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Monday, February 19th, 2018


Justice Minister-designate Allays Fears

The Justice Minister-designate, Cllr. Frank Musa Dean has told Senators on Monday, February 19, 2018 that he would not bow to government politics to prosecute without evidence. “I can assure you that in the event where politics comes into conflict with the rule of law and it cannot be harmonized,Read More

Experience Crisis Hits Health Ministry Nominee

Senators serving on the Committee on Health last Thursday expressed fear about the Deputy Minister of Administration-designate, Ministry of Health, based observation that she lacks the experience to serve the office. President George Manneh Weah nominated Norwu Gaba Howard, the Deputy Minister-designate for Administration at the Ministry of Health, toRead More

CDC Stalwart Endorses Reconciliation

A Stalwart of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) says he welcomes the proposal of a reunion of CDCians to set the pace for national unity and reconciliation in the quest of a sustainable peace and development. George B. Gould said the party must also reach out to individuals whoRead More

Liberia Labor Congress Seeks Better Industry

The Liberia Labor Congress (LLC) wants the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government to industrialize Liberia’s economy. According to the Secretary General of the LLC, David D. Sackoh, the industrialization of the economy will foster huge employment across the country. Mr. Sackoh stated that if concession companies start manufacturingRead More

Defeated Candidate Welcomes Koijee’s Appointment

A 2017 Representative candidate in Margibi County, T. Maxwell Grigsby has congratulated Jefferson Koijee on his preferment as Mayor of Monrovia. “Your preferment is not just an ordinary appointment but appreciation of the honest struggle and loyalty to the Mighty Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC),” Grigsby stated. According to him,Read More

Winston Tubman Ready To Serve Weah

Cllr. Winston A. Tubman, former Standard Bearer of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), has said he is ready to serve in President George Manneh Weah’s government if he is called upon to work. Cllr. Tubman stated that Liberia is his country and that if called upon by Liberia’s newestRead More

VP Taylor To Build Modern Library In Bong

The Vice President of Liberia Madam Jewel Howard-Taylor has made her first official visit to her home County, Bong County, since her inauguration, making several interventions in critical areas of interest. VP Howard-Taylor prior to her election as Liberia’s first female Vice President, served as Senator of Bong County forRead More

Public Works Engineers Decry Salary Disparity

Engineers at the Ministry of Public Works have raised alarm over low and unfair distribution of salaries and general allowances amongst workers at the Ministry. According to the engineers of the Ministry, what they receive, considering their qualifications and experiences coupled with their services provided, is unreasonable. The engineers madeRead More

Education Minister, Two Deputies Confirmed

Professor Dao Ansu Sonii has been confirmed as Minister of Education by the Liberian Senate. Prof. Sonii was confirmed along with two deputy ministers, Latim Da-thong as Deputy Minister for Administration, and Alton Kesselly as Deputy Minister for Planning. The three ministers faced confirmation hearings before 13 senators in a session chaired by Sen. Dallas Gueh,Read More

Grand Bassa Tops Revenue Contribution

Grand Bassa County has emerged as the highest revenue collecting county for the second quarter of the 2017/18 fiscal period, according to the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) County Revenue Collection Report. The LRA in the months of October, November and December, representing the 2ndQuarter, collected a total of US$1.7 millionRead More