CNDRA Begins Inspection of Public Documents

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For the first in the country over a decade, the Center for National Documents & Records Agency (CNDRA) or National Archives has commenced the inspection of public records and documents at various ministries, agencies and commissions of government. flashback: officials of CNDRA Inspect records and documents Making the disclosure to […]

ULAC Renews Scholarship Package

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By Reuben Sei Waylaun As part of effort to encourage academic excellence to deserving, but needy students at the University of Liberia, the University of Liberia Alumni Chorus (ULAC) Tuesday July 10, 2018 renewed it famous scholarship to effective students at the university for second semester 2017/2018 academic year. some […]

Religious Advisor Rallies Liberians Ahead Of Independence Celebration

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-Announces Independence Day Prayer Moment for Liberia As Liberians prepare for the observance of the 171st Independence Day celebration, the Religious Advisor to President George Weah is rallying Liberians, particularly Christians throughout the length and breadth of the country to come together in one accord and seek God’s intervention through prayers. […]

Mark Keshen’s Senatorial Bid: Who Is He?

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As the race for the Montserrado County by-election senatorial election draws closer, one of Liberia’s youthful entrepreneurs in the presence of Mark Keshen, affectionately known as ‘FOX’ has expressively vowed to capture votes of the people of Montserrado County in the coming elections. A native of Liberia who hailed from […]

Gov’t Admits To ‘Errors’ In NLA Case

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By R Joyclyn Wea The Supreme Court of Liberia through its Justice in Chamber last week issued a stay order halting the appointment made by President George M. Weah to have Ms. Effiong replaced as head of the National Lottery Authority (NLA) until the outcome of a conference scheduled for […]

VP Boakai’s Son Risks Jail

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-Over Alleged US$140,000.00 Theft Of Property By R Joyclyn Wea Son of Former Vice President of Liberia, Ambassador Joseph N. Boakai, risks being jailed for an action of alleged theft of property in the tone of US$140,000.00 owed the star oil company. It can be recalled that Joseph Boakai Jr. […]

Gov’t, Jackson Might Surface Before Full Bench

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-As Justice Wolokollie To Decide Their Faith By R Joyclyn Wea Associate Justice in chamber Jamesetta Wolokollie has promise to get back to counsels representing both parties in the tenure crisis (Government and Isaac Jackson) in the current complain before her. Associate Justice Wolokollie decision comes following a conference held […]

MNG Machine Smashes Employee

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-Allegedly Disables Him For Life MONVROVIA –MNG Liberia, owned by Turkish Billionaire, Mehmet Nazif Günal (whose initials of his full name made up of the name of the company) operations is affecting several Liberians, especially in its controlled areas. Ranging from environmental pollution to direct injury to employees. Over the […]

Community, Police, Magistrates Concretize Relationship

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-In Protecting Lives and Properties In an effort to bond forces in fighting crimes, and reduce pre-trial detention, community residents, police and other security officers and magistrates have unanimously agreed to concretize their relationship in protecting lives and properties. As a way forward of their agreement, the community residents guaranteed […]

CEMENCO Booked, Cow Factory, Others Next

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By R Joyclyn Wea As the joint Presidential Task Force to clean Monrovia ahead of Liberia’s 171 Independence kick starts its work, several business entities risk receiving the wrath of the City Government of Monrovia and partners. The Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) which is the lead agency to clean the […]