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Liberian ECOWAS Parliamentarian Team Reports On ‘Full’ Levy Compliance

Flashback photo of the May 2018 ECOWAS Parliament’s opening session in Abuja of the Liberian Delegation, Amb. Conteh and other guests from the Liberian Legislature

-Security, Political Situations
(Abuja, May 13, 2019:) The Liberian Delegation to the ECOWAS Parliament has reported to the regional parliamentary body the country’s progress amidst challenges.
The Delegation’s assertion was contained in its 2019 Country Report submitted to the ECOWAS Parliament on Monday, May 13, 2019, as read by the Head of Delegation, Representative Edwin M. Snowe, Jr of Bomi County, a release from the Liberian Embassy in Abuja says. Read more

Nigeria’s Giant Music Company Signs Liberia’s Mega-Gospel Star, Kanvee Adams

A giant Nigerian musical company, DAAR Music Global Limited, has signed Liberia’s Gospel musical superstar Ambassador Kanvee Adams on a mega five-year deal.
A release from Lagos says the Nigerian communication & musical company, as a first step, has set the deal into an immediate motion that will showcase the Liberian Gospel superstar to the rest of Africa, beginning in West Africa’s entertainment capital of Lagos and the Federal Capital of Abuja respectively for a start. Read more

Additional Financing To Support 10,000 Vulnerable Youth In Rural Liberia

MONROVIA, April 18, 2019 – The World Bank and the Liberian Government have signed the Youth Opportunities Project (YOP) Additional Financing (AF) Grant Agreement of US$1.5 million to provide additional support to youth under the Productive Public Works component of the YOP. It will also strengthen various aspects of project implementation, including monitoring and evaluation. 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

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