Monthly Archives: June 2019

Who Saying The Truth In Bruised Face Child Story? Rep Enders Or Mother…

The abuse of children by their parents remains unabated in the country, despite laws banning the violations of a child’s right. Reports of molestation and violations of the rights of children continue to pull in from across the country with Government battling to halt the inhumane treatment meted out against children. A recent social media post by Montserrado County District

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Government Hospital In Grand Bassa County Threaten To Shut Down Major Departments Due To Lack Of Funding

The Medical Director of the Liberian Government Hospital in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, Dr. Abraham Jawara says the facility in the coming months will shut down some of its departments. Dr. Jawara said the shutdown is due to lack of funding. The hospital which is the only referral hospital to many counties in the southeastern region is said to be

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Lawmaker Yekeh Kolubah In Hiding Days After Writ Of Arrest Was Issued On Him By Criminal Court A

Montserrado County District#10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah has told the VOA that he is in hiding, days after a writ of arrest was issued on him by Criminal Court A. Representative Kolubah said he is not currently at his house because of fear for his life. Representative Kolubah and four others are being charged with Aggravated Assault, Criminal Attempt to Commit

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President Weah Orders Dismissed BWI Principal Reinstatement – As Workers Union Cuts Off Indefinite Go Slow

Credible information reaching The Monrovia Times has revealed that President George Manneh Weah has mandated the Board of Governors of the Booker T. Washington Institute to with immediate effect reinstate the Institute’s Suspended/removed Principal Harris Fomba Tarnue. Since the suspension/removal of Mr. Tarnue by the Board, there have been a series of public outcries for his reinstatement on grounds that

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