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-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

Joint UN, ECOWAS Mission Cautions Stakeholders Over Peace, Security

A joint mission of the ECOWAS and United Nations on Friday reminded all stakeholders of their responsibility to maintain the peace, security and stability of Liberia.
The delegation noted that the right of assembly should be in conformity with the provisions of the law and cautioned against any form of violence for which they would be accountable. Read more

London Forum To Boost Investment In Liberia

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

(London 23/11/19) Key private and public sectors actors from the United Kingdom and their Liberian counterparts are expected to meet in London early December, to identify areas and prospects towards expanding the reach of UK businesses in Liberia.
The UK-Liberia High-Level Business Forum – Is a product of sustained efforts at the bilateral and multilateral levels- that seek to advance trade and international development support. Read more

World Bank donates additional equipment to MCC

The World Bank through its CLUS Project has donated  four mini tipper trucks and a landfill bulldozer   to the Monrovia CityCorporation.
The donation according to the World Bank Liberia Country Manager KhwinmaNthara isintended to enhance the work of the  Monrovia City Government  specifically  its Solid Waste  Management   department in maintaining a clean, green, and safe city.

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