Monthly Archives: April 2019

In Marshall, Margibi County: Armed Men Loot, Vandalize Historic Caesar’s Beach

By Obediah Johnson More than 50 unknown armed men have violently attacked and looted the famous Caesar’s Beach and hotel in Marshall City, Margibi County. Prior to the Liberian civil war, the beach and resort was a tourist site for Europeans, Asians and others in the 70s and 80s. According to eyewitnesses, the unknown men, armed with machetes, and other

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Sweden Ambassador Urges Gov’t, Development Partners To Prioritize Youth Development

The Ambassador of Sweden, Ingrid Wetterqvist is urging everyone including Liberians, the Government of Liberia, Industries, Private Sectors and Development Partners to take the development of the young people of Liberia as a priority. Ambassador Wetterqvist stated that the Pro-poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD) recently adopted by the Government of Liberia places great emphasis on the development of

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AfricaRice Embarks On Rice Seed Production Training In Bong

An inclusive weeklong Rice Seed Production training for technical and extension staff under the Ministry of Agriculture is currently ongoing at the Central Agricultural Research Institute-CARI in Suakoko District. Seeds are basic necessary inputs in crop production. To a very large extent, seeds determine the effectiveness of all other inputs such as fertilizers, agronomic practices, agrochemicals etc. The training is

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Ministry Of Gender Ends Daylong Interactive Forum With 35 Traditional Leaders In Margibi

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection with support from UN Women has ended a day-long interactive forum in Kakata Margibi County with about thirty-five traditional leaders in attendance. The forum according to the research officer in the Gender-Based Violence Division of the Ministry of Gender-focused on the impunity of sexual violence. Mrs. Lovete Sie told newsmen that the

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NAKOL’s President Admonishes Kpelle Ethnic Group To Be Strong

The President of the National Kpelle Organization of Liberia (NAKOL), Dean Emmanuel B. Sibley is admonishing the kpelle ethnic group which is considered to be the largest group in Liberia to be strong if they are to be successful. Mr. Sibley said the only successful way of building and maintaining future peace for the unborn generation is to become strong

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Swedish Ambassador Rejects Media Speculations

Amid wide speculation in some quarters of the country that the Swedish government is not in Support of President Weah PAPD government, Swedish Ambassador Ingrid Wetterqvist has discredited the allegation and described it as a means of disheartenment the good working relationship between her country and Liberia. The Swedish envoy said they have a big development program in Liberia, adding

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