Monthly Archives: September 2019

LIBERIANS GET EASY ACCESS TO EUROPEAN VISA- As Schengen countries Commence Issuance Of Visa In Monrovia

The 26 members Schengen Countries under the European Union have disclosed plan to officially commence the issuance of Schengen Visa in Monrovia, beginning September 16, 2019 at the French Embassy near the Liberian Capital, Monrovia. It can be recalled that during the second session of the EU-Liberia dialogue, Liberia called on the EU to consider the issuance of Schengen visa

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School Administrator Welcomes The Establishment Of War And Economic Crime Courts-But Wants Citizens Involvement

The Principal of the Kakata Community College (KCC) in Kakata City Margibi County, Anthony Mulbah Jallah has welcomed the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Courts in the Country. Though Mr. Jallah said the issue of the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Courts is long overdue and should have been established long ago, he revealed that if the Courts

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Liberia Immigration Services (LIS) Trains Over 600 Immigration Officers In Bong

The Liberia Immigration Services (LIS) has ended a specialized in-service training of 663 Immigration officers from across the Country. The Liberia Immigration Service (LIS), formerly the Bureau of Immigration & Naturalization (BIN) is charged with the primary responsibility to implement and enforce the Alien and Nationality Law of Liberia. Beside the Alien and Nationality Law, it is also governed by

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Man 25, Killed Fiancée In Bong

Police in Gbarnga has charged and sent to court a twenty-five-year-old Kermue Sumo for allegedly murdering his twenty-two years old fiancée Kelemah Jerry in the vicinity of Gbanay Town in Yellequelleh District #5 Bong County. According to Inspector John K. Flomo of the Liberia National Police Bong Detachment suspects that Kermue on Thursday, September 12, 2019 murdered his girlfriend Kelemah

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Africa Rice Liberia Smart Valley Innovation Project Gets 3 Months Extension In Liberia

Africa Rice Liberia Smart Valley Innovation project under the SAWAH system has been extended up to December of this year, according to its Country Representative to Liberia. The SAWAH System is a low-cost participatory development approach for rice cultivation in inland valleys in Liberia. The project which was expected to end in September, according to the Country Representative of Africa

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45 Police And Correction Officers Get SGBV And Women’s Human Rights’ Training In Margibi

The rural Human Rights Activists Programme (RHRAP) in collaboration with Serving Humanity Empowerment and Development (SHED) has ended a two-day SGBV and Women’s Human Rights’ training for about forty-five (45) Police Officers and Correction Officers in Kakata City Margibi County. The trainees include 15 Police Officers and 30 Correction Officers from the Kakata Central Prison and the Bondiway Prison Center

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