Dekap Liberia is recently received food items, sanitizing materials and copy books from the Ebola Center, General Service Agency (GSA) and a kindhearted friend respectively.
Statement By the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Republic of Liberia On the violence in Paynesville on April 16, 2015
Foster Cudjoe Bobison left his home in Kebbah, Gardnerville, on Saturday, April 18, 2015 for Ghana to attend his mother’s funeral, but has not been heard from or seen. Foster Cudjoe Bobison is about 5 feet tall, dark skin and was wearing a brown and black t-shirt, a pair of light blue jeans trousers with a pair of black shoes. Richard Bobison, Foster’s brother in Ghana, has not seen Foster or heard from Foster.
Also, Janjay Wredyu, Foster’s Fiancee and mother to their three children (Precious Porshia, Priscilla Surprise and Phoebe Martha) of the United States of America, has not heard from him since April 18, 2015. Checks with the airlines and bus/parking stations have shown no traced of Foster using their services to travel.
Therefore anyone seeing or having any information on Foster Cudjoe Bobison should kindly contact the nearest police station or Janyay Wredyu (001-763-528-8182) or Richard Bobison (233-244-629510) or Janjay’s Brother (0886993108).
A suitably qualified and experience applicant is urgently needed for the position of Sales Representative or Sales Agent. Applicant must possess a pleasant personality with business communication skills and good interpersonal relationship plus at least three years’ experience in newspaper advertising and printing services and particularly be able to get contracts from UN agencies, including other international organizations operating in Liberia.
The International Law Group (ILG) is expected to formally open its new office in Liberia on Tuesday, June 25, 2013. A release issued here says the office will be launched at up Broad Street at Fort Norris, commonly known here as Ducor Hotel. The release further reveals that several personalities, including President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf will grace the occasion with their distinguished presence.
The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release
April 15, 2015
Remarks by the President Barack Obama Before Meeting with West African Leaders on Ebola
Today, it is with profound relief and deep gratitude that we receive the official announcement from the World Health Organization that Liberia is Ebola free. For a country and a people that suffered through such trauma at the hands of this vile disease, this announcement is an important moment for all Liberians. For many months, we remained cautiously optimistic that this time would come. Our hopes, it seems, were well founded.
Catholic Archbishop emeritus, His Grace Michael Kpakala Francis, is dead. He died at age 77 in Monrovia on Sunday following a protracted illness.
A Special Statement from MICAT
In many respects, for Liberia, the 9th of May will be memorable – a date to be forever etched in history. Liberians will complete our 42nd day of living with no new confirmed transmission of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, an outbreak whose toll included 4,000 of our compatriots, rendered over three thousand children orphans, collapsed our recovering health sector, and crippled the economy.
David B. Kolleh, Communication Officer of the Sime Darby Plantation in Liberia is pleased to clarify to the general public that at no point in time have I ever spoken to anyone from the New Dawn or any other media institution in Liberia about a strike action at Sime Darby Plantation in Liberia.