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Monday, March 12th, 2018

 

Liberian Artists Exhibit Work In Paris

Two Liberian artists were selected among several others to represent Africa at International Women’s Day programs held Thursday at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France. Sidibe A. Musa and Ellen Vaibah Zeze presented their paintings and drawings at the program showcasing artistic works that portray the activities and social andRead More


More Appointments Made In Government

President George Manneh Weah has made further appointments in government affecting the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Those appointed include: Local Government: Ministry of Internal Affairs Momolu S. Johnson – Deputy Minister for Administration Joseph Jangar – Assistant Minister for Culture & Customs Losene Siryon – Assistant Minister for Technical ServicesRead More


Vice President’s Office Denies Visa Story

The Office of the Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has rejected a publication by the Hot Pepper Newspaper insinuating that the Honorable Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor was denied US visa. The paper in its banner headline, captioned, ‘Jewel off to the US; Visa issues, War and Economic Crimes persist’, claimed thatRead More


Sinoe Citizen Blasts Legislators

The Chairman of the Project Management Committee of Sinoe County, Mr. Klahn- Gboloh Jarbah has condemned the current political infighting amongst Sinoe County legislators. Mr. Jarbah said the scale and gravity of the infighting amongst the legislators mark a worrying escalation of a conflict and that no cause can justifyRead More


Labour Ministry Frowns On Illegal Actions

The Ministry of Labour has observed with dismay the increase in the number of illegal actions by employers and workers at workplaces in recent time across the country, which stands in total violation of the Decent Work Act of 2015. The Labour Ministry said that such an act on theRead More


Police Chief Vows To Prioritize Public Safety

The Inspector General of the Liberia National Police (LNP), Patrick Sudue has vowed to prioritize the safety of Liberians in the discharge of his professional duties. The LNP chief, addressing a press briefing last Thursday at the Information Ministry on Capitol Hill in Monrovia, added that providing safety for theRead More


Pres. Weah Ready To Rehabilitate ‘Zogos’

President George Manneh Weah has promised to support the rehabilitation of wayward young people on the streets (commonly known as zogos) involved in drug addiction, crimes and car loading. President Weah stated the government will do everything possible to ensure that Liberian youth under drug addiction are rehabilitated. President WeahRead More