About 30 Mental Health clinicians and social workers from across Liberia have ended a two-day coordination meeting in Bong County.
Ahead of the 2017 General and Presidential Elections, Liberian politicians are meeting here and there in talks for possible coalition or merger.
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has equated the death of Liberia’s Islamic leader Sheikh Kafuma Konneh to the “fall of a giant tree” that impacts other trees in the forest.
As the debate intensifies gradually for President Sirleaf’s possible replacement, Nimba County Representative Worlea-Saywah Dunah thinks Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai, who has already accepted a petition to vie in 2017, is aging for the Liberian presidency, and that the governing Unity Party would find it challenging to market him because of such factor.
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President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has asked members of Paynesville City Legislative Caucus to talk to their colleagues in the Liberian Senate to confirm acting Paynesville City Mayor Cyvette M. Gibson ahead of nominating her to the post.
-Liberty Party clarifies
The opposition Liberty Party says reports of ongoing negotiations between its political leader Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and Liberia’s Finance and Development Planning Minister, Amara Konneh, for the duo to put forth a ticket for the Presidency in 2017as discussed on a talk show here Tuesday are baseless.
Liberty Party political leader, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, has reminded that as Liberians celebrate 168th Independence, the promise of the nation, at its founding, remains largely unfulfilled.
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has alarmed here that Monrovia continues to run the risk of more flooding due to climate change coupled with Liberians’ old habits of building on wet lands and over drainages and risking people’s health.
At least six people have died instantly and several others wounded in a tragic motor accident in Zeansu, Bong County in Central Liberia.
Criminal Court “C” in Monrovia has observed that the procedure adopted by the counsels representing indicted officials of the National Port Authority, including Matilda Parker, was “not consistent” with law.