Monthly Archives: January 2019

In Margibi, Stakeholders Signed Resolution That Calls For 20% Increment In Educational Budget

Stakeholders in Margibi County over the weekend signed a resolution calling on the Government of Liberia to increase the educational budget of the Country by 20%. The resolution was crafted by stakeholders of the Margibi County Education System through the support of USAID, Liberia Accountability and Voice Initiative (LAVI) and the National PTA Network of Liberia (NAPTANOL) on Friday, January

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Liberia: “A struggling Economy’ As Missing 16 Billion Report Expected In Late February

Monrovia: Following months of wait over the much-anticipated report in the alleged missing billion sagas, President George Weah has disclosed that the international investigators’ report is expected at the end of February this year. Pres. Weah made the disclosure during the State of the Nation address before members of the 54th National Legislature in the Joint Chambers of the Capitol

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St.John Bridge Turns Death Trap

Report surfacing from Kokoyah Statutory District says, the bridge linking Bong and Grand Bassa Counties is at the verge of collapse. The St. John Bridge which is between the two Counties is currently sinking at the moment according to our Bong County Correspondent. Inhabitants of Kokoyah and along the St. John Bridge are now living in fear due to the

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Employees Embark On Go-Slow In Demand Of Decent Salary And Job Protection At Chico Construction Company

Over three hundred workers of CHICO Construction Company in Kpaii District Gbarnga are on go- slow in demand of the establishment of Worker Union, attractive salaries and job protection respectively. The aggrieved workers were seen with placards around the compound of the Chico construction Company along the Gbarnga, Palala high way in Bong County singing slogan “we want worker union,

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