Liberians Face Pandemics Greater than COVID-19 -National Day Orator Outlines Ills Impeding Growth

Anyone who thought that this July 26, 2020 Independence Day oration would have been a tad mellower than last year’s message got a good shocker when Liberty Christian Center Founder and President Reverend Simeon L. Dunbar took the podium, outlining myriad societal “pandemics” that are far greater than the current COVID-19 pandemic that is ravaging […]

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Another Prestigious Honor Finds VP Taylor -Ranked One of 100 Most Reputable Africans

Despite the ferocity of vicious criticisms of the top leadership of Government, some of the detractors often spewing and hooting unsightly and unproven characterizations of the Coalition’s administration, majority of Liberian citizens and independent international observers continue to counterbalance those critiques with evidential reports on the country’s contemporary leaders. Many in Government have taken countless […]

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Pres. Weah Calls for National Unity -Amidst Pandemic-Induced Woeful Independence Celebration

On the occasion of the observance of Liberia’s 173th Independence Day, President George M. Weah has enjoined his fellow citizens to put aside their differences, whether political, religious, or social, and join together to fight the deadly Coronavirus pandemic that is wreaking havoc across the globe. “We offer our deepest sympathy to the families of […]

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Sen. Nyonblee Lawrence Breaks July 26 Greetings Protocol -Outlines Myriad Woes as Liberia Clocks 173 Years

The normal protocol for extending salutations when a country celebrates its independence is to proclaim flowery words of hope, and oftentimes present a rosy picture that is far from reality. But Grand Bassa County Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence has completely deviated from protocol by unleashing a not-so-rosy picture that depicts Africa’s oldest republic facing the most […]

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Ease Economic Hardship or Lose Elections -UPP Warns Pres. Weah; Calls for Nat’l Planning Council

Undoubtedly, ex-soccer icon George Manneh Weah won the 2017 presidential elections based on the popular mandate of the Liberian people. The United People’s Party (UPP) was among dozens of grassroots political institutions that threw their lot with the Coalition for Democratic Change which unseated the then-ruling Unity Party. Now, three years into his first term, […]

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REOPENING OF SCHOOLS

Following recent consultation with the health authorities, the Ministry of Education wishes to officially announce the reopening of schools for additional levels from 6th grade to 11th grade. The reopening is aimed at first completing the end of the Academic Calendar for 2019/2020 and the preparation for the new academic year 2020/2021. The admittance of […]

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