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Thursday, April 5th, 2018

 

Klaô Heritage Foundation Hails Pres. Weah

The Klaô Heritage Foundation has congratulated the Government of Liberia, under the leadership of President George Manneh Weah, for the wonderful achievements it continues to make in such a short time. The group feels assured that the country is on the right path to recovery and sustained socioeconomic growth, peaceRead More


New Agriculture Minister To Prioritize Food Security

The Ministry of Agriculture has promised to tackle food security in four years from now in Liberia. According to the Agriculture Minister Dr. Mogana N. Flomo, four years are enough for Liberia to produce sufficient food in the country. Dr. Flomo stated that Liberia has to cultivate enough food cropsRead More


Police Chief Denies Downsizing Officers

The Inspector General of the Liberia National Police (LNP) Col. Patrick T. Sudue has dismissed claims that he downsized 30 police officers. He was reacting to a Monday publication of a local daily that he downsized 30 officers. Col. Sudue said the report is false, misleading and expressed disappointment inRead More


Justice Minister Recuses Himself

Amidst huge public outcry, Justice Minister Cllr. Frank Musa Dean has recused himself from the investigation commissioned by President George Weah into the acquisition of the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) Block 13 by the Broadway Consolidated/Peppercoast (BCP) and its subsequent sale to Exxon Mobil. According to Cllr. Dean,Read More


Nigerian Law School Honors VP Taylor

The Students’ Representatives Council (SRC) of the Nigeria Law School in Bwari, few kilometres outside Abuja, has presented to the Liberian Vice President, Her Excellency, Mrs. Howard Taylor-Jewel its ‘Life Time Achievement Award’. A release from the Liberian Embassy in Abuja quotes the Nigerian Law School’s SRC as stating thatRead More