Monthly Archives: June 2019

Ship Flying Liberian Flag Seized At Philadelphia Port With 15,500 Kilos Of Cocaine, Worth US$1 Billion On Board

Shipping containers full of illegal drugs have been found and seized by federal authorities at a Philadelphia port in what federal authorities describe as the largest seizure in the region’s history. The Ship MSC GAYANE is a Container Ship built in 2018 and currently sailing under the flag of Liberia. A senior law enforcement official said more than 15,500 kilos

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“Don’t Get Caught Up In Political Web, Leave That With The Board” BWI Board Warns Employees

Amidst the ongoing indefinite go-slow action by some members of the Booker Washington Institute Workers Union (BOWIWU), the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Institution, John Youboty has warned faculty members and employees of BWI to leave the politic with the Board of Governors and the President of the Republic of Liberia. It can be recalled that Mr.

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SAIL In Partnership With UNDP Launches Seven Month Justice And Security Support Project In Margibi

Survivors Aid International Liberia incorporated (SAIL) in partnership with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has launched a seven-month justice and security support project in Margibi County. The project named and styled “Platform for Justice” is expected to provide free legal aid and assistance to indigents most especially women and children. The Project is being implemented under the theme “Strengthening

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Gbarnshiea Clan Citizen Endorses Dr. Flomo 2020 Senatorial Bid In Bong

Ahead of the 2020 Senatorial election in Liberia, citizens of Gbarnshiea clan in Electoral District #2 in Bong County have endorsed the candidacy of former Bong County Technical College President Dr. John Flomo for the upcoming 2020 senatorial election. Speaking on behalf of the citizens in Gorgor Town, Gbarnshiea clan, over the weekend, elder James Kollie and clan chief honorable

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Deputy Speaker Vocational School Graduates 230 Students In Bong

In an effort to prepare underprivileged citizens for the job market, Hon. Prince Kermue Moye Vocational Skills Training program has graduated two hundred and thirty persons in various disciplines. About ninety percent of the graduates are breadwinners for their families who have over the past find it very difficult to provide daily meals. After going through a three-month training, beneficiaries

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