The United Nations Police (UNPOL) has challengedmembers of the Liberian Female Law Enforcement Association (LIFLEA) to continuously empower themselves thru professional development and understudying professionalsthey wish to emulate.
Commissioner William BorborSackie Julye Cinta Township commissioner in District#5, Margibi County, William BorborSackie Julye, has outlined several achievements and challenges of his leadership in 2015.
Geebamu International, Incorporated (GII) has broken grounds for a US$1.5million hospital project in Ben Town along the Marshall highway in Margibi County.
The Liberia People Democratic Party or LPDP has disclosed here that all is set for its county conventions, which commences today, December 3 thru the 7th.
For those who participated in the Sawyer’s Constitution Drafting Commission’s deliberations followed by what a Daily Observer Column termed the GREAT DEBATE, they would, with no doubt, describe the exercise very interesting, challenging, and intellectual. Unlike the Simeon Greenleaf’s Constitutional Convention of July 5, 1847, the Sawyer’s Commission amalgamated and assimilated all sectors, interest groups, and people comprising the Republic of Liberia.
Liberia’s Vice President Joseph N. Boakai and Finance and Development Planning Minister Amara Konneh have held talks aimed at addressing issues of bad road conditions across the country.
(Partial views left to right) women at CICO two and CICO one main entrances Rehabilitation work along the Red Light-Gbarnga highway, which connects Montserrado, Margibiand Bong into Nimba was disrupted Monday, 2 November following sit-in by over 300 protesting women from Weala and parts adjacent against the Chinese International Construction Company or CICO, implementing the rehabilitation.
Joy and happiness characterized the day in Wen’s Town, Margib County when a dream came true for residents of the town when they received a modern hand pump dedicated by the Checago Bright Foundation or CBF, Inc.
The Health Ministry in Monrovia may not be doing much against fake medicines entering the country. Perhaps its focus has and continues to be on the battle against the deadly Ebola virus disease.
Speculations of internal fight within the ruling Unity Party seem glaring, ahead of the 2017 Presidential and Representative elections as one of the forerunners for the standard bearer ticket of the party, ex-foreign minister Dr. Toga Gayewea McIntosh has alleged that upon his return to the country recently from an ECOWAS Mission in Nigeria, he had tried every available means to sit with Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai, his main rival in the party, but his effort proved fruitless.