By Mark N. Mengonfia Some Aggrieved Workers at the Liberian legislature have complained of what they called repeated and unending reduction in their monthly salaries.
By Mark N. Mengonfia The Liberian government has announced through the National Public Health Institute that the country is free of the Coronavirus, but has warned of safety measures to prevent any outbreak in the country.
By Mark N. Mengonfia The House of Representatives has mandated its Committee on National Security to investigate Montserrado County District number ten Lawmaker, of police brutality allegedly perpetrated last week Thursday.
The Liberia Immunization Platform on Thursday, December 12, 2019 joined other nations to commemorate Universal Health Coverage Day. The day was under the global theme: “Keep the Promise,” with a call for the provision of quality healthcare services for Women and girls in Liberia. Universal Health Coverage Day is an […]
-Declares Fmr. Nimba County Senator; As 16 Days Of Activism Against SGBV Is Climaxed Women and girls attending a program organized by Aiding Disadvantaged and Traumatized Women and Girls, (ADWANGA), a local nongovernmental organization committed to dignifying women and girls in Tappita District have been encouraged to stand up and […]
-Reaches Out To Them With “Heavy Heart” The President of Liberia, Dr. George MannehWeah, on Friday, December 6, 2019 paid a visit to the SKD Boulevard home of the late Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine’s family. During his visit, the President reiterated and extendrf his deepest condolence to the family of […]
-Stakeholders Want Joint Effort To End AIDS The Liberian Government through the National AIDS Commission (NAC) has ended series of activities marking this year’s World AIDS Day Commemoration. First observed in 1988, World AIDS Day has been observed on the 1st of December each year to provide opportunity for people […]
-Woman Living with HIV Tells Gov’t The keynote Speaker for this year’s world AIDS Day in Liberia has told the National AIDS Commission and other government institutions responding to HIV and AIDS to put people living with the HIV at the forefront of interventions in curtailing the spread of the […]
Serving Humanity for Empowerment and Development (SHED) and Rural Human Rights ActivistsProgramme (RHRAP) in partnership with the Finn Church Aid (FCA) with support from the European Union Tuesday November 26, 2019 donated huge consignment of essential drugs to the Ministry of Justice to be used in three prison facilities in […]
Reports reaching The New Republic say the former Political Leader of the opposition Liberty Party is dead. According to the report, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine died in the United States of America on Wednesday November 20, 2019 after a period of illness. Charles Walker Brumskine was born on 27 April […]