ANNUAL MESSAGE TO THE THIRD SESSION OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH NATIONAL LEGISLATURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA DELIVERED BY HIS EXCELLENCY DR. GEORGE MANNEH WEAH PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA THE CAPITOL BUILDING CAPITOL HILL MONROVIA, LIBERIA 27 JANUARY 2020 Madam Clar Marie Weah, First Lady of the Republic […]
Sime Darby Plantation (Liberia) Inc. ceases to be a subsidiary of the Group as divestment prevents further losses Responsible exit remains a priority with a 12-month transition period and the selection of a credible buyer
Liberian president, George M Weah wants Lawmakers work in the supreme interest of Liberians. Speaking in the rotunda of the Capitol building during the opening of the 54thLiberian legislature, president Weah said “ As you return to commence this session, it is my hope that you came with new vigor.”
The Speaker of the 54thLegislature has called on his fellow lawmakers to serve as public servants as they return to work after their annual break.
Eugene Nagbe, Minister of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) has come under criticism by CT COM Liberia boss, Christopher H.S Onanuga over his alleged lip services to the tourism sector of Liberia.
By mark N. Mengonfia The Chief Executive officer of CT.Com, Mr. Christopher Hayes Onanuga on Thursday donated five new motor bikes to the Liberian government through the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy to help in protecting the tourism sectors in the country.
Several residents in Bomi and Grad Cape Mount counties and a Civil Society Organisation have called on Mano Palm Oil Industry (MPOI) to ensure that out growers programs are implemented.
Sime Darby says no Redundancy of workers Sime Darby Plantation Liberia in a statement issued late Saturday said that the takeover by the new company, all its former employees would be retained and there would be no redundancy.
Over 250 aggrieved former workers of Arcelor Mitral Liberia (AML), who gathered under the banner of “Aggrieved Redundant Workers of AML”, have agreed to call off their planned protest against the company after the intervention of Internal Affairs Minister Varney A. Sirleaf.
Liberian president, George Weah in a short reshuffle late Thursday, dismissed the president of the University of Liberia Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks citing no reason.