Author Archives: Moses M. Tokpah

National Civil Society Council of Liberia Terms As Serious And Grave The Missing L$16Billion Revelations

The National Civil Society Council of Liberia has termed as serious and grave unfolding revelations about the sixteen billion Liberian dollars that reportedly got missing in a container in Liberia. The group in a press release disclosed that the revolutions undermines the fight for transparency, accountability and the rule of law and have the potential to undermine the integrity and

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Margibi Lawmaker Wants Unemployment Policy Developed

A Lawmaker of Margibi County has expressed the need for the establishment of what he called an unemployment policy for would-be redundant workers in Liberia. Senator Oscar A. Cooper said this will enable employees of the different entities to earn some money after they shall have been redundant by their employers. According to him, this will also avoid would-be redundant

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BWI In Collaboration With GIZ Dedicates US$50,000 Project In Kakata

The Administration of the Booker T. Washington Institute in collaboration with GIZ has dedicated a modern Masonry section (shop) and two residential apartments at the Institute worth about fifty thousand United States dollar (US$50,000). The project which is funded by GIZ and implemented by BWI was dedicated recently at the American Corner Library located on the main campus of the

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New FAWUL Leadership Promises Adequate Representation

Days following their election, the new leadership of the Firestone Agricultural Workers Union has promised to adequately represent workers at the Firestone Rubber Plantation. The Chairman-elect of the Union, Mr. Abel Ngigie in an interview with newsmen at his Harbel office recently, said his leadership will consistently engage the management of the Company on issues affecting the workers. Mr. Ngigie

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Margibi Labor Commissioner Warns Against Bad Labor Practices

The Labor Commissioner of Margibi County, Anthony O. Moses has warned against bad Labor practices, threatening to fine those involved or shut down their entities. Mr. Moses in an interview with this writer earlier this week said there are some Liberian own entities that are involved in the act of carrying out bad labor practices against their own people adding

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In Firestone, 76 Redundant Workers Seek Gov’t Intervention-As Senator Cooper Probes In

About Seventy-six (76) redundant workers of Firestone-Liberia residing in Gazon Reserve, Division #16 are seeking for the intervention of the government of Liberia after they were layoff by the Firestone Management. The redundant workers some of whom worked with the Company at its Rubber Wood department or factory in Division #16 were layoff by the Company recently due to what

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Senators Cooper, Tornorlah Rescue Margibi Leadership-Provide US$2,000 To Aggrieved Money Exchangers

Senators Oscar A. Cooper and Jim W. Tornorlah of Margibi County have rescued the Leadership of the County from a money changer group under the banner “Harbel Super Market Money Exchangers” who may have stage another protest in demand of money that was borrowed from them by the Leadership months back. The two Senators recently gave the group the amount

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