Author Archives: Moses M. Tokpah

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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“If The President Does Not Act Then He Is Not A Democratic Government” Says Cllr. Gongloe

Though he lauded the President for writing those he referred to as the people’s Representatives (the National Legislature) over the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court, the President of the Liberia National Bar Association Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe says if President George Manneh Weah does not act on what the Liberian people have proffered (the establishment of War and

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Armed Robbery Rocks Gbarnga – As Citizens Live In Fear

Several Communities in Gbarnga, Bong County came under heavy attack early Wednesday and Friday morning on September 18-20, 2019. The communities include Lofa Road Community, Brooklyn and Kokoyah Road Communities. Many of the victims who received cutlass and bullet wounds during the attack told our correspondent in separate interviews that the robber, armed to their teeth with machetes and other

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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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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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MARCUSA’s President Wants Financial Aid Re-established-Admonishes Colleagues To Hold Together

The newly inducted President of the Margibi Cuttington University Student Association (MARCUSA), J. Lux Fallah wants the Margibi Legislative Caucus and the County Administration re-established the financial aid that existed in the County years ago. Mr. Fallah disclosed that students in the County are undergoing financial constraint and are only depending on donors and other partners thereby expressing the need

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