Author Archives: The Monrovia Times

First Four Points By Sheraton Hotel Monrovia Means Good News For Liberia Tourism

A franchise agreement with Marriott International was signed today for the first Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Liberia, located in the capital city, Monrovia. The hotel is due to become the first internationally branded hotel in the country upon opening in 2020 and will be managed by Aleph Hospitality under the Four Points by Sheraton brand. The landmark property

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A Reflection On The First Anniversary Of The Pro-Poor Government Of The Republic of Liberia

By Bartum Kulah “Goat law is different from sheep law.” That was a prominent CDC partisan’s response to Rep Yekeh Kolubah’s complaint that “only his security guard was arrested in the riot which occurred in District 10.” In essence, this individual was being honest in saying to all Liberians that “CDC partisans operate under a separate law from that of

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Children Of Ex-Peacekeepers, Visually Impaired Benefit From Church Donations In Brewerville

By Obediah Johnson The Christ In You Worldwide Revivals headquartered in the United States of America has identified with orphans and students at the UNICO Orphanage and the Liberian School for the Blind in Brewerville, outside Monrovia. The UNICO Orphanage Home was founded several years ago to cater to children abandoned or left behind by some soldiers that came for

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Rep. Kolubah Blasts Pres. Weah Over Chugbor Road Dedication

By: Mohammed Donzo-Contributor Montserrado: Montserrado County District 10 Lawmaker has blasted Pres. George Weah over what he termed as ‘gross disrespect’ to the people of District 10 over the dedication of the Chugbor road without prior consultation. The Chugbor road which has existed since 1982 without pavement was a part of several roads dedicated by Pres. Weah recently as part

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UK Based-Liberian Launches Research on ‘Land Grabbing’ In Liberia

 By:  Ida Reeves- Contributor Monserrado: A Liberian PhD student based in the UK has stressed the need for Concession Companies’ agreements to be more strategic in terms of job distribution in affected communities. Fidel Buby who is currently in Liberia to launch his research on ‘Land Grabbing’ by Concession Companies indicated that promises usually made by concession companies were not

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‘Dual Citizenship’ Debate Resonates As Diaspora Liberians Mount Pressure on Weah’s Administration

Morovia: The debate around dual citizenship in Liberia has resonated with a call for the George Weah-led government to ensure that Liberians and their children abroad are covered under the laws of Liberia and the rights accorded thereof. Recently, at a meeting organized by President Weah to interact and solicit the views of diaspora Liberians visiting the country, on Liberia’s development process,

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In Margibi County, Community Radio Honors Several Individuals, Institutions

Margibi County: A Community Radio Station in Kakata Margibi County Radio Margibi has honored several individuals and Institutions for their numerous contributions made to the entity over the years at an elaborate program recently. The honorees include Margibi District #4 Representative Ben A. Fofana, prominent citizens Moses M. Tokpah, Nula L. Binda, Christine W. Kennedy, Jeremiah H. Yengbeh, FARBRA-LIBERIA INC. Operation Manager Mr. J. B. Whykies Mende, Mr. Dorbor Dennis, Mr. Frederick Kermue, Mr. Anthony M. Jallah, LoneStar Cell GSM,

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