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Pictures from the Funeral Services of REV. JONATHAN SIAFA MINAH JOHNSON

Pictures from June Ellen's Wine Glass Painting Class. May 2, 2019

Pictures from Conex Groundbreaking for a Modular Refinery Plant in Monrovia, April 16, 2019

Pictures From the Funeral Services of the Late Honorable Adolph A. Lawrence Representative District #15 Montserrado County Held At the Sacred Heart Cathedral Board Street Monrovia, Liberia

Souvenir Program Marking the official Dedication and turning over of the Newly Constructed Administrative building held at the Harrisburg Township, Careysburg District Montserrado County, Liberia

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SALT Rehabilitation Clinic

Introduces its new Pediatric Sensory Room

Pyhsical, Occupational, & Speech Therapies
Email: info@saltrehabcliniclib.org
Website: www.saltrehabclinic.org
Zubah Town, Rehab Road
Paynesville, Liberia
Phone: 0886-219-910

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Introducing A New Airport Shuttle Service

Pepsec Airport Shuttle

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  • Corina Hotel - Tubman Boulevard, Sinkor
  • A la'Lagune Hotel - Congo Town Backroad, Oldest Congo Town

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Launching of Pepsec Airport Shuttle Service, RIA, Margibi County, April 22, 2019

Pictures from AKA International Fair, 19th Street, Sinkor, Monrovia, April 20, 2019

Great Commission Ministries of Christ International Inc. 19th Annual International Convocation, Barnersville Monrovia, Liberia

Honoring Her Spirit - Oritha Marjay Jefferson Karpeh, March 2019

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Gov’t Warns Opposition Leaders Against June 7 Protest

The government has warned planners of the pending June 7 ‘peaceful protest’ to abandon to their quest or else made to face the consequence thereafter. Read more...

In The News

Malawi election: Albino killings, the president’s fake death and five more things

Nearly seven million Malawians will have the chance to vote for a new president on 21 May in one of the most unpredictable elections in the country's history.

1. The vice-president is standing against the president

Questions over President Peter Mutharika's fitness to run for another term have led to a split with his vice-president, Saulos Chilima.

Mr Chilima had been handpicked by Mr Mutharika as his running mate for the last election in 2014. But a year ago, the president's sister in-law, Callista Mutharika, suggested that the president, aged 78, was too old to seek re-election and that he should make way for his 46-year-old deputy.

That suggestion faced resistance from some influential members of the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

The party split into two factions and eventually Mr Chilima left to start the UTM party, but remained the country's vice-president. Read more....

Liberia: Central Bank Governor ‘Losing Control’ of Foreign Exchange Rate

MONROVIA – It is becoming glaring that the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) is doing too little to contain the rising exchange rate between the U.S. Dollars and the Liberian dollars.

The foreign exchange rate has been rising steadily without fluctuation over the past several months. This, is to a large extent, affecting local businesses in the country and the economy of the country.

It is the CBL’s responsibility to fix the exchange rates of the domestic currency in terms of foreign currencies. The CBL is expected to hold these rates in narrow limits in keeping with its obligations as a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and tries to bring stability in the foreign exchange rates. Read more...

Billionaire mining investor Robert Friedland is close to a deal to take over an iron ore deposit in Guinea from owners including BHP Group, according to people familiar with the situation.

Friedland is in advanced talks with BHP, Newmont Goldcorp Corp. and Areva SA, that will see him move to develop the Nimba deposit on Guinea’s border with Liberia, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the talks are private. A final deal has yet to be agreed, the people said.

The project has sat undeveloped for years. It’s unlikely the current owners will receive a significant sum for the asset, but will probably hold an interest should the mine be developed. Mick Davis, who is seeking to develop a neighboring iron ore mine through his Niron Metals vehicle, is also interested in the project, according to people familiar with the situation. The deal is likely to require government approval. Read more...

" Diversification is Key for Economic Transformation: Liberia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations tells High Level UN Meeting on Commodity Markets"

(New York, May 16, 2019) The Permanent Representative of the Republic of Liberia to the United Nations, His Excellency Ambassador Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr., says the pursuit of economic transformation remains an overarching objective of the Administration of His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia; with diversification as a key factor. Read more....

Supreme Court Justice Denies Release of Top Opposition Politician Brother on Bail

MONROVIA – Oliver Dillion, brother of tough-talking opposition political figure Abraham Darius Dillion will remain behind the walls of the Monrovia Central Prison as Supreme Court justice in chambers, Justice Joseph Nagbe, granted the petition for a writ of certiorari.

