Author Archives: Lisa Diasay

Deputy Speaker Prince Moye Gets Double Honor

Monrovia: The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representative of the 54th National Legislature has received double honor from a Media institution and Students’ group for his immeasurable support to humanity throughout Liberia. Both the Salala District Students Association in Bong County and the Classic FM owner of the Gibi Agenda Newspaper in Margibi County bestowed separate honors on Deputy

Read more

Press Freedom Act Finally Passed

Monrovia: The Liberian Senate today at 12:13 pm concurred With House of Representatives on the Passage of the “Kamara Abdullah Kamara Act of Press Freedom”. The Senate took the decision on Thursday, February 7, 2019, during its 8th day sitting 2nd session of the 54th Legislature. The Senate concurrence vote was triggered by a comprehensive report from the Body’s Committee

Read more

‘Clar Hope Foundation’ Receives Donation To Boost Humanitarian Outreach

Monrovia: US-based charity, Save More Kids, has donated an assortment of food items worth over US$22,000 to the Clar Hope Foundation. The donation included bags of American seasoned sardines and perfection enriched rice. The head of Save More Kids, Quanuquanei Karmue, praised First Lady Clar Weah for her humanitarian initiatives aimed at improving the lives of underprivileged Liberians, a move

Read more

In Zeayema District Creation ‘House’ Votes Override Pres. Weah’s Veto

Monrovia: The Plenary of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 voted to submit a resolution to override Pres. George Weah’s veto of an act to create Zeayema District in Lofa County. Recently, President Weah vetoed the act citing financial, constitutional and institutional reasons, highlighting economic burden on the already struggling economy. “I surmise that they intended for

Read more

Liberia: “A struggling Economy’ As Missing 16 Billion Report Expected In Late February

Monrovia: Following months of wait over the much-anticipated report in the alleged missing billion sagas, President George Weah has disclosed that the international investigators’ report is expected at the end of February this year. Pres. Weah made the disclosure during the State of the Nation address before members of the 54th National Legislature in the Joint Chambers of the Capitol

Read more
« Older Entries