Monthly Archives: July 2019

After 150 Years U.S Gov’t Presents Official Treaty Document Recognizing Liberia’s Independence

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Marie Royce has presented the official treaty Document in which the United States of America officially recognized Liberian Independence over 150 years ago. The U.S. Official presented the treaty document during her visit to Liberia last week when she spoke at the National Museum of Liberia about the historical ties between Liberia and the United

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Speaker Chambers Expresses Optimism, Liberia Budget Can Hit Beyond US$1-Billion, If…

“Liberia has a huge potential for economic growth. I believed that our resources can better serve us if we learn from how other countries are getting it right on the management of their natural resources, and our budget can go beyond a billion dollars.” House Speaker, Dr. Bhofal Chambers asserts. The Speaker was speaking in reference to government’s desire to

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Weah Lifts Bong Supt.’s Suspension…Dismisses Agriculture Minister Several Gov’t Officials

The President of Liberia, His Excellency George Manneh Weah has relieved Agriculture Minister Dr. Mogana Flomo of his post with immediate effect. The President has designated Deputy Agriculture Minister for Administration Precious Tetteh to act pending the appointment of a new minister. The President has also dismissed the Director-General of the Central Agricultural Research Institute (CARI) Dr. Marcus Jones. Meanwhile,

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GOL, UN Launch Peacebuilding Fund Project In Bong County

The Government of Liberia and the United Nations in Liberia on Thursday, 27 June launched the Peacebuilding Fund Project in Gbarnga, Bong County, to support peacebuilding and income generating entrepreneurship among youth groups in Bong and Lofa Counties. The “Sustaining peace and improving social cohesion through the promotion of rural employment opportunities for youth in conflict-prone areas” project is a

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