Monthly Archives: June 2019

European Union Calls For Peaceful Protest, Inclusive Of Regular And Constructive Dialogue

The European Union Mission in Liberia has called for Liberians to uphold their hard-earned peace ahead of the planned June 7 protest tagged ”Save The State.” The European Union in a statement emphasized the need to ensure that this protest unfolds peacefully citing the great progress Liberia has made since the end of the civil conflict in 2003.   Read

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Suspended Bong County County Superintendent Esther Nyamah Walker & Others Beg President Weah

Several women groups in Gbarnga including the Muslim and Christian Communities have joined suspended Bong County Superintendent Esther Nyamah Walker to appeal president Weah for reinstatement. Superintended Walker was suspended by Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah a day after leaked audio went viral on the social media and on some radio Stations in Liberia. In the leaked recording, Superintendent Walker,

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June 7 Protest Loses Support In Bong -As Motorcyclists Distanced Themselves From Protest

Ahead of the pending June 7 protest, Executives and members of the Bong County motorcyclists Union have distanced themselves from the premeditated “Save The State” protest. Addressing journalist in Gbarnga at Press conference, three officials of the motorcyclists of Bong County stated that they will not form part of anything called save the state protest. According to John Vah, Aaron

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GOL & FAO Launches Integrated Sustainable Rice System Development In Bong

The government of Liberia in collaboration with the Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and with financial support from the government of Japan has launched the “Integrated Sustainable Rice System Development in Suakoko, Bong County. According to reports, the project is geared towards enhancing the productive capacity of smallholder farmers to sustainably increase the productivity of rice thereby

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In Bomi County, Public School Teacher Dismissed For Allegedly Impregnating One Of His Students

The Bomi County School System has dismissed a classroom teacher for impregnating a student. Bomi County Education Officer Everlyne Twein said instructor Mohamed Nyan was dismissed for violating the Code of Conduct of the Ministry of Education. According to Madam Twein, the decision was reached following an investigation that established that instructor Nyein was in a relationship with the female

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