Monthly Archives: May 2019

President Weah Issues Restriction On Foreign Travels For Government Officials

Liberia President George Weah has issued travel restrictions affecting members of the executive branch of government. According to an executive mansion release ”Liberians are gradually experiencing the development initiatives of this administration. It is essential that our development efforts are sustained; with all areas of Government focused on creating a BETTER LIBERIA. This means that presidential appointees are available and

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United Youth Social Symposium For Education And Development Hosts 3rd Annual Academic Excellence Award Program In Kakata

As part of efforts in promoting academic excellence in Liberia, the United Youth Social Symposium for Education and Development has hosted its 3rd annual academic excellence award program in Kakata City Margibi County. Mr. Collins Urey, Executive Director of the Organization told newsmen over the weekend that about 140 students representing 129 schools across Margibi County were awarded certificates of

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UNOD & Partners Ends Relationship Workshop With CSOs, Disable In Bong

The National Union of Organization for the Disabled (UNOD) in partnership with ALFO-Liberia has concluded a daylong assembly with the disabled community in Bong County. The one-day gathering which was held over the Weekend at the Estella hotel in the civil compound, Gbarnga brought together the Religious leaders, the Media, Civil society organizations, the Group of 77, different disabled people

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“Lawmakers Donation To Health Sector Was Timely” – Says Bong County Health Team Administrator

The administrator of the Bong County Health Team Jonah Nulee Togbah has described the recent donation made by two members of the Bong county legislature caucus as timely. At can be recalled, two members of the Bong Legislative Caucus recently donated huge consignment of medical supplies to Bong Mines, Phebe and the C.B Dunbar Maternity hospitals in Bong County. According

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“I Remain Committed To Ensuring Peace And Security For All,” Pres. Weah Avers In Meeting With UN Envoy

Monrovia, Liberia – President George Manneh Weah has reiterated his commitment to the protection of Liberia’s peace and security and for all citizens irrespective of their ethnicity, political and social backgrounds. The Liberian Leader said it is his constitutional and moral obligation to ensure that all Liberians are treated equally in an enabling and peaceful environment. Meeting the Special Representative

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“Liberian Government Reluctant In Establishing Criminal Courts In Liberia” Global Justice Research Program Investigator Alarms

The Global Justice Research Program Investigator has alarmed that the Liberian Government has been reluctant in establishing criminal courts in Liberia for the prosecution of individuals accused of war and economic crimes, despite constant pressure from different human rights organizations. Mr. Manjou K. Bayour told newsmen recently that it would be a great step toward the deterrence of such acts

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