‘More Lies’

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-Speaker Chambers Digs Deep In TRC By Reuben Sei Waylaun At long last, House Speaker Bhofal Chambers has finally had his say on the controversial Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) works in the country. The TRC was established to provide a forum that will address issues of impunity, as well […]

GAC Boss Rejects Salary Cut

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-Resists To Sign Payroll By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. This paper has been reliably informed that the Auditor General at the General Auditing Commission (GAC), Yousador Gaye has reportedly refused to sign the payroll of the GAC. Our source who begged not to be named said the Auditor General’s action […]

‘Divisive’

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-Former Bong County Supt Descends On VP Taylor By R Joyclyn Wea Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor is reportedly under the limelight for her alleged ‘divisive politics’ in Bong County particularly those in the opposition. According to Selena Polson-Mappy, former Superintendent of the county, the former Senator’s action is said to […]

Diamond Food Gets US$25,000.00 Fines

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-For Selling ‘Contaminated Fish’ The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has with immediate effect closed down and fined ‘’Diamond Food’’ the amount of Twenty-Five Thousand United States dollars (USD 25,000.00). Diamond Food, a business institution which is engaged in the importation of frozen food and located in Sayon Town, Bushrod […]

Weah Dedicates Somalia Drive Road

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-Signs Additional US$46million President George Weah Dedicates Phase One of the Somalia Drive Road Project; as government signs additional US$46 million for Phase two. The 13.2 Kilometers road reconstruction is financed through a grant assistance from the People of Japan. Completion of the first two lanes followed a US$50 million […]

Rep. Wiah Wants More Talks On Domestic Violence Bill

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By Reuben Sei Waylaun For the sake of better understanding and smooth landing of the passage of the proposed Domestic Violence Bill, a piece of legislation aiming to put an end to all sorts of domestic violence against women, girls, and boys, Lofa County electoral district two Representative Julie Fatormah […]

‘Faulty Street Lights’ Raise Concerns

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By Reuben Sei Waylaun Due to numerous faulty street lights at major intersections across Monrovia posing serious traffic congestion for vehicles and pedestrians, Gbarpolu County electoral district one Representative Alfred Koiwood has written the plenary of the House of Rewpresentatives to invite the Minister of Public Works to explain what […]

‘Tariffs Reduction Has Foreign Implications’

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-Rep. Kogar Declares By R Joyclyn Wea Nimba County district five Representative Samuel Kogar says the president’s decision to reduce tariffs on some basic commodities in the country has foreign implications and as such; it should be looked at carefully. Speaking Wednesday on a local radio station via mobile phone, […]

Women Push For More Health Education

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-To Save Current and Future Generations A broadcast Liberian journalist, Alicemae Wellington-Kwapo has called for more healthcare education if the present and future generations of Liberia must live a healthier and longer life. Mrs. Kwapo made the call Wednesday May 30, 2018 in Monrovia when she appeared on ECOWAS Radio […]

‘Be Patient’

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-CDC Chairman Tells Partisans By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. The Chairman of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Mulbah Morlu has urged partisans of the party to be patient and remain committed. Speaking Wednesday at the headquarters of the CDC in Congo Town outside Monrovia, Morlu said they will […]

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