ULAA in a press statement says in 2018, frowned on the government’s posture in

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“Disappointment, Power Struggle And Misrepresentation Marred Legislature’s First Sitting” Says Rep. Solomon George

Monrovia: Montserrado County District # 7 Representative Solomon George has termed the first sitting of the 54th Legislature especially the House of Representatives as disappointing, misrepresentation, the struggle for power among others. Rep. Solomon George is currently serving a second term mandate as representative from the people of district 7 in Montserrado County. 107 lawmakers are elected to the House

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LRRRC Capacity Boosts With 6 New Vehicles

Monrovia: Liberia’s quest to deliver big on improving the wellbeing of refugees and stranded Liberian migrants spread across the globe is gaining steam- thanks to the Liberia Refugees Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC’s) cordial work relationship with international partners which has reached new heights under the leadership of Festus R. B Logan. The commission a fortnight ago, received from the

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Several Link To Corruption In Bong Sports Association

Bong County: Despite the elimination of Bong County from this year’s National County Sports Meet, some leaders of the County Sports Association seem to be in hot water for their alleged involvement in the mismanagement of twelve thousand United States Dollars ($12,000USD) in the county. Those accused are Old Man Soko Siakor, Augustine Jallah, Salas Togbah and others for the

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