African Diplomats Donate

-To Nigeria’s Less Privileged, Talented Kids
Members of the African Diplomatic Group in the Federal Republic of Nigeria have identified with a group of less privileged children at the Abuja Tennis Club.
A release from the group says the heads of African diplomatic missions in the Federal Capital donated sports equipment to some poor but talented children who live in the vicinity of the Abuja National Stadium on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Read more

Supply Drugs to Government Hospitals

-Margibi County Health Administrator Urges
The Margibi County Health Services Administrator is urging the Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Health, to ensure that it supplies the C.H Rennie Memorial Hospital in Kakata, and other government referral hospitals in the country with the requisite drugs and services.
Speaking to the press after he and other health personnel were inducted into office he and others as part of the Margibi Health Management Team, the Margibi County Health Services Administrator added that this will help to curtail the many challenges faced by citizens seeking medication at the hospitals. Read more

Lower Bong Students Meet Sen. Yallah

-Outline Problems Facing them
By Nyeanean Singbeh
Students of Lower Bong County including Fuamah, Sannoh and Salala Districts have outlined several challenges that are confronting them in the educational sector.
The students outlined the challenges through their various council presidents representing several high schools in the districts during a meeting held on September 15, 2018 at the E. J. Yancy Multilateral High School in Totota. Read more

LRA Exceeds Revenue Target

-For August 2018
The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) exceeded its projected revenue target for the month of August 2018 by 23 percent or US$7.75M.
The projected target for the Month of August was US$33.74M, but actual collection realized was US$ 41.48M.
Compared to the same period of last fiscal year, collection increased by 25% from US$33.2M to US$41.48M. Read more

Weah Urges Muslims To Think Positively

President Weah and Foreign Minister Findley walk past Pilgrims

Liberian President, Dr. George Manneh Weah, has urged Muslims to think positively and pray for Liberia as his government is working to create an environment that encourages investors for the good of the country and people.
Dr. Weah specifically called on Muslims who returned from the Holy City of Mecca, in Saudi Arabia, from the just ended Hajj to lead the charge of praying for peace and stability of the nation. Read more

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