Monthly Archives: April 2019

President Weah Issues Executive Order #96 to Stimulate Economic Growth

Monrovia, Liberia: The President of the Republic, H.E. George Manneh Weah, has issued Executive Order #96 containing a number of measures aimed at reversing the protracted downturn in economic activities and slow growth driven by the continuous and persistent declines in the prices of and demand for Liberia’s primary export goods of rubber, iron ore and timber. Measures contained in

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Johnsonville/Pipeline Resident Celebrates Road Pavement

Residents of Johnsonville and pipeline communities are celebrating the pavement of the Johnsonville/Pipeline road, something they say is welcoming and long overdue. The Ministry of Public Works headed by Minister Mobutu Nyepan begin Asphalt pavement of the Johnsonville/Pipeline road over the weekend with many residents carefully observing the process. Some of the residents who spoke with The Monrovia Times applauded

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Illegal Miners Life’s at Risk in Bong

Ghanaian illicit miners operating in Gou and surrounding towns in Meinquelleh clan in Sanoyea District, Bong County risk serious security arrest mandate by acting Superintendent, Anthony Boakai Sheriff and Representative Robert Flomo Wombeh. Illegal mining is mining activity that is undertaken without state permission, in particular in absence of land rights, mining licenses, and exploration or mineral transportation permits. Illegal

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NIR Embarks On Nationwide Tour To Educate Alien Community On Obtaining National Identification Cards

The National Identification Registry (NIR) has embarked on a nationwide tour aimed at educating the alien community on how to obtain the National I.D Card and where to obtain it in order to enable them acquire theirs before the enforcement process starts. Mr. J. Nagbe Tiah stated that the tour is also intended to inform them about the ongoing registration

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