-As Health Safety Has Increased
-Says Tolbert Nyenswah of NPHIL
The Director-General of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) Attorney Tolbert Nyenswah has expressed thanks and appreciation to Liberia’s donor partners in the health sector for increasing their response to fight infectious and other disease outbreaks in Liberia.
“We are grateful to all especially the US center for disease Control (CDC), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Global Health Security Resources, as Liberia is a satellite state among others. All of these things don’t just happen but through critical thinking,” he said. Read more
-As Health Safety Has Increased
PRESIDENT GEORGE MANNEH Weah has mandated the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) to reduce the high tariffs imposed on certain basic commodities imported into the country. This, indeed, is a laudable gesture.
IT SHOWS THAT PRESIDENT Weah is truly a man of his words and a man that did not come to betray the confidence reposed in him by the Liberian people when they massively voted for him on the ticket of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) party in the country’s monumental General and presidential elections that took place on October 10, 2017 and in the December 7, 2017 presidential Rub-off election. Read more
The Managing Director of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) Prof. Dwanna Kamara has outlined the need for the expansion of the operations of the LWSC, so that it adequately respond to the needs of Liberia’s growing urban population especially in Monrovia and other cities and towns.
Addressing the Thursday Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) regular press briefing at the Ministry of Information yesterday, Prof. Kamara noted that the Whiteplains water treatment plant was meant to serve water to a population of 400,000 inhabitants in Monrovia in the 1970s. Read more
-Heavy Fees Charged For Connection
-Is Management Aware?
The Public Agenda has launched an investigation to establish the authenticity of reports that consumers who are subscribing with the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) are enduring massive extortion in the hands of fieldworkers.
Although it is not clear whether LEC Management is aware of such practice, it is being reported that when a consumer is coaxed to pay for a meter in the tone of US$50.00 and obtained a payment slip from the bank, the management would delay to provide the meter in 6-7 months under a pretext that meters are not available. Read more
Rescue Alternatives Liberia (RAL), a national human rights organization in the country has released its 2017 ‘Human Rights Situation Report’ (HRSR) with corruption, unethical behaviors Within the security sector of the country, bad labor practices still topping in the country.
Rescue Alternatives Liberia (RAL) formerly the Prisoners Assistance Program (PAP) is a national human rights, prison reform and anti-torture advocacy and torture victims’ rehabilitation NGO.
The 2017 HRSR is in fulfillment of RAL’s objective to update the general public, government and relevant national institutions, regional and international partners of the human rights situation in Liberia through investigation, monitoring, documenting and reporting human rights abuses and violations. Read more
-Seeks Support For Police divisions
By Anthony Selmah
The Deputy Inspector-General of Police for Crime Service Division (CSD), Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Interpol Affairs, Prince B. Mulbah has reaffirmed his commitment to professionalism in the discharge of his duty.
Speaking to PUBLIC AGENDA in an interview in Monrovia recently, the deputy LNP Chief further noted that exhibiting professionalism in the police is vital in modern day’s policing today.
He emphasized that as a trained police officer of many years of experience, he would continue to abide by the rules and regulations of the police profession. Read more
The Secretary General of the Inter-Religious Council of Liberia(IRCL), Musa M. Bamba want President George M. Weah Pro-Poor agenda be actualize rather than been said viably.
The IRCL chief scribe further that the Pro-Poor agenda of President Weah should not be like slogan that would not impact the lives of the Liberian people.
The IRCL boss made the assertion over the weekend to journalists at his central Monrovia office upon his return from out of the country. Read more