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President Weah’s Special Review Committee Adopts Guidelines to Constitute Code of Conduct

Monrovia – A nine-man Special Review Committee set up by President George Manneh Weah has agreed and adopted guidelines to constitute its Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct is to enhance and ensure efficiency, integrity and transparency in the work of th
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President Weah’s Special Review Committee Adopts Guidelines to Constitute Code of Conduct

Monrovia – A nine-man Special Review Committee set up by President George Manneh Weah has agreed and adopted guidelines to constitute its Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct is to enhance and ensure efficiency, integrity and transparency in the work of the committee as enshrined in the Presidential Authorization. The drafting of the Code of Conduct kick starts the activity of the committee.

Liberia: Crown Hill, Slip Way Residents Demand Relocation Package Ahead of Bali Island Project

Monrovia - Residents of communities that would be affected by the construction of a bridge to link central Monrovia with Bali Island are proposing an early relocation package before the start of the project.
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Liberia: Crown Hill, Slip Way Residents Demand Relocation Package Ahead of Bali Island Project

Monrovia - Residents of communities that would be affected by the construction of a bridge to link central Monrovia with Bali Island are proposing an early relocation package before the start of the project.

Liberia: Legislators Staying Away from Sessions

Monrovia - It has been observed that many lawmakers especially members of the Liberian Senate are on a daily basis boycotting sessions without giving genuine reasons or excuses.
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Liberia: Legislators Staying Away from Sessions

Monrovia - It has been observed that many lawmakers especially members of the Liberian Senate are on a daily basis boycotting sessions without giving genuine reasons or excuses.

Solicitor General-Designate Assures Reform in Justice System

Monrovia - Despite numerous challenges facing the prosecutorial arm of the Ministry of Justice, Cllr. Daku Mulbah, and Solicitor General-designate has vowed to bring reform to the justice system, if he is confirmed.
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Solicitor General-Designate Assures Reform in Justice System

Monrovia - Despite numerous challenges facing the prosecutorial arm of the Ministry of Justice, Cllr. Daku Mulbah, and Solicitor General-designate has vowed to bring reform to the justice system, if he is confirmed.

Government of Liberia, George Kailondo Suspected of Having Link to Murder of Journalist Tyron Browne

Monrovia - Recent unfolding events especially as it relates to the mysterious, gruesome murder of Journalist Tyron Browne continue to pounder and disturb the minds of Liberians and the media community, with several allegations coming from various sectors.
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Government of Liberia, George Kailondo Suspected of Having Link to Murder of Journalist Tyron Browne

Monrovia - Recent unfolding events especially as it relates to the mysterious, gruesome murder of Journalist Tyron Browne continue to pounder and disturb the minds of Liberians and the media community, with several allegations coming from various sectors.

Joint Security Concern Investigates Series of Mysterious Deaths in Liberia

Monrovia - With less than three months of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government, the Joint Security Committee said their attention has been drawn to series of unexplained deaths around the country.
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Joint Security Concern Investigates Series of Mysterious Deaths in Liberia

Monrovia - With less than three months of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) government, the Joint Security Committee said their attention has been drawn to series of unexplained deaths around the country.

Launch of Shuttle Service Enhances Liberia’s Airport Transport Service

Monrovia - Amid the huge challenges confronting Liberia’s transport system, the Infinity Shuttle Service has launched a shared ride and point-point airport shuttle service in the country.
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Launch of Shuttle Service Enhances Liberia’s Airport Transport Service

Monrovia - Amid the huge challenges confronting Liberia’s transport system, the Infinity Shuttle Service has launched a shared ride and point-point airport shuttle service in the country.

Liberia’s FIU Tightens Screws On Money Laundering And Terrorist Financing

Monrovia – Liberia’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) began a money laundering and terrorist financing (ML&TF) national risk assessment (NRA) workshop at the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) on April 17.
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Liberia’s FIU Tightens Screws On Money Laundering And Terrorist Financing

Monrovia – Liberia’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) began a money laundering and terrorist financing (ML&TF) national risk assessment (NRA) workshop at the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) on April 17.

Liberia’s Elections Commission Certificates Two Lawmakers Following Prolonged Election Disputes

Monrovia - At long last the National Elections Commission (NEC) has certificated two lawmakers from Bong and Nimba Counties who were prevented from taking their seats at the Capitol along with their fellow representatives due to protests from other candidate
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Liberia’s Elections Commission Certificates Two Lawmakers Following Prolonged Election Disputes

Monrovia - At long last the National Elections Commission (NEC) has certificated two lawmakers from Bong and Nimba Counties who were prevented from taking their seats at the Capitol along with their fellow representatives due to protests from other candidates over the result of the poll.

