Japan, UNDP to Sign U.S.$1.14 Million

[NEWS] In advance of the 10 October 2017 general elections in Liberia, the Government of Japan and the United Nations Development Programme will this Thursday sign US$1.15 million agreement.

[NEWS] In advance of the 10 October 2017 general elections in Liberia, the Government of Japan and the United Nations Development Programme will this Thursday sign US$1.15 million agreement.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Falama Inc.’s Agripreneur, Angie Howard, Needs Encouragement in Her Agro-Industry Initiatives

[Observer] The word “agripreneur” is to most people a new word. But they can easily detect is meaning. It is the abbreviated combination of two well-known and very important words–agriculture and entrepreneur. That is what Angie Howard has become. As …

[Observer] The word "agripreneur" is to most people a new word. But they can easily detect is meaning. It is the abbreviated combination of two well-known and very important words--agriculture and entrepreneur. That is what Angie Howard has become. As an agripreneur, she is much more than a farmer growing crops from her farms. Far beyond farming, which is the source of all her products, she is attempting a revolutionary new initiative in agribusiness. This is adding value to the food she produces: cassava - from whic

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Smear Campaign Against Sherman’ to Eclipse Boakai’s Election?

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Grand Cape Mount County Senator Varney Sherman’s long hostile relationship shows no signs of abating anytime soon. As a matter of fact, it is on the verge of entering into another episode during these cruc…

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Grand Cape Mount County Senator Varney Sherman's long hostile relationship shows no signs of abating anytime soon. As a matter of fact, it is on the verge of entering into another episode during these crucial presidential and legislative elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Wafu Tourney – Who Will Win the U.S.$100K Prize Money in Ghana?

[Observer] As African countries strive to secure slots to participate in the 2018 Russia World Cup, Liberia will join seven others to fight for honors in the West Africa Football Union (WAFU) in Takoradi, Ghana. The national team, made up of local star…

[Observer] As African countries strive to secure slots to participate in the 2018 Russia World Cup, Liberia will join seven others to fight for honors in the West Africa Football Union (WAFU) in Takoradi, Ghana. The national team, made up of local stars, is expected to leave Monrovia on Thursday for Ghana. The team will play Senegal in their first match. The tournament is from Sept. 9-24. Other teams in the Liberian group are Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Mauritania and Sierra Leone. The other group members in

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Snowe Can Run in Senjeh, Supreme Court Rules

[Observer] Rep. Edwin Melvin Snowe of Montserrado Electoral District #6 yesterday won his case against Sen. Sando D. Johnson and Rep. Samuel Gayah Karmo of Bomi County and can now contest for the representative seat of Senjeh, Bomi County.

[Observer] Rep. Edwin Melvin Snowe of Montserrado Electoral District #6 yesterday won his case against Sen. Sando D. Johnson and Rep. Samuel Gayah Karmo of Bomi County and can now contest for the representative seat of Senjeh, Bomi County.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Benin-Abuja Road Is Truncated At Ekpoma

[This Day] Traveling to Abuja or to other towns and villages in Edo North through the Benin-Abuja Road is now a nightmare because of the treacherous section between Benin City and Ekpoma, the university town.

[This Day] Traveling to Abuja or to other towns and villages in Edo North through the Benin-Abuja Road is now a nightmare because of the treacherous section between Benin City and Ekpoma, the university town.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Flooding – PDP Group Seeks Support for Victims

[This Day] Abuja -As the massive flooding that ravaged Benue, Adamawa, and Katsina States continues to generate concern, the leadership of Peoples Democratic Party Rescue Group, a political pressure group has solicited for help for victims and families…

[This Day] Abuja -As the massive flooding that ravaged Benue, Adamawa, and Katsina States continues to generate concern, the leadership of Peoples Democratic Party Rescue Group, a political pressure group has solicited for help for victims and families who lost their loved ones, houses, farm lands and other properties.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria