Monthly Archives: January 2019

Amid Non-Compliance Posture ‘House’ Probes Concession Agreements and Investment Incentives

Monrovia: The House of Representatives in its 2nd session of the 2nd sitting of the 54th National Legislature Tuesday voted unanimously to review concessions and agreements passed and ratified by that august body. Plenary through the House Speaker Bhofal Chambers set up a 16 man specialized committee to probe the matter which also takes into consideration deliverables, corporate social responsibilities

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A Reflection On The First Anniversary Of The Pro-Poor Government Of The Republic of Liberia

By Bartum Kulah “Goat law is different from sheep law.” That was a prominent CDC partisan’s response to Rep Yekeh Kolubah’s complaint that “only his security guard was arrested in the riot which occurred in District 10.” In essence, this individual was being honest in saying to all Liberians that “CDC partisans operate under a separate law from that of

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“Redemption Hospital Is Not Relocating” Rep. Seboe Clarifies; Says It Will Remain In Electoral District 16 Montserrado County

MONROVIA: With the persistent rumors hovering among people living within the Bushrod Island area concerning the relocation of the biggest public life-saving health facility which is located in the densely populated community of New Kru Town, Montserrado County District # 16 Representative, Dixson Wlawee Seboe has dispel the information by stating that the hospital will not be relocated as claimed

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End Negative Vices Against Children In Liberia

Monrovia -The Liberian National Children’s Representative Forum and Formerly Liberia Children’s Parliament have strongly condemned the huge violence perpetrated against Liberian Children, especially the huge number in rape cases in Liberia. Recently, an 11-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped in Nimba County, the Liberian National Children’s Representative Forum view said action as a violation of Children rights. The Head of National

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Opposition Lawmakers Condemn Violent Attack On Rep. Kolubah

Monrovia: Several Opposition Lawmakers have condemned recent attacks by some unknown men allegedly of the Congress for Democratic Change following the Saturday’s bloody tension. The Saturday violence led to the disruption of a children’s party event organized by Rep. Kolubah and the injury of several people including children and some officers of the Liberia National Police who were called to

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Gbarnga Street Pavement To Resume

The Ministry of Public Works has with immediate effect removed the Stay-Order placed on the pavement of the Gbarnga Broad Street. The stay-order was placed on the pavement of the road through a written communication from authorities of Bong County to the Ministry of Public Works on grounds that Sidani Group Holding the company currently doing the pavement of the

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