Category Archives: Naws

VP Taylor Nudges Schools

-To Re-install Discipline In Educational System
Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor has admonished school administrators across the country to re-install discipline in the educational system, as it will serve as a better beginning for students.
“I want to reawaken the minds of school administrators and staffers that we should go back to the old ways in order to re-install disciple, integrity, hard work and fair competition among our young generation” VP Taylor asserted. Read more

Seven Guilty For Women Torture Case In Sinoe

Following months of legal proceedings, seven defendants involved in the alleged witchcraft and torture case in Sinoe County have been declared guilty by Jurors at the Second Judicial Circuit Court in Grand Bassa County.
But, immediately the jury decision was announced, defence counsel Paul Phillip Jarvan took exception, and said he will file a motion of retrial and subsequently take an appeal to the Supreme Court of Liberia after the court’s final ruling. Read more

Aggrieved Liberians Detest Media Provocation

-Say “We Cannot Accept Media That Provokes Chaos”
Organizers of the just ended August 4 ‘Community Prayers and Sacrifice’ event have expressed with much disdain what they called “media provocation to promote chaos.”
The group said, they were appalled by the August 16, 2019 edition of a local daily which according to the group alleged that former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia, Kabineh Ja’neh, was mobilizing people to bring war in Liberia. Read more

Three Times Defeat!

-Weah Gives Urey Bloody Nose
Some political psychoanalysts are of the very strong opinion that the just ended political battle in Montserrado County Electoral District #15 was technically between two powerful individuals, including Mr Benoni Urey of the All Liberian Party (ALP) and George Manneh Weah of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC).
The two individuals were represented by their proxies, Telia Urey of the ALP and Abu Kamara of the CDC; they were backed by their respective political allies and coalition forces drawn from various political camps. Read more

SIS, Seven Other Schools Certificated

-Identified As Best Performing Schools
The Seku Ibrahim Sheriff (SIS) High School located in JJY Community along the Somalia Drive has been identified and subsequently certificated along with other schools by the Ministry of Education for their splendid performances in the just ended West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) maiden exams.
Schools certificated include, the College of West Africa ( CWA), William Booth High School, Calvary Chapel Mission School, St. Peter Claver Catholic High School, St. Martin’s Catholic High School, Mildred Taylor Academy Light International School and the Seku Ibrahim Sheriff High Schools. Read more

From EBOLA To Lassa Fever

Dr. Francis Kateh, Chief Medical officer of Liberia and Tolbert Nyenswah, Director General of NPHIL

-Health Ministry Declares Another Outbreak
Although the Liberian population is yet to fully recover from the trauma of World’s deadly disease, EBOLA which nearly brought the country to its knees few years back, the Ministry of Health has announced the outbreak of another deadly disease, Lassa fever.
At least 21 people have reportedly died from Lassa fever in Liberia this year as the Ministry of Health declared an outbreak of the disease on Friday, August 30 in Monrovia. One health worker, who was a laboratory technician, is amongst the dead. Read more

Liberia, Japan Commit To Strengthening Cooperation, International Relations

Liberian President George Manneh Weah in meeting with Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe Friday

The governments of Liberia and Japan have agreed to strengthen cooperation and international relations as well as committing to infrastructural developments.
Leaders of the two countries made the commitment during a bilateral meeting held on Friday, August 30, 2019 at the Aegean Inter Continental Yokohama Grand in the City of Yokohama. Read more

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