Abuja, November 3, 2019:The Liberian Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Al-Hassan Conteh is making a passionate appeal to allLiberians and non-Liberians both in and out of Nigeria to vote for Ambassador Kanvee Adams, Liberia’s debutante and sole representative in this year’s All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA). Read more
CDC Hits Back At Former Min. Konneh
On heel of recent attack against former Liberia’s Vice President Joseph NyumaBoakai by former Finance and Development Planning Minister, Mr. Amara Mohammed Konneh, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), a subset of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has angrily reacted on behalf of the former Vice President.
Honorable Samora P.Z. Wolokolie, Deputy Minister for Fiscal Affairs at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning has said the Government of President Dr. George M. Weah is fully committed to improving the lives of Liberian Youth under the Pro-Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD).
-Urge Participants To Do Regular Checkup, Eat Fruits
In observation of the Breast Cancer Month that is celebrated with global theme; “I am and I will,” Medical Liberia with support from KFW, JFK and the Ministry of Health over the weekend organized a one day cancer awareness seminar for both non-affected cancer patients and cancer survivors at the Paynesville Town Hall in Paynesville.
The President of Liberia, H.E. Dr. George Manneh Weah, has accepted the resignation of Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) Governor, Nathaniel R. Patray.
-To Strengthen Tax Systems In Africa
African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF), established by African revenue authorities, including Liberia, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the World Bank Group for the improvement of tax systems in Africa.
Doing Business 2020: Two Sub-Saharan African Countries Among Most Improved In Ease Of Doing Business
WASHINGTON, October 24, 2019 – Economies in Sub-Saharan Africa continued to improve their business climates, with the region’s largest economy, Nigeria, earning a place among the year’s top global improvers alongside Togo, according to the World Bank Group’s Doing Business study.