Cips Level 3 Training Underway in Monrovia

[Observer] The Public Procurement Concessions Commission (PPCC), in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), yesterday commenced a five-day professional certification training in public procurement to complete the Chartered Ins…

[Observer] The Public Procurement Concessions Commission (PPCC), in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), yesterday commenced a five-day professional certification training in public procurement to complete the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) course.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Thomas Kojo’s Threat of Legal Action Against the LFA

[Observer] The Liberia Football Association recently, and without holding any discussion with those involved, terminated the contracts of four coaches, including James Salinsa Debbah of the senior national team, Thomas Kojo and his deputy Janjay Jacobs…

[Observer] The Liberia Football Association recently, and without holding any discussion with those involved, terminated the contracts of four coaches, including James Salinsa Debbah of the senior national team, Thomas Kojo and his deputy Janjay Jacobs of the U23 national team and Chris Wreh of the U20 national soccer team.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Let Us Respect and Obey Our Constitution and Avoid All Shortcuts That Could Repeat Past Costly, Even Deadly Mistakes

[Observer] Liberians, over the last thirty plus years, have developed a history of ultimately throwing off the shackles of oppression beginning with the overthrow of the Grand Old True Whig Party, the fascist military dictator Samuel Doe and more recen…

[Observer] Liberians, over the last thirty plus years, have developed a history of ultimately throwing off the shackles of oppression beginning with the overthrow of the Grand Old True Whig Party, the fascist military dictator Samuel Doe and more recently the rabid warmonger dictator President Charles Taylor.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Laureates College Holds Art Exhibition

[Guardian] Pupils of Laureates College, Mafoluku Lagos have held an exhibition tagged, ‘Renaissance’, in the school’s art gallery. They displayed paintings and various art works done mostly by the junior and senior secondary pupils, including landscape…

[Guardian] Pupils of Laureates College, Mafoluku Lagos have held an exhibition tagged, 'Renaissance', in the school's art gallery. They displayed paintings and various art works done mostly by the junior and senior secondary pupils, including landscape paintings, drawings of living and still figures, sculpted objects, tie and dye textile works and were appreciated by all the visitors.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Presidency, Others Decry Rot in Education System

[Guardian] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday decried the rot in the education sector, saying Nigeria could not ?progress beyond the level and standard of its educational system.

[Guardian] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday decried the rot in the education sector, saying Nigeria could not ?progress beyond the level and standard of its educational system.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why Did Bong County Celebrated Lawmaker Lose 2017 Election

[FrontPageAfrica] Gbarnga -District three Representative George Mulbah (People’s Unification Party) who was once celebrated as the “voice of Bong County,” won’t be joining the county caucus when the 54th Legislature is seated in January.

[FrontPageAfrica] Gbarnga -District three Representative George Mulbah (People's Unification Party) who was once celebrated as the "voice of Bong County," won't be joining the county caucus when the 54th Legislature is seated in January.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Anti-Grazing Law a Time Bomb, Says Miyetti Allah

[Guardian] Kaduna -The Fulani socio-cultural association has described as a time bomb the anti grazing law, which it said is an attempt to destroy herders’ means of livelihood.

[Guardian] Kaduna -The Fulani socio-cultural association has described as a time bomb the anti grazing law, which it said is an attempt to destroy herders' means of livelihood.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria