Author Archives: Jackson P. Foyofayiah

“Hate-positions” -Koijee Terms Opposition Community; Wants Young People Cultivate Nationalistic Spirit

MONROVIA: The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson Tamba Koijee has labeled members of the opposition community as “hate-positions” and call on them to change the thought pattern towards the governing process of their country. According to Koijee, what is being exhibited in Liberia by members of the opposition community by threatening to evade the country’s peace process does not represent

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Robust Scrutiny Awaits Liberia’s “Weak” Accounting Curriculum – LICPA Assures

MONROVIA: In an effort to make Liberia an enviable country for higher education, the Liberia Institute of Certified Public Accountants (LICPA) has disclosed that plans are underway to scrutinize and improve Liberia’s current accounting curriculum for higher learning institutions; so as to meet international standard; which could help put the country’s accounting teaching methods on par with other nations in

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“Redemption Hospital Is Not Relocating” Rep. Seboe Clarifies; Says It Will Remain In Electoral District 16 Montserrado County

MONROVIA: With the persistent rumors hovering among people living within the Bushrod Island area concerning the relocation of the biggest public life-saving health facility which is located in the densely populated community of New Kru Town, Montserrado County District # 16 Representative, Dixson Wlawee Seboe has dispel the information by stating that the hospital will not be relocated as claimed

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“Yekeh’s Dilemma” Complain To House, But Summons By Justice Ministry

MONROVIA: What appears to be a complete travesty of legislative best practices was seen on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, at the Capitol Building when House Speaker Bhofal Chambers allegedly denied a formal complained filed by Representative Yekeh Kolubah from surfacing on the House’s agenda. Speaker Chambers in addressing the matter said he did not receive any form of communication from

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Enders To Contest 2020 Senatorial Elections In Montserrado

MONROVIA: As fifteen seats of the Liberian Senate will be declared vacant in mid-next year, interested candidates are beginning to express interests with Montserrado County District # 6 Representative, Samuel Enders being of no exception. Though he is already part of the Legislature particular the House of Representatives and has served almost one year in his position since his election

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