Monthly Archives: May 2019

Liberian Born Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins Announces 2020 Bid For U.S. Senate

Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins announced Monday that he is running for election to the U.S. Senate in Montana. Collins filed his statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission before his public announcement on Helena’s downtown Walking Mall. He is running as a Democrat. Collins is the first candidate to challenge U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, a first-term Republican who crossed

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34th HIGH-LEVEL MEETING OF HEADS OF UN PEACE MISSIONS CONCLUDES IN WEST AFRICA

At the invitation of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS), Mohamed Ibn Chambas, the Heads of the United Nations Missions in West Africa held their 34th High-level Meeting on 10 May 2019 in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau. The objective was to strengthen coordination in order to enhance synergies

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“Comes June 7 I Will Not Demonstrate” Rep. Fofana Breaks Silence

Margibi electoral district #4 Representative Ben A. Fofana has finally broken silence on the “June 7 Protest” distancing himself from the process. Despite being a stalwart of one of the seven (7) Political Parties (Unity Party) that have joined the Council of Patriots, the Margibi Lawmaker said he will not form part of the pending protest. Rep. Fofana narrated that

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Bong Citizens Generates Over 167, 390 LD & $1,430 USD For Phebe Hospital

The Gbarnga Rotary Club in collaboration with civil society actors in Bong County has officially launched ‘Operation Save Phebe Hospital Campaign’ in County. The idea of the “operation save Phebe Hospital” was crafted by the Rotary Club of Gbarnga a humanitarian organization that is helping to ensure community development in the County. Speaking at launching Ceremony, Gbarnga Rotary Club President

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“Reform & Restructurings LIS Is Important”- Justice Minister Tells LIS Officers

The Minister of Justice & Attorney General of Liberia, Frank Musa Dean says the reforming and restructuring within the Liberia Immigration Service is very important because it leads to greater capacity and integrity within the entity. The Minister said the strengthening of any security entity and its workforce is important for the growth and development of that institution, especially in

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Rep. Kolleh Raises L$84,910; US$133 To Restore Bong Mine Hospital’s Hope

In an effort to get the Bong Mine Hospital fresh, ready and running; the Representative of Bong County District #7 Joseph P. Kolleh has raised the amount of eighty-four thousand nine hundred and ten Liberian dollars (L$84,910) along with one hundred and thirty-three United States dollars (US$133). The amount of two hundred and seventy-four thousand eight hundred and fifty Liberian

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Liberia Land Authority Ends National Awareness Workshop On The Land Right Law In Margibi

The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) has ended a day-long national awareness workshop on the Land Right Law in Kakata City Margibi County. The national awareness workshop which brought together stakeholders and community members was held at the Kakata City Hall over the weekend. Speaking to newsmen at the end of the workshop, the commissioner responsible for Administration and customer services

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