Monthly Archives: July 2019

Weah Reaffirms Gov’t Commitment To Vibrant Agriculture Sector

President George Weah has re-emphasized his government drive to a vibrant agriculture sector. According to Deputy Presidential Secretary Smith Toby, the Liberian leader is upbeat to see the sector revamp for the betterment of the people. Speaking to reporters at the regular presidential update Tuesday Mr. Toby said food security and poverty alleviation are among key priorities of the Weah

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Domestic Violence Act Faces Setback – As Stakeholders Express Disappointment

Disappointments were seen expressed on the faces of international and local dignitaries when they watched Members of the House of Representatives deliberately avoiding the timely passage of the ‘Domestic Violence Act of 2014 after hours of deliberation. The Domestic Violence bill has been one of the many bills that have been lingering at the National Legislature because of the high

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Executive Mansion: “Dr. Mogana Flomo Dismissal As Minister Of Agriculture Due To failure To Promote CDC- Led Government’s Pro- Poor Agenda”

Deputy Presidential Press Secretary Smith Toby has attributed the dismissal of Agriculture Minister Mogana Flomo to his failure to promote the CDC- led government’s pro-poor agenda in the agriculture sector. Deputy Presidential Press Secretary Smith Toby said, since his appointment more than one year ago, Minister Flomo has not been able to move the sector from one stage to another.

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LEC Brings In Huge Equipment, Materials To Replace Damaged Transformers

LEC would like to thank it’s many paying customers for their continuing support and forbearance over the last several months due to a backlog of damaged transformers mainly caused by electricity theft. As you know, the impact of energy theft is such that LEC’s financial position has been severely damaged and LEC has not been in a position to replace

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YUSA Launch Financial Aid Program In Bong

A group of students under the banner ‘Yainadowuin United Students Association’ (YUSA ) Yarta Jorquelleh District #2 have launched a financial aid program to help desiring students from the region continue their education. The association according to its president Paul G. Mulbah at an elaborate program geared toward raising the sum of $500,000 Liberian Dollars stated that they intend to

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15-Year-Old Amos Debah Wins Scholarship To Study And Play Soccer In America

15-year-Old soccer sensational Amos Debah has departed Liberia to the United States of America to continue his academic education and play soccer. The kid was provided a four-year scholarship by the Blair Academy In New Jersey, the USA to study and play soccer. Amos won the scholarship through the support of a local football academy, the Nation One Academy which

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