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Journalist Zoegar Jaynes takes final journey

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Journalist Zoegar Jaynes takes final journey

The body of Liberian broadcast journalist and veteran sports commentator presenter/reporter Zoegar Z.Q. Jaynes, will be interred tomorrow, Saturday following funeral rites at the Providence Baptist Church in Monrovia. The late Jaynes died early Friday, November 14, 2014 at a local clinic in Paynesville City outside Monrovia. He was also coach for Flames Basketball team in the Liberia basketball league.

 

Nyenabo confirmed Ambassador to EU

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Nyenabo confirmed Ambassador to EU

Grand Gedeh County senior senator, Isaac Nyenabo, has been confirmed by the Liberian senate as Ambassador to the European Union with oversight for Norway and Belgium.  Senator Nyenabo, appearing before the Senate’s Committee on Foreign Affairs Wednesday, said it is time for Liberia to build its international image, especially with the European Union to help boost her developmental agenda.

 

Senate debates reopening of schools

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Senate debates reopening of schools

If all goes well as it relates to the slowdown of the Ebola Virus Disease, all institutions of learning here are expected to commence operations by January, 2015.  Due to the rapid spread of the Ebola Virus Disease, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf on 30 July announced the closure of all institutions of learning here and declared a State of Emergency, couple with the imposition of curfew for 90 days. Though, the State of Emergency has ended, but government has not make any pronouncement about the reopening of academic and vocational schools here.

 

“Men must be punished” Grace Kpaan

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“Men must be punished” Grace Kpaan

Former Montserrado County Superintendent, Rev. Grace Kpaan, has called for robust punishment for men, who are in the habit of abusing women and exploiting them sexually.  Madam Kpaan said the effect of violence against women and the impact on society has caused a serious breakdown of the family value system, thus promoting single parenthood and neglect.

 

700 BIN officers face retirement

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700 BIN officers face retirement

The Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization or (BIN) Col. Lemuel Reeves, has disclosed that about 700 BIN officers are to be retired from active service. Col. Reeves said many officers in the force have overstayed at the BIN, so it was time that they should be honorably retired after serving the State.

 
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