Monthly Archives: February 2019

“Hate-positions” -Koijee Terms Opposition Community; Wants Young People Cultivate Nationalistic Spirit

MONROVIA: The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson Tamba Koijee has labeled members of the opposition community as “hate-positions” and call on them to change the thought pattern towards the governing process of their country. According to Koijee, what is being exhibited in Liberia by members of the opposition community by threatening to evade the country’s peace process does not represent

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Robust Scrutiny Awaits Liberia’s “Weak” Accounting Curriculum – LICPA Assures

MONROVIA: In an effort to make Liberia an enviable country for higher education, the Liberia Institute of Certified Public Accountants (LICPA) has disclosed that plans are underway to scrutinize and improve Liberia’s current accounting curriculum for higher learning institutions; so as to meet international standard; which could help put the country’s accounting teaching methods on par with other nations in

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World Of Life Fellowship Liberia Breaks Ground For US$3M Multi-Purpose Project In Margibi

The youth and student communities of Marshall City, Margibi County have all reasons to laugh because they are soon to get the first multi-purpose project implemented in the area. Over the weekend, a group under the banner “The World of Life Fellowship Liberia” broke ground for the construction of a center that will be used for learning purposes among others.

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Rep. Ivar K. Jones Identifies With Several Health Centers In Margibi

With the numerous public outcries on the shortage of drugs at various health centers and the challenges they are faced with especially public facilities, Margibi electoral District #2 Representative; Ivar K. Jones has identified with several of those facilities in the County. Representative Jones recently presented assorted medical supplies to officials of the health center including drugs in his district

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NHA At Verge Of Completing 54 Duplexes For West Point Erosion Victims

Over Sixty Five (65) affected family heads whose residencies were swallowed by erosion in the Township of West Point is expected to benefit from the completion of 108 housing units by the National Housing Authority. A release from the National Housing Authority (NHA) states that the last phase of the project will be completed at the end of March at

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Judge Gbeisay Urges Gov’t, Security Apparatus To Carefully Examine Sources Of Funding For New Business And Investmen

The assigned Judge of the 13th Judiciary Circuit Court in Kakata Margibi County is urging the Government of Liberia and the security apparatus to carefully and thoroughly examine the sources of funding for new business and investment especially banking institutions, the Insurance Industry and the establishment of State of the Art Churches in the Country. Judge Yamie Quiqui Gbeisay, Sr.

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