The Lagos State Government on Monday warned residents to keep off the Ogun River, near the Kara Cattle Market, which reportedly turned to dry land overnight.
Residents of Ogun have been left in shock after the Ogun River mysteriously dried up leaving vegetation to grow from where the river once held sway.
This suddenly development has attracted the attention of people who come from different places to witness the mysterious event.
The river, which can be viewed from the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, is now all covered up with green vegetation and no sight of water.
Residents practically walk on the sand now, taking pictures.
But in a statement issued on Monday, Adebowale Akinsanya who is the Commissioner For Waterfront Infrastructure Development in Lagos state said the river had been blocked by vegetation.
He said the river could open up at any time with dire consequences. Read more...
Monrovia Liberia June 18, 2016-The Management of Lonestar Cell MTN has described the repeated use of its network by CELLCOM/Orange GSM to advertise products and services to Lonestar’s Subscribers as an act of desperation and open defiance to rules set forth by the Regulators for the interconnect services.
The cellular giant in a Press release said in callous disregard to the telecommunications regulations; CELLCOM/Orange, has for the past two weeks engaged in an unscrupulous marketing scheme- using Lonestar’s network to advertise to Lonestar’s Subscribers. Read more...
Thanks to Dr. Davis-Russell from MFP
Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell,
Congratulations on your retirement! After eight years of successfully working together for the advancement of a conducive learning environment and high quality education at the William V.S. Tubman University in Harper, Maryland County, Liberia, we will now need to begin adjusting to the idea that you are no longer at the helm as President, and will come to appreciate and miss you even more. Your leaving marks the end of an era at TU!
You have taken Tubman University to the leading edge of higher education, which is the kind of record that should be emulated. You have transformed TU into a first class institution, providing education and services, contributing to the southeast, Liberia and the world. Even more important are the genuine friendships you have developed over that period of time.
Therefore, on behalf of the Leadership Team, Your Fellow Members and Supporters of Marylanders for Progress (Liberia), Inc., please accept our utmost thanks and gratitude for your peerless performance. Know that your service to TU has been marked by unsurpassed efficiency and excellence, and an inspiration to us all at Marylanders for Progress.
Again, we send you our very best wishes for a happy retirement well deserved. We, your partners in progress, remain eternally grateful!
MONROVIA– Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) has ended three days Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) systems training for 40 community members from 24 host communities in Trembo, Wedabo-GrandCess, Garraway and Barclayville Districts in Grand Kru. The training covered the basic functions of GPS and the use of it as a survey tool for mapping. Participants were trained to identify satellites, gave location, track distances, take point to point navigation, calculate area, distance and to save and record coordinates taken. Read more...