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“Bring Back Our Rice Mail Machine” Bong Citizens Demands LACRA

Bong County Citizens are calling on the Liberia Agriculture Commodities Regulatory Authority (LACRA) local office to bring back their Rice Mail Machine. LACRA was established by an act of Legislation in 2014 to replace the Liberia Produce Marketing Corporation (LPMC) as defined in chapter 57 of the Executive Law of 1993 to promote production, processing, and marketing of high quality

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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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Sulunteh Trashes Rumor Of Accepting Government Job In Bong

Former Liberia Ambassador and Bong County Senatorial hopeful Jeremiah C. Sulunteh has trashed rumor that he has accepted a governmental job in order to pull out of the pending 2020 election. Ambassador Sulunteh said at no time he ever considered withdrawing from the upcoming 2020 senatorial election in exchange for job of any description. The former Liberian diplomat admitted been

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LIBERIANS GET EASY ACCESS TO EUROPEAN VISA- As Schengen countries Commence Issuance Of Visa In Monrovia

The 26 members Schengen Countries under the European Union have disclosed plan to officially commence the issuance of Schengen Visa in Monrovia, beginning September 16, 2019 at the French Embassy near the Liberian Capital, Monrovia. It can be recalled that during the second session of the EU-Liberia dialogue, Liberia called on the EU to consider the issuance of Schengen visa

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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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