Monthly Archives: August 2019

NEC Declares Abu Bana Kamara Of The CDC As Winner Of District #15 By-Election

The National Elections Commission of Liberia (NEC) has declared Abu Bana Kamara of the CDC as the winner of the just-ended district #15 by-election. Making the pronouncement the Acting Chairman of the National Elections Commission Hon. Jonathan Weedor on behalf of the Board of Commissioners reported that all of the 6 precincts or 20 polling places in the Montserrado County

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World Bank, Liberian Government Signed 19 Million Financing Grant Aimed At Ensuring Management Reform For Institutional Strengthening Project

The World Bank and the Liberian Government have Signed a 19 Million USD financing grant aimed at ensuring management reform for institutional strengthening project During the signing ceremony in Monrovia on Wednesday World Bank Liberia Country Director Pierre Laporte said the provision of the grant to the Liberian Government is intended to improve domestic revenue mobilization system and strengthen financial

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Speaker Chambers, IMF’s Resident Rep. Hold Talks On Economy

House Speaker, Dr. Bhofal Chambers has applauded the IMF and other economic partners of Liberia for their engagements with government in helping to reach a solution to mitigate the shocks in the Liberian economy, but cautioned that they need to go further in working with Liberia on critical law reforms, aimed at tapping on other economic potential sectors of the

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Deputy Speaker Moye To Underwrite 30% Tuition Cost For Students Attending Sumo Moye Memorial Institute In Bong

The Deputy Speaker of the 54th National Legislature, Prince K. Moye has promised to underwrite 30% of the tuition cost of any students attending the newly opened Sumo Moye Memorial Institute on the Lofa Road in Gbarnga.  The Sumo Moye Memorial Institute is a state of the art academic and vocation institution constructed by Deputy Speaker Moye to provide quality

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National Economic Dialogue Kicks Off September 4th – 250 Delegates Expected

The National Economic Dialogue propose by President George Weah is expected to commence in the early part of September this year. The conference which is high on President Weah agenda is expected to look at durable solutions geared toward resuscitating the struggling Liberian economy. Following the pronouncement by President Weah, the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) has been given the

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