Struggles For Unity

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The price we are struggling to pay for unity is causing us much more than we believe we could because leaders after rulers have not been able the least to quench our long denied thirst of unity that without hesitation could put to bed the crusading mistrust of openness and […]

Creeping Turmoil?

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-Reflection Of Failed Enforceability; Indeed The Weaknesses Rooted In The Character Of Some Trailblazers Presented COVID-19, An Unchecked Visa A deeply troubled resident of Morris’ Farm, Paynesville, Mr. Joseph T. Zinnah explaining his fear-prone saga upon learning that the Coronavirus or COVID-19 has finally shown face in Liberia, noted that […]

House Ratifies US$40m Financing Agreement

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By Mark Mengonfia The Financing Agreement ‘First Inclusive Growth Development Policy Operation’ which was sent to The House of Representatives by President George Weah seeking their approval amounting to US$40 million has been ratified. The Agreement ratified on Thursday, March 19, 2020 which is in the President’s communication addressed to […]

HOR Summons 5 Gov’t’s Entities

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By Mark N. Mengonfia The House of Representatives has summoned five government functionaries to appear on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 to provide an update and steps taken to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. The decision of that body to have invited the five government ministries and agencies was due […]

Punishment Awaits Officials Of Govt If…

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By R. Joyclyn Wea Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbehas warned that government officials will be punished if they are caught misinforming the Liberian people about the coronavirus in the country. Speaking at a press conference late Thursday evening, the Information Ministry boss also warned Liberians to stop politicizing the virus […]

ALJA Applauds PUL For Peaceful Protest

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–Debunks Corruption Probe Report Against Former National President The Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA) is commending the Press Union of Liberia(PUL) for the recent orchestrated and peacefully executed journalists protest conducted in Monrovia, Liberia,  in the wake of widespread physical assaults targeted at journalists in the country […]

USAID, Ministry of Education Launch Reading Demonstration Program

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USAID Read Liberia and the Ministry of Education on Friday, March 13, 2020, kicked off a reading demonstration program to mark International Reading Month, an effort to promote reading, especially for children in kindergarten through second grade. Nearly 200 people including parents, students and teachers  gathered at the LangoLippaye School […]

PUL Welcomes Govt’s Decision

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-To Investigate Brutality Against Journalists The Press Union of Liberia welcomes the constitution of a committee by President George Weah to investigate brutality against some members of the media by state securities. The Press Union of Liberia interpose no objection to the credibility of those named on the presidential committee […]

“Sodomy Should Be Non-Bailable”

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-G/ Bassa Lawmaker Seeks Amendment Of Panel Law By Mark N. Mengonfia The House of Representatives’ Committee on Judiciary has been mandated to review a request from Grand Bassa County District four Lawmaker seeking for an amendment of the Panel Law of Liberia to make aggravated Involuntary Sodomy and Involuntary […]

Guilty!

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-As Journalist’s Killer Nailed Jonathan Williams has finally been adjudged guilty by the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court in Bomi County for killing Journalist Tyron Brown in their Kingdom Care Community on the Du-Port Road. The court sided with prosecution on grounds that it proved the crime of murder against Jonathan […]