The commissioner of Cinta Township in Margibi County has hailed the management of the Chinese International Construction Company or CICO for its numerous contributions to the township.
It was a terrifying scene Wednesday evening around 5:00 to 6:00 when an ambulance belonging to Montserrado County Service Center crashed into a private vehicle owns by an officer of the Police Support Unit or PSU on Crown Hill, Broad Street in Monrovia.
-Interacts with local girls, Peace Corps Volunteer, & Trainees
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama is expected to fully participate in an ongoing GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) Camp organized by Peace Corps Liberia Volunteers and Trainees for local girls in Kakata, Margibi County, when she arrives here today.
Four armed robbers have been found guilty at the end of a jury trial at the Criminal Court “D”, Temple of Justice, after they allegedly victimized dozens of people in separate attacks against residents of Monrovia and Paynesville between 2013 and 2014.
Defendants named in the indictment were Christopher George, Mark Agynah, Tuss Andrew and Prince Zoe, excluding one of their colleague co-defendants, Kesselly Mulbah, who was granted severance trial in 2014.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has charged the Ministry of Justice to continue the campaign to make Liberia a corruption-free society. Addressing heads of Liberia’s security sector when she paid an early morning visit to the Ministry of Justice on Thursday, President Sirleaf said corruption is still a cancer in Liberia and that the Ministry of Justice should stand firm to help weed out this menace from the Liberian society.
A new media group under the banner, Liberia Media Network for Population and Development (LIMNETPOD), has been established to highlight and promote population and development issues in the country.
A Liberian philanthropist, MacDella Cooper, has been selected among thousands of woman and men around the world as Global Ambassador for IMPACT Leadership 21.
IMPACT Leadership 21 is an innovative global platform dedicated to accelerating women’s leadership at the highest levels of influence in the 21st century.
The United Nations Population Fund or UNFPA has launched a three-day workshop on reproductive health and how to regain good maternal health services in Liberia.
Speaking at the start of the workshop on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 the Officer- In-Charge at the UNFPA, Dr. Remi Sogunro, said, Liberia had good quality maternal health services prior to the outbreak of Ebola, but the standard has deteriorated.
The Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia or (EPA) has embarked on the training of local journalists here in a bid to diversify their focus from political reporting.
Speaking Wednesday January 21, 2015 at the opening of the three days training workshop for local journalists in the port city of Grand Bassa, EPA Coordinator for multilateral agreements on Climate Change and Enabling Activities Mr. Benjamin Karmoh said Liberia is currently facing environmental issues that need to be address urgently so as to save the state from pending natural disasters.
Police in Sanniquellie, Nimba County have arrested and charged a 45-year-old man with allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl in Vepa community, Sanniquellie.
The incident happened as the Liberian capital, Monrovia is grieving two separate rape episodes, leading to the death of one of the victims, 12-year-old Ma Musu Fofana, in Brewerville, Montserrado County.