ASPYRE Trains Male and Female Entrepreneurs in Lower Montserrado

Monrovia - The Activating a Supportive Platform for Young Rural Entrepreneurs (ASPYRE) project is celebrating 36 young men and women’s completion of the “I Am an Entrepreneur” training in Morris’ Farm, Todee, Montserrado on April 11, 2018.
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ASPYRE Trains Male and Female Entrepreneurs in Lower Montserrado

Monrovia - The Activating a Supportive Platform for Young Rural Entrepreneurs (ASPYRE) project is celebrating 36 young men and women’s completion of the “I Am an Entrepreneur” training in Morris’ Farm, Todee, Montserrado on April 11, 2018.

University of Liberia IT Contract Awarded to Mwanta ‘Not Legal’

Monrovia - With no bidding process and advertisement done as required by the Public Procurement Concession Commission (PPCC), the University of Liberia on March 5, 2018 chose to name a Liberian software firm, Mwantana Consultant Technology, to run its digita
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University of Liberia IT Contract Awarded to Mwanta ‘Not Legal’

Monrovia - With no bidding process and advertisement done as required by the Public Procurement Concession Commission (PPCC), the University of Liberia on March 5, 2018 chose to name a Liberian software firm, Mwantana Consultant Technology, to run its digital registration program.

Former President of Press Union of Liberia, Abdullah Kamara is Dead

Monrovia - The Liberian Media landscape has been dealt another blow just a day following the gruesome murder of Journalist Tryon Browne of Super FM.
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Former President of Press Union of Liberia, Abdullah Kamara is Dead

Monrovia - The Liberian Media landscape has been dealt another blow just a day following the gruesome murder of Journalist Tryon Browne of Super FM.

Liberia’s First Military Pilots Graduate in Nigeria

Monrovia – Two officers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), 2nd Lieutenants Jerreck Jeff Dwanah, Jr., and Varney A. Sieleaf,  become the first post war certified commercial pilots in the AFL as they were winged on Monday, April 16, 2018, at the Nigerian
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Liberia’s First Military Pilots Graduate in Nigeria

Monrovia – Two officers of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), 2nd Lieutenants Jerreck Jeff Dwanah, Jr., and Varney A. Sieleaf,  become the first post war certified commercial pilots in the AFL as they were winged on Monday, April 16, 2018, at the Nigerian Airforce Headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria.

Catholic Church: Land Rights Bill Crucial in Keeping the Peace

Monrovia - Catholic Bishops Conference of Liberia (CABICOL) has said that the Land Rights Bill is crucial and should properly be reviewed before it is passed into law.
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Catholic Church: Land Rights Bill Crucial in Keeping the Peace

Monrovia - Catholic Bishops Conference of Liberia (CABICOL) has said that the Land Rights Bill is crucial and should properly be reviewed before it is passed into law.

Parents, Teachers Weigh Progress of Partnership Schools Outside Monrovia

Buchanan, Grand Bassa County – Hannah Diggs wears a bright smile while cutting dough of flour into shapes to be baked into cokies. It’s a bright Monday morning in the port city of Buchanan – 83 miles away from Liberia’s capital - Monrovia and she is c
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Parents, Teachers Weigh Progress of Partnership Schools Outside Monrovia

Buchanan, Grand Bassa County – Hannah Diggs wears a bright smile while cutting dough of flour into shapes to be baked into cokies. It’s a bright Monday morning in the port city of Buchanan – 83 miles away from Liberia’s capital - Monrovia and she is certain pupils of the Sarah Sampson George Elementary School, few meters away, would be her customers.

BREAKING NEWS: Liberian Journalist Found Dead; Murderer Remains Unknown

Monrovia – Tyron A. Brown, a journalist working with a  local radio station in Monrovia – Super FM – has been murdered.
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BREAKING NEWS: Liberian Journalist Found Dead; Murderer Remains Unknown

Monrovia – Tyron A. Brown, a journalist working with a  local radio station in Monrovia – Super FM – has been murdered.

‘Full-Scale Probe’ Underway: Liberia Vows to Bring Perpetrators of Slain Journalist to Justice

New York - Hours after the fatal murder of journalist Tyron A. Brown, Liberia's Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe says the Weah-led government will leave no stone unturned in bringing the killers to justice.
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‘Full-Scale Probe’ Underway: Liberia Vows to Bring Perpetrators of Slain Journalist to Justice

New York - Hours after the fatal murder of journalist Tyron A. Brown, Liberia's Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe says the Weah-led government will leave no stone unturned in bringing the killers to justice.

