Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee
-For Wrongfully Linking Him To Commission Of Heinous Crimes
Monrovia November 12, 2019: Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee has threatened a law suit against the former Chairman of Liberia’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Cllr Jerome Verdier for allegedly linking him to the commission of heinous crimes in Liberia.
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The World Bank through its CLUS Project has donated four mini tipper trucks and a landfill bulldozer to the Monrovia CityCorporation.
The donation according to the World Bank Liberia Country Manager KhwinmaNthara isintended to enhance the work of the Monrovia City Government specifically its Solid Waste Management department in maintaining a clean, green, and safe city.
Monrovia – The National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority has disclosed that a Liberian licensed French tuna fishing vessel ‘Avel Vor’ has sunk some 180 nautical miles off Liberia’s coast last week.
The vessel was on its way sailing to fishing groundswhen, in the evening of October 27, it struck an unidentified underwater object. Read more
The World Food Programme (WFP), Government of Liberia and partners last week conducted a two-day Integrated Context Analysis (ICA) technical and programmatic consultation seminar in Monrovia.
-Says World Bank Country Officer
The Country Manager World Bank Country Office in Liberia Mr.Khwima Nthara has observed that Liberia, like any other African country, is facing challenges with Managing it’s Waste.
-Says Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee
Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee, has disclosed plans initiated by him for the establishment of a sisterly relationship between the city of Monrovia and Washington, DC the Capitol city of the United States of America.