Monthly Archives: May 2019

Independent Legislative Caucus Welcomes Cut Salaries And Benefits Of Liberian Lawmakers

he Independent Legislative Caucus says the debate to cut salaries and benefits of Liberian lawmakers should go beyond the pool of sentiment which they said could mislead the public into half-baked proposition. They argued that if government needs to take austerity measure to address the development needs of the country, it is also important to reduce the operational and committee

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Jonathan Kollie And Four Others Elected To Handball Leadership

Local Handball Coach Jonathan Kollie has been elected President of the Liberia National Handball Association (LNHA). Jonathan Kollie was elected Saturday without a challenger as the new president of the Liberia Handball Association. He will replace the founding President of the LNHA, Mason Saweler who distanced himself from the election, saying “the election was unconstitutional”. The election was organized by

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Senator Yallah Embarks On Rehabilitation Of Feeder Roads In Gbarnga

The Office of Bong County Senator Henry Willie Yallah has broken grounds for the rehabilitation of several feeder roads in Gbarnga, Bong County. The office through its official spokesperson Jeremiah Wilson told Journalists that the rehabilitation will affect the Colleins Street, a portion of the Dementa road, the Sunday market to the CEPRESS Campus road amongst others. Some of the

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Judge Konton Recommends For The Introduction Of Public Awareness Law In Liberia

The Assigned Circuit Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court in Maryland has recommended the introduction of public awareness of the law so as to erase the negative perceptions about the court. Cllr. Jeeplah Tiklo Konton says, if this is done, the public will understand and appreciate how the justice system works in the country. According to Judge Konton, many

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