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.
The Circuit court in Sanniquellie, Nimba County has handed down its verdict in favor of Liberia Tree and Tree Company(LTTC) and its Chief Executive Officer, Hon. Ricks Toweh, former lawmaker of district number six of Nimba.
Deputy Agriculture Minister for Planning and Development has assured international partners that government prioritizes agriculture within the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD).
Quite frankly, for the past 18 months, the investment climate in Liberia has not been progressively and productively favorable, let alone responsively praiseworthy as many indicators have vividly portrayed; bleak reflection currently suffocating vast spectrum of the ailing economy of rendering it (enemy) with ‘cold feet’ and incapacitated to function […]
A-three day economic forum aimed at seeking ways to resolve Liberia’s deepening economic crisis got underway on Wednesday at the ministerial complex in Monrovia.
…Land Technology Solution Project Although a USAID Land Technology Solutions (LTS) pilot project in Blei Community Forest in Nimba County intended to test and provide a framework for a more holistic approach to managing community forest and wider landscape resources ended recently, chiefs and elders of communities near the Blei […]
…Environmentalist Cautions Graduates Against Activism An environmentalist is cautioning Liberian youth against activism because according to him, students or campus based activism initiated in the 1970s by a group of progressives including himself didn’t yield any positive results. Jeff Nyandibo, a Deputy Manager for Planning at the Environmental Protection […]
By Jean Pierr Gonani Africans were blessed by creation with rich soil and fertile lands that have provided them with beautiful and life-saving forests that has attracted the global markets and by extension, western industries interested in the massive production of furnitures and many wood related products for universal use.
-Community Residents Assert Residents of Kpalan Town have denied Media Report of their hope been dashed. Residents of the remote Village near the Lake Piso Community in the Commonwealth District of Grand Cape Mount County have denied media report that their hope has been dashed by the Community Development […]