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A SPEECH DELIVERED BY THE HONORABLE SPEAKER OF THE 54TH NATIONAL LEGISLATURE DR. BHOFAL CHAMBERS, AT THE OPENING OF THE THIRD SITTING OF THE 54th NATIONAL LEGISLATURE, JANUARY 13, 2020

ESTEEMED COLLEAGUES:
In Jeremiah 29:11, the Lord said, “For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” This is what the true Lord has for all committed servants of the people.
Distinguished Colleagues! You will all agree with me that each of us comes strengthened by the confidence and trust of our devoted constituents and the support of our friends and families. Read more

NaFAA Announces New License Fees for Fishermen

The Director-General of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), Emma Glasco has announced a new fee structure for fisherman operating in Liberia’s territorial waters based on their engine capacity.
Making the announcement at her first press conference of the New Year on Thursday, Madam Glasco said the new measure is part of management’s programs to resuscitate the sector and increase revenue generation.
Madam Glasco said the new fee structure will affect only 600 motorized engine and semi-industrial boats out of 4,300 small canoes. Read more

Ministry of Transport Launches First Traffic Warden Operations

The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Transport on Wednesday launched the country’s first Traffic Warden Operations with the commissioning of 15 warden officers charged with the responsibility of buttressing the Liberian National Police (LNP) road safety operations.
Sirleaf R. Tyler, Deputy Minister for Administration and Insurance at the Transport Ministry making remarks at the launch in Monrovia, said that as Liberia endeavors with its development drive, the issue of road safety is a key component of national development. Read more

Police Use Teargas To Disperse Protesters Who Resorted To ‘Undue’ Scene

Riot police in Monrovia have used teargas and water cannons to disperse dozens of “Council of Patriots” protesters who took to the streets Monday to demand the government to implement recommendations in a petition they claimed was presented during similar protest in June of last year.
The protesters were not chased out of the vicinity of Capitol Hill in minutes until they took rice, pots, charcoal and other such kits on the street sandwiched by the Capitol Building and the Executive Mansion, to indicate that they would spend the night there cooking. Read more

TRINITY UMC ARISES TO 2020 CHALLENGES:

-Sets Roadmap; inducts Board, changing odd minds and attitudes, earmarks several Projects.
All Liberians, especially the over 2000 members of the Great Trinity United Methodist Church at home and abroad have been given a divine prophecy to arise and shine above all odds beginning 2020 in the Name of Jesus Christ.
They will arise and shine now when they sincerely change their odd minds and attitudes to more positive ones as required by the Gospel of Jesus Christ which mandates mankind to put Almighty God First and to love your neighbors as thyself in all things. Read more

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