Author Archives: Moses M. Tokpah

BWI Workers Union Urged To Work As A Team-Celebrates 4th Anniversary

The National President of the National Association of Liberian School Principals, Emmanuel O. Kpahn is urging members of the Booker Washington Institute Workers Union (BOWIWU) to exhibit teamwork. Mr. Kpahn speaking on the theme “Team building, a very serine and salient tenet or a strong union” said if the BWI Workers Union never had a strong team; it could not

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In Margibi, 2014 Senatorial Candidate Embarks On Pre-Campaign Activity Ahead Of 2020 Midterm Election

A 2014 Senatorial candidate in Margibi County has started paving the way for his 2020 senatorial bid by carrying on pre-campaign activities and soliciting the votes of the people of Margibi County. Campaigning without the National Elections Commissioner giving a go-ahead to candidates or aspirants is a violation of the Election Laws of Liberia but Mr. Gabriel G. Bedell, Jr.

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Firestone Redundant Workers Seek Margibi Legislative Caucus, Gov’t’s Intervention

About 600 former workers of Firestone-Liberia claiming to have been in the employ of the Company are seeking for the intervention of the Margibi Legislative Caucus and the Central Government. The Chairman of the “redundant employees”, James Borleh, Sr. told The Monrovia Times in Kakata recently that their call for the intervention of the Margibi Legislative Caucus and the central

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Unknown Body Discovered In Todee District-As Fear Gripped Citizens

A woman believes to be in her 30s was on Monday, July 8, 2019 discovered dead with bruises on her remains in Degagar Community, Todee District Montserrado County. Degagar Community is situated in Todee District, Montserrado County around the vicinity of the Morris American Rubber Company (MARCO) on the Suakoko highway. The Town Chief of the area, Nathan Singbeh told

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GOL Embarks On Salary Harmonization-Health Workers, Others To Get Salary Increment

Good news for health workers, Police Officers, Personals of the Armed Forces of Liberia and Teachers as Government of Liberia has announced plan to increase their salaries as part of its salary harmonization process. The disclosure was made by the Comptroller General of the Republic of Liberia, Janga Kowo in Kakata over the weekend in an interview with newsmen at

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Rep. Jones Attributes Liberia’s Problems To Poor Management Of Natural Resources And Corruption

Margibi electoral District #2 Representative, Ivar Kokulo Jones has attributed the problems of Liberia to corruption and the poor management of the Country’s natural resources. Rep. Jones made the assertion at the fourth graduation and closing exercise of the Grace International Foundation School (GIFS) held in Charlesville Township, Lower Margibi County over the weekend. The Lawmaker in his assertion said

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BWI AA Liberia’s Chapter Leadership Boycott Founder’s Day Celebration-Atty. Tarnue Says It Is A Disgrace

The Principal and Executive Officer of the Booker T. Washington Institute (BWI) Harris Fomba Tarnue has described as a disgrace on the BWI Alumni Association Liberia’s chapter for the absence of the Association’s Leadership from the Institute’s founder day held in Kakata recently. Mr. Tarnue disclosed that the absence of the Association’s President and every officer is a reflection that

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