Monthly Archives: October 2019

For Failure To Renew Operational License: Gov’t Shutdown Root FM – As Henry Costa Supporters Stone Another Radio Station

By Lincoln Barcon One of Liberia’s famous radio stations, Roots FM owned and operated by Talk-Show Host Henry P. Costa has been shut-down by the Monrovia City Court; as several radio equipment were retrieved from the station. The Monrovia City Court yesterday in its writ cited that the radio station is in violation of various regulations of the Liberia Telecommunication

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Margibi Superintendent Invokes God’s Wrath Upon Government Officials

Margibi County Superintendent Jerry Varnie has invoked the wrath of God upon government officials that are responsible for the challenges Liberia and Liberians continue to face. Supt. Varnie made the assertion at the end of a popular prayer event “Morning Glory” held at the Philadelphia Church in Kakata over the weekend. The Superintendent in his statement revealed that Margibi and

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To Transform BWI To TVET Technical College, Atty. Tarnue Calls For More Financial And Technical Support

In his quest to transform the Booker Washington Institute (BWI) into Liberia’s first TVET Technical College or University in the shortest possible time, the Principal and Chief Executive Officer of the Institute Atty. Harris Fomba Tarnue has called for more financial and technical supports. Mr. Tarnue has also appealed to those that are concern with developing the skills of the

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Confusion Erupts On Capitol Hill Over Speaker Chambers Refusal To Place War Crimes Court Resolution On Agenda

Confusion erupted on Friday, at the House of Representatives over the alleged refusal of Speaker Bhofal Chambers to place the resolution establishing the War and Economic Crimes Court (WECC) in Liberia. The newest discussion on whether or not there will be an establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia took a different path at the House of Representatives

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The Senate has overwhelmingly approved three constitutional propositions, including dual citizenship, reduction of the tenures of the President, Vice President and the date for the holding of elections in the country. The three constitutional propositions are in accordance with Article 91 of the 1986 Constitution and have been sent to the House of Representatives for concurrence. Article 91: “This Constitution

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