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Demonstrating In The US

-Liberians Seek Extension Of TPS
Liberians in the U.S. state of Minnesota are calling for a two-year extension of the Temporary Protective Status (TPS) and a pathway to citizenship. Minnesota is the home to the largest community of Liberians in the U.S. hundredsof them could be affected by the expiration of the DED, MINNPOST reported. Read more

ECOWAS Mission Enjoins Nigerians

-Calls For Peace
The Head of the ECOWAS Observation Mission to Nigeria’s general elections Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has appealed to Nigerians to maintain peace and adhere to the rule of law through the country’s electoral process.
In a special message on the eve of Saturday’s rescheduled presidential and National Assembly polls, Madam Sirleaf said, “the process has not been easy, but nothing worth fighting for ever is. The people of Africa stand in solidarity with you.” Read more

Wrong Signal For Liberian Media

-UN, AU, ECOWAS Detest Bad Journalism
The upsurge of yellow journalism characterized by flagrant this regard of professional media practices as well as abuse of freedom of speech amongst media practitioners and civil society actors in Liberia have claimed the attention of the International Community.
Unprecedentedly, representatives of the international bodies in Liberia, including the United Nations (UN); the African Union (AU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have issued a joint statement last week expressing grave concern on what they considered as “inciting messages”. Read more

LRA Benefits From USAID

LRA CG center with USAID- Liberia Laura Garnet

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Project for Revenue Generation for Governance and Growth (RG3)/RG3 Project has donated sets of information technology (IT) equipment to the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA).
The equipment areintended to augment the capacity of the LRA data center, including its IT infrastructure. Read more

Koijee Fulfills Promises

Adm. Assistant to the Monrovia City MajorJefferson Koijee Mohammed M. Bamba and the Principal of the School Mr. Varmunyah Sherriff

-Makes Donations
The Mayor of Monrovia City, Jefferson T. Koijee on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 donated a cheque of One Thousand United States Dollars (US$1000.00) , and Fifteen (15) pieces of fans, 32inche flat screen Television to the Student Council Government through the School’s administration of the Seku Ibrahim Sheriff High School (SIS) in J.J.Y.Gardnersville. Read more

President Weah Vows GoL’s Support To Integrity Institutions

-In Fighting Corruption
The President of Liberia, H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah has described payroll padding or the placement of ghost names on payrolls, and other corrupt practices as a long existed phenomenon in Liberia’s public service which previous political administrations failed to eradicate. He promised that his administration would continue to take the rightful steps in order to end such practices. Read more

65 Arrested In Nimba

-Gov’t Launches Operation ‘Rescue Life’
65 alleged illegal miners have reportedly been arrested in Nimba County, Liberia as Government intensifies efforts to rescue several persons unaccounted for in the goldmines where landside killed several persons.
According to reports, the Incident Command Post set up by the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) in the town of Gbanipeahas been removed to the scene of the disaster which is 45 minutes’ walk away from Gbanipea.
The newest updates on “rescue efforts” coordinated by the NDMA in Nimba County reveals that Government Read more

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