UNESCO-MRU Agreed MOU for Partnership in Enhanced Growth and Development

Paris, France – The United Nations Educational and Scientific Cultural Organization,(UNESCO), and the Mano River Union(MRU) have held talks on the need to sign a Memorandum Of Understanding(MOU) that will ensure that the two organizations work closely toget
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UNESCO-MRU Agreed MOU for Partnership in Enhanced Growth and Development

Paris, France – The United Nations Educational and Scientific Cultural Organization,(UNESCO), and the Mano River Union(MRU) have held talks on the need to sign a Memorandum Of Understanding(MOU) that will ensure that the two organizations work closely together in many areas.

Vice President Howard-Taylor and Chinese Ambassador Inspect Chinese Aided Bamboo And Rattan Weaving Projects

Monrovia – Vice president Jewel Howard-Taylor and the Ambassador accredited to Liberia, H.E.  Fu Jijun on Thursday April 12, 2018    toured a Chinese-aided Bamboo and Rattan Weaving Project at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville, outside Monr
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Vice President Howard-Taylor and Chinese Ambassador Inspect Chinese Aided Bamboo And Rattan Weaving Projects

Monrovia – Vice president Jewel Howard-Taylor and the Ambassador accredited to Liberia, H.E.  Fu Jijun on Thursday April 12, 2018    toured a Chinese-aided Bamboo and Rattan Weaving Project at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.

AFELL Mediates Over 500 Cases; Says Its Intervention Has Helped Reduce Court Dockets

Monrovia - The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) said it has resolved 545 cases through their mediation efforts.
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AFELL Mediates Over 500 Cases; Says Its Intervention Has Helped Reduce Court Dockets

Monrovia - The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) said it has resolved 545 cases through their mediation efforts.

‘Pre-trial Detention At Monrovia Central Prison is Worrisome’ – Justice Minister

Monrovia - Accompanied by both the  Inspector General of Police and Director of  Liberia Immigration Services (LIS) , Liberia’s Justice Minister Frank Musa Dean Thursday, April, 12, 2018 visited the Monrovia Central Prison to ascertain the condition of th
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‘Pre-trial Detention At Monrovia Central Prison is Worrisome’ – Justice Minister

Monrovia - Accompanied by both the  Inspector General of Police and Director of  Liberia Immigration Services (LIS) , Liberia’s Justice Minister Frank Musa Dean Thursday, April, 12, 2018 visited the Monrovia Central Prison to ascertain the condition of the facility and inmates.

Edana Redefines Photography; Launches Liberia’s First Photography Magazine

Monrovia – Scene at the famous Paynesville Town was full of excitement as hundreds of patrons and organizers stormed the launch of Liberia’s first photography magazine.
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Edana Redefines Photography; Launches Liberia’s First Photography Magazine

Monrovia – Scene at the famous Paynesville Town was full of excitement as hundreds of patrons and organizers stormed the launch of Liberia’s first photography magazine.

NHA Encourages the Formation of Real Estate Association of Liberia

Monrovia – The Managing Director of the National Housing Authority, Hon. Duannah Siryon, Friday, April 5, 2018 held an important meeting with few representatives of the Liberia Builders Association.
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NHA Encourages the Formation of Real Estate Association of Liberia

Monrovia – The Managing Director of the National Housing Authority, Hon. Duannah Siryon, Friday, April 5, 2018 held an important meeting with few representatives of the Liberia Builders Association.

Liberia Electricity Corporation Hires Eight Graduates as Engineer-in-Training from Tubman University in Maryland County

Monrovia – The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has hired eight graduates from the William V. S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County. The graduates were hired under the LEC Internship program, which provides employment opportunities to deservi
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Liberia Electricity Corporation Hires Eight Graduates as Engineer-in-Training from Tubman University in Maryland County

Monrovia – The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) has hired eight graduates from the William V. S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County. The graduates were hired under the LEC Internship program, which provides employment opportunities to deserving students and graduates. The newly hired interns will serve as Engineers-In Training for a period of three years before integration into the LEC system.

NEC, UNDP and Partners Collaborate to Strengthen Logistics and Operations for Future Elections

Monrovia – The National Elections Commission and United Nations Development Programme supported by international partners from the European Union, Sweden, Ireland and Canada are working to strengthen the logistics and operational capacity of staff during tr
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NEC, UNDP and Partners Collaborate to Strengthen Logistics and Operations for Future Elections

Monrovia – The National Elections Commission and United Nations Development Programme supported by international partners from the European Union, Sweden, Ireland and Canada are working to strengthen the logistics and operational capacity of staff during training being held between 10-12 April 2018.

