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President Weah Makes Appointments, Nominations in Government

The President of Liberia, His Excellency Dr. George MannehWeah on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 made several appointments and nominations in Government. The nominations and/or appointments affecting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Central Bank of Liberia, Roberts International Airport, National Housing Authority and other commissions and agencies are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable. Read more

Signs Of Hope

President George Weah

-International Community Assures Liberia
It is believed that in the international display of politics, there is no permanent friend but permanent interest and from all indications, as the Public Agenda Reports, it appears this belief is about to manifest in the case of Liberia.
When President George Manneh Weah was inaugurated on January 22, 2018, following his landslide victory in 2017, there were disheartening rumors in some quarters that international partners would pull out of Liberia and withdraw all necessary supports to the country; the oppositions effectively used the rumors to play on the minds of many Liberians and some partisans of the ruling CDC fell prey to such political deception. Read more

UK Expands Support To Liberia

Left-to-Right-Amb.-Gurly-T.-Gibson-Minister-Harriet-Baldwin-and-Amb-David-Balgrove

-Ahead of UK-Liberia Trade Forum
A dispatch from London dated June 13, 2019, disclosed that Liberia would benefit from additional developmental initiatives. The dispatch has disclosed that the Government of the United Kingdom has recommitted its continued engagement with Liberia, emphasizing education, health and sustainable development.
Speaking Tuesday when she hosted the Ambassador of Liberia accredited to London, Gurly T. Gibson, the Minister for Africa at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Harriet Baldwin outlined development aid and private sector financing that continue to shape the United Kingdom’s support to Liberia. Read more

To Fight Against Piracy

President of the Movie Union, Frank Artus & Minister, Eugene Nagbe signed

-MICAT, LIMU Join Forces
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed by the Ministry of Information, Culture Affairs and Tourism (MICAT), the Liberia Movie Union (LIMU) and the Liberia Intellectual Property office to enhance, sustain, and elevate the fight against piracy. Read more

Min. Gayedyu Lauds OSIWA For Support To Liberia’s OGP Chapter

The Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of Information, Daniel Gayedyu, has extolled the Open Society Initiative For West Africa (OSIWA) for its support towards the procreation of the 4th Action plan of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Liberia chapter.
“The Government of Liberia on this occasion expresses its gratitude to the Open Society Initiative for West Africa for the support of the project,” Gayedyu said. Read more

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