-Says Mayor Jefferson Koijee
Following the demolition of market structure down Waterside Commercial Center by City government over the weekend, as part of effort in making the city clean in midst of Coronavirus outbreak in the country, Mayor Jefferson Koijee has disclosed that the government of Liberia will build a modern markets in different location
He said the destruction of the market structure was necessary to give a complete facelift and modernize the market for a better selling atmosphere, emphasizing that they are going to provide them with a modern markets in their drive to provide better services to the people. Read more
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-Says Mayor Jefferson Koijee
The Liberia Crusaders for Peace (LCP) in partnership with the City Government of Monrovia (MCC) has deployed 745 communicators across 161 communities in 668 blocks in Montserrado County.
The LCP will closely work with the city government through the Monrovia COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Taskforce Social Mobilization, Advocacy and Community Engagement Awareness.
The partnership will see the two entities with the supports from partners collaborate in eradicating the virus from Montserrado County. Read more
-For Payroll Padding
The Minister of Internal Affairs (MIA) Honorable Varney A. Sirleaf has dismissed with immediate effect Mr. Stephen Kayea, Director of Human Resource at the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) for falsifying and paddling the Ministry’s payroll. Read more
-To Support Reforms Towards Inclusive Growth in Liberia
The World Bank and the Government of Liberia have signed a US$40 million financing agreement for the First Inclusive Growth Development Policy Operation (IGDPO-1) for Liberia. The funding comes in the form of a concessional IDA credit of US$20 million and an IDA grant of US$20 million. The agreement was signed by Dr. Khwima Nthara, World Bank Country Manager for Liberia, and Hon. Samuel D. Tweah, Minister of Finance and Development Planning. Read more
The First Lady of Liberia, H.E. Clar Marie Weah, together with the Ministries of Health, Education and Gender, Children & Social Protection, and others is expected to officially launch the Merck Foundation in the next two months. Read more
Monrovia, Liberia – The Robertsfield Highway, a major corridor connecting Monrovia, the Capital City, to the country’s only international airport and several rural cities, is on the verge of being transformed into a modern four-lane of international standard. Read more
First Lady Clear Marie Weah has provided US$8,000 to Liberia’s Under-17 and Under-20 female teams, craving for more engagements with women’s football in Liberia.
Madam Weah, who was appointed by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Ahmad Ahmad as CAF Ambassador for women’s football in Morocco, said that she wants to connect and help to push the agenda of women’s football in the country. Read more