'Pres. Weah Lied' - FPA Editor Refutes Allegation of Receiving US$10k for Publicity During 2017 Elections Campaign

Monrovia – The Managing Editor of FrontPage Africa Newspaper, Mr. Rodney D. Sieh, said President George Manneh Weah lied when he said he (Weah) paid over US$10,000 to him (Sieh) for publicity during the 2017 elections campaign.
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'Pres. Weah Lied' - FPA Editor Refutes Allegation of Receiving US$10k for Publicity During 2017 Elections Campaign

Monrovia – The Managing Editor of FrontPage Africa Newspaper, Mr. Rodney D. Sieh, said President George Manneh Weah lied when he said he (Weah) paid over US$10,000 to him (Sieh) for publicity during the 2017 elections campaign.

CPJ: Liberia Should Reform Libel Laws In Wake Of $1.8m Civil Suit Against Front Page Africa

New York --The Committee to Protect Journalists today expressed concern over a US$1.8 million civil defamation lawsuit against Front Page Africa, a privately owned Liberian newspaper that has long been the subject of complaints and harassment for its critica
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CPJ: Liberia Should Reform Libel Laws In Wake Of $1.8m Civil Suit Against Front Page Africa

New York --The Committee to Protect Journalists today expressed concern over a US$1.8 million civil defamation lawsuit against Front Page Africa, a privately owned Liberian newspaper that has long been the subject of complaints and harassment for its critical reporting on successive governments.

Press Union of Liberia Alerts International Community Over ‘Escalating Waves of Government’s Intolerance against the Media in Liberia’

Monrovia - The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) says it is panicked at the fastest pace at which official intolerance for independent journalism and dissent is escalating in Liberia.
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Press Union of Liberia Alerts International Community Over ‘Escalating Waves of Government’s Intolerance against the Media in Liberia’

Monrovia - The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) says it is panicked at the fastest pace at which official intolerance for independent journalism and dissent is escalating in Liberia.

Liberia Football Association Executives Admit to Fifa US$50,000 Scandal; Agree to Repay Money

Monrovia – Liberia Football Association (LFA) Vice President Musa Shannon is the latest to admit to receiving US$1,500 from the US$50,000 Fifa sent to Liberia to fight Ebola in 2014.
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Liberia Football Association Executives Admit to Fifa US$50,000 Scandal; Agree to Repay Money

Monrovia – Liberia Football Association (LFA) Vice President Musa Shannon is the latest to admit to receiving US$1,500 from the US$50,000 Fifa sent to Liberia to fight Ebola in 2014.

World Bank Commits US$5m for Statistical Capacity Building in Liberia

Monrovia – The Liberian Government and stakeholders have launched the 2016 Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES). The launch took place on Monday, April 9, 2018 in Monrovia. The Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) was supported by develo
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World Bank Commits US$5m for Statistical Capacity Building in Liberia

Monrovia – The Liberian Government and stakeholders have launched the 2016 Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES). The launch took place on Monday, April 9, 2018 in Monrovia. The Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) was supported by development partners, including the World Bank.

Liberia Immigration Service to Intensify Border Patrol in Grand Kru County to Curb Foreigners Influx

Monrovia – Days after Grand Kru County District #2 Representative Fonati Koffa alarmed over increased influx of foreigners into the county, the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) stated that they would intensify border patrol across the county.
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Liberia Immigration Service to Intensify Border Patrol in Grand Kru County to Curb Foreigners Influx

Monrovia – Days after Grand Kru County District #2 Representative Fonati Koffa alarmed over increased influx of foreigners into the county, the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS) stated that they would intensify border patrol across the county.

Liberia Revenue Authority Validates Draft Domestic Resource Mobilizations Strategy

Monrovia – The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has commenced the final validation of the country’s draft Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) Strategy.
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Liberia Revenue Authority Validates Draft Domestic Resource Mobilizations Strategy

Monrovia – The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has commenced the final validation of the country’s draft Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) Strategy.

‘Women Of Grace’ Arrives in Liberia From U.S. to Honor VP Taylor and First Lady Clar Weah

Monrovia – Members of the Women of Grace, a US-based Liberian Christian women group are expected to arrive in Liberia this week as guest of the Liberia First Lady, Clar Marie Weah and the Vice President of Liberia, Madam Jewel Howard Taylor for their ascend
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‘Women Of Grace’ Arrives in Liberia From U.S. to Honor VP Taylor and First Lady Clar Weah

Monrovia – Members of the Women of Grace, a US-based Liberian Christian women group are expected to arrive in Liberia this week as guest of the Liberia First Lady, Clar Marie Weah and the Vice President of Liberia, Madam Jewel Howard Taylor for their ascendancy and manifest commitment to facilitate change in the Liberian society. 

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