Monthly Archives: June 2019

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 Board of Governors signed by

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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 again taken the opportunity to

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House of Representatives Probes shutting Down Of Internet/Social Media During June 7 Protest By Liberia Telecommunications Authority

The Plenary of the House of Representatives has mandated its committee on Post and Telecommunication to investigate authorities of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority to explain the rationale for the shutting down of the internet and all social media networks in the country during the June 7 protest. The body took the decision Tuesday, following the submission of a communication by

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Private & Public Institutions In Bong Benefit food Items From EYOGEN

Several private and public institutions in Gbarnga, Bong County have benefited assorted food items from an organization dubbed Empowering the Younger Generation. Empowering the Younger Generation is a newly established organization in the United States of America, founded by a young woman of Bong County, Louise Saydee as a way of giving back to her people. Presenting the items recently

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Int’l Aid Worker Accuses Edu. Stakeholders Of Reneging On Their Responsibilities-Attributes Messy Educational System To Students’ Feeble Attitudes

Liberia: Educational Stakeholders in Liberia have come under the spotlight as they have been accused of reneging on their responsibilities in the Country. A Liberian international humanitarian working in the Darfur region of Sudan Sylvester M. Morlue says Liberian educational stakeholders are not ensuring that students acquire the relevant education that will prepare them for future roles in society. Mr.

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