Monthly Archives: May 2019

Forty-one PSU officers abandoned Regional Security Hub in Gbarnga

Development coming in from Gbarnga says some forty-one officers of the Police Support Unit representing the Liberia National Police (LNP) has deserted the hub owing to the lack of food and basic social services for their action. The officers of LNP’s Police Support Unit have reportedly deserted their assignment at the Regional Justice and Security Hub in Gbarnga due to

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President Weah Submits Anti-power Theft Bill To National Legislature For Enactment Into Law

President George Weah has submitted for enactment into law a bill to amend the Penal Law, Chapter 15, by adding thereto a new section 15.88 to provide for Power Theft to be considered a crime that sabotages the country’s development. The President reminded lawmakers in his communication to the House of Representatives that power theft damages the country’s economic development

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President Weah Implores Visiting Nobel Laureates To Promote Global Peace And Unity

The President of the Republic, His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah, has hailed Nobel laureates attending the Nobel Women Initiative (NWI) in Monrovia for their invaluable roles and contributions to peace and development in their respective countries and urged them to remain focused on promoting global peace and unity. “No doubt, it is a distinct record to be a Nobel

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MDH: Number Of STD Cases Continues To Rise In Minnesota

State health officials say the number of sexually transmitted diseases continued to rise in 2018, with increases in gonorrhea, chlamydia and HIV.  The Minnesota Department of Health released its annual sexually transmitted disease (STD) report Tuesday, saying that disparities remain in regards to communities of color and men who have sex with men.  Gonorrhea The most sizable increase, according to

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Liberian Scientist Encourage Students To Be Innovative

Liberian Scientist and Inventor Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan is encouraging Liberians students to be innovative if they are to contribute to the development of Liberia and the world at large. Addressing cross section students of Cuttington University recently in Suakoko District#5, Bong County Dr. Nyan said the progress of Liberia depends on innovation. Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan who is a

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BWI-JHEOS Graduates 55 Trainees In Heavy Equipment Operation And Maintenance In Kakata

The Booker Washington Institute-Japan Heavy Equipment Operator School (BWI-JHEOS) has graduated about 55 trainees following an intensive nine months theoretical and practical training in heavy equipment operation and maintenance. Speaking during the event recently, the Principal and CEO of the Booker T. Washington Institute; Atty. Harris Fomba Tarnue said the graduation exercise is in continuation of a project that was

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