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Pictures from CHECAGO BRIGHT FOUNDATION 3rd Annual Liberia Fund Raising Gala, Held at the Bella Casa Hotel, 3rd Street Sinkor, Monrovia, Saturday, May 14, 2016

Pictures from Lott Carey Baptist Mission School Alumni Association (LCMAA) Renovation Benefit Dinner and Soccer Tournment, Held at the Brewerville City Hall, Brewerville, Liberia Friday - Saturday, May 13 - 14, 2016

Pictures from the Rotary Club of Sinkor Retreat, Liberian Beach, Thinkers Village, Robertsfield Highway, Saturday May 14, 2016

Pictures from the 70th Birth Anniversary of H.E Olubanke King - Akerele and the Official Launching of the Educational "CHECKERS" and "TRIVIA CARD" Games Designed to Promote Education and Patriotism in Africa in general, and Liberia, in Particular, Held at the Monrovia City Hall, Liberia

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News Flash: Special Presidential Task Force to Effectuate Arrests in The Global Witness Bribary Case

Investigators of the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC) and the Liberia National Police (LNP) are today in the process of effectuating probable cause arrests in the ongoing Global Witness bribery scandal probe being conducted by the Special Presidential Task Force set up by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to investigate the matter.
These arrests will continue until all of the targets of the investigators have been apprehended.

WAEC Exams Scheduled to begin today Monday, May 23, 2016 has been Cancelled

After Test Questions were Stolen from Konola Campus. The WAEC exam for 12th graders have been rescheduled for June 27 thru July 1.

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Four more ways the CIA has meddled in Africa

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has a long history of involvement in African affairs, so Sunday's reports that the 1962 arrest of Nelson Mandela came following a CIA tip-off don't come as a huge surprise.

Most incidents came during the Cold War, when the US and the Soviet Union battled for influence across the continent.

CIA covert operations are by their very nature hard to prove definitively. But research into the agency's work, as well as revelations by former CIA employees, has thrown up several cases where the agency tried to influence events. Here are four examples: Read more...

‘Political Pressure Stalled Libtelco Deal ‘- Muah Informs Senate Committee

Monrovia - Mr. Sebastian Muah, Managing Director of the Liberia Telecommunication Corporation (Libtelco) has told members of the Senate Committee on Post and Telecommunication that political pressure led to the cancellation of the purchase deal between Novafone and Libtelco.

Mr. Muah made the disclosure Thursday when he appeared before the senate committee on Post and Telecommunication Committee chaired by Senator Nyonblee Karngar-Lawrence of Grand Bassa County. His appearance is a result of a mandate given by the plenary of the Senate. Read more...

Increasing Domestic Expenditure on Liberian Dollar – Ellen Writes Legislature

Monrovia - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says the government may be constrained to increase the level of domestic expenditure in Liberian dollars and that it is likely to affect the salary payments for all employees of government.

In a communication to the legislature she said currently, the level between Liberian Dollars and the US Dollars is 20% to 80% percent respectively for salaried Presidential officials and uniform fifty percent for the general Civil service. Read more...

Lonestar Corporate Communications respond to the Daily Observer recent Article questioning the right of the Lonestar Phone Company to use "Lone Star" as a trade name

The recent Daily Observer's Article questioning the right of the Lonestar Phone Company to use the "Lone Star" as a trade name, is unfortunate and sad that a Sports' Writer operating under "shekels" sponsorship would select to veer into the territory he has limited knowledge about and would select to irresponsibly incite the public to take up arms against the Phone Company that has contributed and continues to contribute immensely to the growth and development of this Country". Mr. Jackson might need to consult the legal team of his institution or his editorial board to seek guidance on proprietary rights. Read more...

Calls for Enhancement of Powers For ECOWAS Parliament Highlighted At 1st Ordinary Session

(Abuja, May 18, 2016:)  The 2016 First Ordinary Session for the Fourth Legislature of the Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States otherwise known as ECOWAS Parliament kicked off on Monday, May 16, 2016 at the International Conference Center in Abuja, the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

According to a dispatch from the Liberian Embassy in Abuja, the opening session was characterized by calls for the enhancement of the powers of the Sub-Regional Parliament. Read more...

‘Mystery Ship’ Owner Surfaces

The mystery surrounding the ship, TAMAYA 1, which surfaced May 3, on the shores of Grand Cape Mount County, may now appear to be solved as one of three personalities, who recently arrived in the country, has claimed ownership.

This was disclosed by the Ministry of Defense in a release issued Monday, May 16, in Monrovia. The Ministry, at the heart of the investigation surrounding the vessel, which ran aground and reportedly took at least two days before national security forces were alerted, said the three persons who have come to confirm the identity of the abandoned vessel, include Omowho Bernard and Tomogho Oye Amaliri, two of the four crew members who were onboard the vessel; the third person is Robert M. Saigha “the purported owner of the ship.” Read more...

President Sirleaf Launches Tubman University Capital Fundraiser

Monrovia, Liberia: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has launched the William V.S Tubman University “Capital Fund Raiser,” and generously donated US$10,000.00 in support of a modern Students Service Center of the university while heaping praises on outgoing President, Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell for putting quality system in place for young people in the country in search of learning opportunities. Read more...

President Sirleaf Holds Talks With U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield

(Monrovia, Liberia – Monday, May 16, 2016) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Monday, May 16, 2016 received a U.S. Government delegation headed by Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Linda Thomas Greenfield. Assistant Secretary of State Greenfield arrived in Liberia on Sunday, May 15, 2016 for a 3-Day official visit to Liberia. While in Liberia, the visiting American delegation will meet several groupings and individuals including Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai, the leaderships of both the Senate and House of Representatives, Representatives of Political parties, amongst others. Read more...

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Celebrating the Birth Anniversary of Matu Tubman-White (May 5th) Celebrated May 7, 2016. White Compound, Baptist Seminary

Pictures from the Thanksgiving and Celebration for the Home Going of Mother Weedor Korlu Deddeh Ballah, St. Kizito Parish, Paynesville City, Liberia, Saturday May 7, 2016

Pictures from the Lott Carey Mission Alumni Assoc - Liberia Renovation Rally, Theme: "Were Are Moving One Step Further" Held at the Lott Carey Baptist Mission School, Brewerville, Liberia

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