Some Signs of Glad Tidings

[The Point] The proof of the pudding is in the eating, they say, and if this could be related to our new beginnings in the tourism season and in the new Gambia, we can really be optimistic and hopeful that there is good tourism season ahead of us.

[The Point] The proof of the pudding is in the eating, they say, and if this could be related to our new beginnings in the tourism season and in the new Gambia, we can really be optimistic and hopeful that there is good tourism season ahead of us.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

FAO ‘Is Key Partner’ of Gambia Against Food Insecurity – Agric Minister

[The Point] The Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Omar Jallow, has acknowledged “the immense contribution” of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in supporting the Ministry of Agriculture in the fight against food insecurity and poverty alleviation…

[The Point] The Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Omar Jallow, has acknowledged "the immense contribution" of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in supporting the Ministry of Agriculture in the fight against food insecurity and poverty alleviation in The Gambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

30 Women Election Observers Seek Peaceful End to Process

[Observer] A women organization under the banner, Women’s Situation Room (WSR), which deployed 30 personnel to observe the conduct of last Tuesday’s electoral process in Nimba County has called for a peaceful end to the process.

[Observer] A women organization under the banner, Women's Situation Room (WSR), which deployed 30 personnel to observe the conduct of last Tuesday's electoral process in Nimba County has called for a peaceful end to the process.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

IREDD Releases New Report On October Polls

[Observer] The Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD), has released its new report on the October 10 polls, entitled: “IREDD’s Monitoring of Electoral Integrity and Abuse of Incumbency.”

[Observer] The Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD), has released its new report on the October 10 polls, entitled: "IREDD's Monitoring of Electoral Integrity and Abuse of Incumbency."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Leewarg Calls for Responsible Post-Elections Media Reporting

[Observer] The Liberia Elections Early Warning and Response Group (LEEWARG) has called on the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) to ensure that media practitioners in the country uphold the ethics of the profession in this crucial electoral period and going …

[Observer] The Liberia Elections Early Warning and Response Group (LEEWARG) has called on the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) to ensure that media practitioners in the country uphold the ethics of the profession in this crucial electoral period and going forward if peace is to be maintained.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Torrential Rains Destroy Roads in Nimba

[Observer] Last week’s voting in several parts of Nimba was disturbed by heavy rains which messed up road networks causing delays at some polling centers, the offices of the National Elections Commission (NEC) in the county have said.

[Observer] Last week's voting in several parts of Nimba was disturbed by heavy rains which messed up road networks causing delays at some polling centers, the offices of the National Elections Commission (NEC) in the county have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

First Time for Capitol to Produce Democratically Elected President, VP

[Observer] Unity Party standard bearer Joseph N. Boakai and Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer George M. Weah are in a 2nd-round election to decide who becomes President of Liberia

[Observer] Unity Party standard bearer Joseph N. Boakai and Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer George M. Weah are in a 2nd-round election to decide who becomes President of Liberia

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Orange Announces ‘Early Christmas’ With Grand Prizes

[Observer] The Liberian economy might be a quite shabby and its political environment quite tense but, to Orange, it is the perfect time for a major splurge, aimed at strengthening the company’s position in the telecom market. Therefore, the company ha…

[Observer] The Liberian economy might be a quite shabby and its political environment quite tense but, to Orange, it is the perfect time for a major splurge, aimed at strengthening the company's position in the telecom market. Therefore, the company has launched a massive new promotion under the theme: "With Orange, Christmas Starts in October." The new promotion was rolled out at a major press conference held at the company's headquarters on Capital Bypass in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia