Firestone Denies Bad Labor Practice

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-But Admits Illegal Marketing By Reuben Sei Waylaun The Management of Firestone Rubber Company has denied the claims of bad labor practice, but at the same time admits to illegal marketing and production of cocoa and coffee, contrary to the terms of the concession agreement reached with the Liberian Government. […]

Smart Game?

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-Liberians Question Sen. Sherman Over New Bill By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. It seems that Grand Cape Mount County Senator, Cllr. Varney Sherman is trying to play some kind of smart game with the introduction of his new Bill within the legislature. This game could be that the Grand Cape […]

US$1Million Needed To Audit Gov’t’s Entities

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-GAC Asserts By T. Saye Goinleh Authorities at the General Auditing Commission (GAC) have announced that in order to carry out a total audit of all government ministries and agencies in the country, the agency needs not less than one million United States dollars to conduct the process. According to […]

UL To Establish School Of Public Health

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Authorities of the state-run University of Liberia or UL on Thursday held a stakeholder meeting over the establishment of three health programs at the institution. It could be recalled that the three programs, namely; Certificate in Health System Leadership and Management (CHSLM), a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BScPH) […]

Rep Domah Wants Townships In Garwonpa & Miahplay Yezleah

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Reuben Sei Waylaun Nimba electoral district seven Representative, Roger Domah has submitted a Bill to the plenary of the House of Representatives for the creation of townships in his district. The Nimba County lawmaker wants the creation of townships in Garwonpa in Wee-Gbehyi Administrative district and Miaplay Yezleah in Zoe-Gbao […]

“Invest In Teacher Education”

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-Dr. Cassell Admonishes Gov’t By Moses M. Tokpah (Margibi County) The Dean of the William V.S. Tubman Teachers College at the University of Liberia, Dr. Cecelia Cassell is admonishing the government of Liberia to invest in teacher education in the country. The Liberian female educator speaking at the 2017/2018 graduation […]

School Principal Welcomes ETON, EBOMAF Loan Agreements

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By Moses M. Tokpah (Margibi County) The Principal of the Kakata Community College, Anthony M. Jallah has welcomed the signing of the Eton and EBOMAF loan agreements by the Liberian Government. Jallah on Wednesday June 27, 2018 told our reporter that the signing of the agreements will bring relief to […]

‘Error, Violation’

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-PUL Vice President Terms Upcoming Congress By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. The vice president of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), Octavin Williams has termed the upcoming congress announced by the leadership of the PUL as a ‘complete error’ and a violation of the Union’s constitution. Addressing a news conference […]

Minister Sonii Encourages Transparency

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-In Education At Tertiary Level The Minister of Education, Ansu Dao Sonii Sr. who statutorily serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Commission on Higher Education is encouraging colleges and universities whose operational permits have expired to seek renewal immediately. He reminds educators to remain law […]

BWI Turns 89

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-Several Activities Lined Up To Mark Founder’s Day This Saturday Several activities have been lined up in commemoration this weekend of the 89th founding anniversary of the Booker Washington Institute (BWI), Liberia’s oldest technical and vocational training high school in Kakata, Margibi County. The institute came into being in 1929 through […]

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