BWI Workers Threaten Go Slow Action In Demand Of Atty. Tarnue’s Reinstatement

Kakata: In demand of the reinstatement of the “suspended/removed” Principal of the Booker T. Washington Institute Harris Fomba Tarnue, several workers of the institution through the Workers Union have threatened to stage a go-slow action on Thursday, June 13, 2019. It can be recalled that Mr. Tarnue in May of 2019 received letters from the […]

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“Bring Your Ideas To The Table” President Weah Invites Opposition, Others

Days after the organizers of the June 7 protest refused to present their petition to the government of Liberia in front of thousands of Liberians, Liberian leader George M.Weah in his address to the nation yesterday cites opposition leaders, CSOs, Elders, Students, and others to bring their ideas to a round-table discussion. President Weah has […]

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Kakata To Benefit Another Public High School If…….

Liberia: If all goes well, Kakata City which is considered by many to be a student center will benefit from the construction of an additional public high school to ease the challenges faced by the only government high school (Lango Lippaye High School) in the City. Kakata according to the 2008 census’ report has about […]

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