Category Archives: Naws

Ministry of Transport Launches First Traffic Warden Operations

The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Transport on Wednesday launched the country’s first Traffic Warden Operations with the commissioning of 15 warden officers charged with the responsibility of buttressing the Liberian National Police (LNP) road safety operations.
Sirleaf R. Tyler, Deputy Minister for Administration and Insurance at the Transport Ministry making remarks at the launch in Monrovia, said that as Liberia endeavors with its development drive, the issue of road safety is a key component of national development. Read more

Police Use Teargas To Disperse Protesters Who Resorted To ‘Undue’ Scene

Riot police in Monrovia have used teargas and water cannons to disperse dozens of “Council of Patriots” protesters who took to the streets Monday to demand the government to implement recommendations in a petition they claimed was presented during similar protest in June of last year.
The protesters were not chased out of the vicinity of Capitol Hill in minutes until they took rice, pots, charcoal and other such kits on the street sandwiched by the Capitol Building and the Executive Mansion, to indicate that they would spend the night there cooking. Read more

PROBE & VALIDATE LAST WELL SAGA

-LIB CSOS WASH ASK GOL TO SAFE THE SECTOR
The Liberia civil Society Organizations on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, (CSOS WASH) Network has called on the Liberian Government, especially the WASH Legislative Caucus, to constitute a joint independent investigation committee involving CSOs, NWASH Commission, the Liberia Anti corruption Commission and the Ministry of Justice, among others, to jointly investigate and verify the claims and counter claims and validate also the Last Well projects in Liberia. Read more

“OUR HEARTS ARE WITH YOU”

-PRISON FELLOWSHIP LIBERIA COUNTRY REP. FRANCIS KOLLIE TELLS FEMALE INMATES
-AS GROUP DONATES ITEMS VALUED AT LD100, 000
By Varney Kamara
Monrovia-There’s still plenty of hope to be desired and that all is not lost in life, Prison Fellowship Liberia (PFL) Country Representative Reverend Francis Kollie has told female inmates at the Monrovia Central Prison (MCP), where the group Friday, January 3, 2020 donated a host of new year gifts that included used clothes (pants, blouses, t-shirts), chloride, and other vital detergents for the inmates.
“Our hearts are with you,” Rev. Kollie passionately told the inmates as he received a jubilant reception from the already enthusiastic convicts who shouted “Thank You Papay”, a Liberian parlance which refers to a father, or an elderly person. Read more

EzzatEid Group Rubbishes Malicious Facebook Post

The EzzatEid Group categorically rejects as false, untrue, and a complete imagination a Facebook post insinuating that the Chief Executive of the Conglomerate, Mr. Ezzat Eid, had hired and is sponsoring mercenaries in support of plans by the Council of Patriots to agitate against and subvert the Government of President George Weah.
In the rather reckless post of December 30, a certain Kudeh Williams alleged that Mr. EzzatEid had met with the COP’s leader, Henry Costa, in Monrovia to give the COP instructions on how to frame their grievances and conduct the protest. Read more

NAMSAL Reacts To Sen. Dillon

-Ask To Apology Publicly
As the Council of Patriots has agreed with the call of the international community to Postponed the protest, but says they disagree with the proposed Sunday, January 5, 2020 date; they have therefore, suggested Monday, January 6 for the protest, the National Muslim Student Association of Liberia (NAMSAL) immediate attention is hereby drawn to a recent statement made by Sen. Abraham Darius Dillon on 30th, December 2019 during an official and live broadcast press conference. Read more

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