Monthly Archives: June 2019

ECOWAS Adopts ECO As Single Currency

Beginning in January 2020, Liberia and other countries within the West African sub-region will be able to use a single currency called ECO. The currency was adopted by the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government on Saturday in Nigeria’s capital Abuja. The West African leaders endorsed the currency at their 55th Ordinary Session and approved a road map

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AEL Dedicates US$56,400 Farming Equipments, Facilities To Local Farmers In Margibi

As part of its Liberia Ebola Recovery Project; Promoting Access to Resources for the most Vulnerable, the Association of Evangelicals Liberia (AEL) has dedicated several farming equipment and facilities to local farmers in Margibi County aimed at boosting the Agriculture sector and enhancing food productivity in the Country. The pieces of equipment include four Rice Milling Machines, four Power Tillers

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Deputy Moye Donates Consignment Of Medical Supply To Five Clinics In Gbarnga

In continuation of his gesture to the people of the County, the office of Liberia’s Deputy Speaker Prince Kermue Moye donates consignment of medical supply to five clinics in Gbarnga, Bong County. Some of the items donated include five delivery beds, several cartons of face masks and gloves, four mattresses, eleven cartons of scrubs amongst others. Health centers that benefited

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Several Students To Receive Academic Credentials from Cuttington University Today

Cuttington University main campus in Suakoko, Bong County comes live with the University’s 2019 commencement convocation. According to Dr. C. Patrick Burrowes, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the University will today and tomorrow June 28 & 29, 2019 graduate over six hundred students from her three campuses in the Country. The Cuttington University Vice President said there are 61

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Yekeh Kolubah Vows To Leave The Country Despite Temporary Travel Restriction

Montserrado County District 10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah has vowed to travel out of the country, despite a ban from the court not to do so. Judge Roosevelt Willie of Criminal Court ‘A’ Wednesday, June 26, placed a travel restriction on the District 10 lawmaker and five others, restraining them from leaving the country. Yekeh is among few Liberians charged with

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