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Students of the AML’s School System Organize Career Fair

MONROVIA-In the Liberian School System where students are required to study many subjects at the high school level before entering a university, it is sometimes difficult for the students to choose careers that will appeal to them. The difficulties, as studies have shown, arise from peer pressure, the desire to earn more money, and the […]

25 Years Old, James Doloyuwah Makes SOS Call on Spinal Injury

By Mark N. Mengonfia- mmenginfia@gmail.com MONROVIA-James Doloyuwah, a 25-year-old man who sustained a spine injury in Suacoco, Bong County has launched an SOS call to people of goodwill to help him regain his spinal column. In an interview conducted by Cecelia Clarke, Director of Programs at the Liberia National Television (LNTV) James said he sustained a […]

ARCELORMITTAL’S PLAYGROUNDS INSPIRE POSITIVE CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

NIMBA-Deterioration in open areas and loss of playgrounds across Liberia has induced hundreds of children to engage in smartphones and have increased their TV screen time. A report by Common Sense Media, a not-for-profit dedicated to helping children, parents, and educators navigate the world of media and technology, stated that in 2013, children spent about […]

Caveat!

—-As AFL Chief Of Staff Prince Johnson lll Cautions Would-Be Trouble Makers Ahead Of 2023 Elections. By Washington Tumay Watson-onewash9@gmail.com MONROVIA-As Liberians are gearing up and politically preparing to go to the polls in 2023, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) Maj/Gen Prince Charles Johnson III, has cautioned all would-be […]

LIGIS Actg. Boss Apologizes

—Says What Is Being Conducted Is A Systematic Process By: Mark B. Dumbar Jr. MONROVIA-Acting Director of Liberia’s Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information (LIGIS) Lawrence George has proclaimed that what is being conducted is a systematic process that involved counting.             George made the statement following the regular Thursday press briefing at the Ministry of […]

BREAKING NEWS: president Weah nominates New Chief Justice

MONROVIA_ President George Weah on Tuesday nominated Sie- A- Nyene Youh as new Chief Justice. A ministry of Information statement issued said. "Her Honor Justice Sie-A-Nyene Gyapay Yuoh was born in Montserrado County, Republic of Liberia. She obtained her high school education and diploma from the St. Teresa’s Convent, a Catholic High School in Monrovia [...]

President Weah Suspends MGill,others

Pres. Weah Suspends Designated Officials Monrovia, Liberia – The President of Liberia has received with serious concern, a recent United States Treasury Department report which designates three of his officials for specialized sanctions under the Global Magnitsky Act. President Weah views the allegations against the officials contained in the report as grave. In view of […]

CSO COUNCIL CONDEMNS VIOLENCE AGAINST SUP

MONROVIA-The National Civil Society Council of Liberia (NCSCL) has condemned in the strongest term, ill-treatment meted against protesting students of the Students Unification Party (SUP) by a group loyal to the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) under the banner of CDC Council of Patriots (CDC-COP). It can be recalled that several members of SUP, who were about to stage a “peaceful” […]

MONROVIA-The Political Leader of the Opposition All Liberia Coalition Party ( (ALCOP)  Lusinee F. Kamara, Sr., says that National Unification means making sure that all citizens have equal opportunity in all parts of Liberia.; Mr. Kamara, in an exclusive interview with our reporter over the weekend, said experienced public servants and productive entrepreneurs said that […]

Measles outbreak affects 14 counties

By Wilvna Dweh MONROVIA-The ministry of health has reported an outbreak of measles in 14 of Liberia’s  15 counties. The statement was made Wednesday by Liberia’s Chief medical officer,  Dr. Francis Kateh on a local radio talk show-OK FM. Dr. Kateh said the outbreak is the result of the low vaccination of kids since the […]