A writ of certiorari orders a lower court to deliver its record in a case so that the higher court may review it and make determination on ruling delivered.

Dillon was on the brink of walking out of pre-trial detention after Judge Roosevelt Willie believed there were conditions under the law that permit an individual to be released on bail despite being charged for a capital offense. His charge was also to be reduced from murder to manslaughter after reviewing the circumstances surrounding alleged crime. However, Justice in Chambers, Joseph Nagbe, says Judge Willie was in error and therefore overturned the ruling.  Read more...

June 7 Saved the State Protest ‘Carved in Stone’; Organizers Defiant After Meeting with President Weah

Monrovia – Organizers of the upcoming June 7 Save the State Protest in Monrovia walked out of Tuesday’s Unification Day meeting with President George Manneh Weah unmoved, reiterating their primary concerns that the government should allow the protest to go on, while seeking protection to ensure things do not get out of hand. At the end of the tete-a-tete Tuesday afternoon, President Weah obliged, telling the Council of Patriots that if there’s no way to convince them to end the protest, his administration will ensure that it is guarded peacefully. Read more...

Mayor who was refugee from Liberia plans run for US Senate

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins, a refugee from Liberia who became the first black mayor in the state, announced Monday he is seeking the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Steve Daines.

Collins and his wife Maddie moved to Helena in the early 1990s to escape civil war in the African nation — she with a scholarship to study nursing at Carroll College and he a few years later after going through the refugee process.

He expressed gratitude to the Helena community for welcoming his family. Read more...

Travelers Groan Over Multiple Checkpoints along Monrovia-Ganta Highway

Monrovia-Gbarnga Highway – The hellish experience business people and other commuters plying the ever-busy Monrovia-Gbarnga highway go through daily, cannot be blamed on the deathtrap nature of the road alone.

The numerous road blocks mounted by security agents on the road, apparently to nab those who smuggle illicit substances into the country, have been pointed at as one major reason why there is near traffic crisis on that axis. Read more...

Targeted Education

By Kedrick Lilweti White

Each and every graduate should be sorted after in order to declare that today's educational system is efficient. It is ludicrous to to think that an entity can affix their stamp on a piece of document (diploma) and not bare the consequence for the inefficiency.  Now that we live in a 'ratings' society where everything is rated, poor ratings must be given to institutions of higher learning whose graduates are not in high demand. 

From kindergarten up through to the PhD level, it seems like all we have been doing is general education. It is as if we take all the seeds, prepare them (when they are ready), and broadcast them in the wind.. Read full article...

Pres. Weah: ‘Information Minister Will Do the Talking’

George Weah has issued an executive memorandum warning all government officials from speaking on national policy issues without being authorized to do so, an Executive Mansion release said.

In a statement on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, posted on the Executive Mansion website, the President’s warning was contained in an Executive Memorandum directing all ministers, deputies assistant ministers, and heads of agencies and commissions, and their deputies to refrain from making public comments on policy issues of national concern on both conventional and social media without first seeking authorization from the appropriate authorities. Read more...


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CONEX PETROLEUM GROUP TO CONSTRUCT A 10,000 BARRELS PER DAY MODULAR OIL REFINERY IN MONROVIA

On April 16, 2019, Conex Petroleum Group with help from the Vice President of Liberia, Dr. Jewel Howard Taylor, the Honorable Speaker Bhofal Chambers, International and local partners and host of well wishers joined in the Ground Breaking Ceremony of the Conex Refinery. Read more...


The Patriotic Consciousness Association of Liberia (PACA) Writes Liberian Government & British Embassy in Monrovia, Urging The Release of Dr. Agnes Reeves Taylor from British Prison
 

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Office Space for Lease

One full floor is available for immediate occupancy in the king's building at corner of broad and Gurley Streets in the city centre of Monrovia.

Security: 24 hrs security available including during holidays

Available Space includes:

Full and Half Floors of recently renovated space Available now for immediate occupancy and additional space will be available as of July 2019

3 Office Space on the Top Floor of the King Building is also available for rent. (Space is for Office only, not RESIDENTIAL.

For a walk through of the space, please contact Bendu by phone at +231(0)886-260-180 or at the King Building who will arrange appointment with owners.

All  potential occupants please bring your businesses registration, and references

 
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