Monthly Archives: April 2019

Monrovia-RIA Corridor Electrification Project To Be Launched Wednesday

Monrovia, April 30, 2019 (LEC): A US$31.8 million project funded by the African Development Bank (ADB) to expand electricity to 14,000 new customers along the Monrovia-Roberts International Airport corridor will be launched in Schiefflin, Margibi County on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Under the Liberia Energy Efficiency and Access Project (LEEAP), the project entails the construction of 66 Kilovolts (kV) double

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‘Independent Legislative Caucus’ Rallies For Speaker Bhofal Chamber’s Removal

“Today the campaign begins for the removal of a coward Speaker, who lacks leadership skills to lead and charisma to govern and unite people in the House of Representatives. Moving onward, I will do no business with Speaker Chambers because he is not my Speaker,” Representative Francis Saidy Dopoh, District #3 lawmaker, River Gee County. His comments come in the

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Doxxbet-Liberia Signs $24,000.00 USD Partnership With LFA

The betting company Doxxbet-Liberia and the Liberia Football Association have signed a partnership agreement to support the local league. The partnership agreement signed Monday at the ATS will see Doxxbet-Liberia provide twenty-four thousand United States dollars to the LFA in a twelve month period. According to the agreement, the money will be used to cover expenses for all of the

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All Title Favorites Reach LKF Big 12

The Liberia Kickball Federation at the weekend concluded the first phase of its 2019 National Championship with all of the tournament favorites advancing to the big 12. Champions Ask Sisters, Supreme Girls, CYE, YSSCI, Amazon, Royal Sisters, God’s Anointed and Blacktom KC lead the line of clubs that made it to the big 12. Vision Sisters Sunday defeated Watanga Girls

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Margibi Land Commissioner Donates Assorted Items Worth Over L$99,900 To Maternal Neonatal Child Care Center In Kakata

In an effort to address some of the many challenges faced by newborn babies at the Maternal Neonatal Child Care Center at the Charles Henry Rennie Hospital (C.H. Rennie) in Margibi County, the Land Commissioner of Margibi has donated assorted items to the facility. Commissioner Joe Alfred Dorah on Monday, April 29, 2019, donated a 3.5KVA generator along with three

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