IFES To Honor Ellen

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The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) will honor former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia with its 2018 Charles T. Manatt Democracy Award. Due to a scheduling conflict, she will accept the award remotely via a video message to be featured at a special ceremony on September 24, in […]

Painful’

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-Justice Ja’neh Terms Retirement In Liberia By R. Joyclyn Wea Associate Justice, Kabineh Ja’neh of the Supreme Court of Liberia has termed as ‘painful’ retirement in Liberia. According to Justice Ja’neh, unlike in the past, it is very difficult for people to express willingness to be retired on grounds that […]

OHCHR Country Rep. Urges Gov’t

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The Country Representative of the Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights, Uchenna Emelonye has challenged National Government to now look at crafting necessary policies including legal instrument that will benefit the already suffering masses. Emelonye warned national actors not to develop policies that will further affect the livelihood […]

LIS Trains 40 Officers In Border Management

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By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. The Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) in collaboration with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and its partners is undertaking a four (4) day free border management training for forty (40) officers. The training which is currently taking place in Gbarnga, Bong County began […]

CNDRA Signs MOU With Local NGOs

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The Center for National Documents and Records Agency on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 signed a Memorandum of Understanding with six local nongovernmental Organizations for the purpose of implementing CNDRA decentralization efforts in Liberia. They include; Empowerment Rehabilitation Services (ERS), Foundation for All Ages Liberia FAAL), and Liberia Education Action for Development […]

Women Group Hopeful of Weah’s Gov’t

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The National Chairlady of a group of women under the banner ‘Ladies for Weah,’ Madam Anastacia S. Foryoh says they are confident of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government headed by President George Manneh Weah. According to Madam Foryoh, to ensure to the success of the government, they will […]

IAA Boss Contradicts Act?

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By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. Information gathered by this paper revealed that the current Director General of the Internal Audit Agency (IAA), Barten Nyenswah reportedly falls short of criteria to head the entity . E. Barten Nyenswah was appointed early February by President George Weah to head the Internal Audit […]

Sinoe Woe Deepens

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-As Rep. Zarzar Cautions Colleagues Sinoe County for more than three months has been walloped up into crisis particularly amongst members of the County’s Legislative Caucus. The crisis ranges from political supremacy, domination, and strong quest for power struggle by some Members of the Sinoe Legislative Caucus. The Caucus’ members […]

Rep. Koiwood Assures Paved-Road for Gbarpolu

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-Calls For Reconciliation Among Citizens Road construction continues to be a top priority of George Weah’s administration, in the wake of pronouncement from key stalwarts of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) holding legislative position about implementing the agenda in their respective constituency. Representative Alfred G. Koiwood of electoral District […]

Gender Ministry Fulfills Promises

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By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has finally fulfilled its promises to the winners of the just ended Independence Day children extravaganza. The Ministry gave out cash prizes to the various winners who participated in various competitions organized by the ministry as a […]

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