35,000 Risk Infectious Diseases On Peace Island

[Observer] Thirty five thousand (35,000) Liberians in a Peace Island community known as 540 (Five Forty) risk infectious diseases, because all the wells have dried up, leading them to process dirty water for food and other needs.

[Observer] Thirty five thousand (35,000) Liberians in a Peace Island community known as 540 (Five Forty) risk infectious diseases, because all the wells have dried up, leading them to process dirty water for food and other needs.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia in Advanced Readiness for Peer-Review

[Observer] Finance and Development Planning Minister, Boima S. Kamara, has assured the 26th Summit of Heads of State and Governments participating in the African Peer Review Mechanism (APR Forum) that Liberia is on an irreversible path of readiness to …

[Observer] Finance and Development Planning Minister, Boima S. Kamara, has assured the 26th Summit of Heads of State and Governments participating in the African Peer Review Mechanism (APR Forum) that Liberia is on an irreversible path of readiness to be peer-reviewed by the end of June 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Amid Failure to Connect Counties With Paved Roads, Gol Already Passing the Torch

[Observer] Public Works Minister Gyude Moore recently told the Senate Committee on Public Works that it needed US$2.6 billion to connect all county capitals with paved roads.

[Observer] Public Works Minister Gyude Moore recently told the Senate Committee on Public Works that it needed US$2.6 billion to connect all county capitals with paved roads.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ellen to Meet Business Associations This Week

[Observer] A meeting between the President and members of the Chamber of Commerce, the Liberia Business Association, the Liberia Marketing Association and the Yana Boys Association is scheduled for this week in an effort to engage in continuing dialogu…

[Observer] A meeting between the President and members of the Chamber of Commerce, the Liberia Business Association, the Liberia Marketing Association and the Yana Boys Association is scheduled for this week in an effort to engage in continuing dialogue over ways of improving the current business climate in the country, the Executive Mansion press release says.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

No Win for Traditional Rivals

[Observer] Liberia’s two traditional rivals, Invincible Eleven and Mighty Barrolle remain at the bottom of the league table after both teams failed to secure wins in their respective matches.

[Observer] Liberia's two traditional rivals, Invincible Eleven and Mighty Barrolle remain at the bottom of the league table after both teams failed to secure wins in their respective matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

When Chiefs, Isekhure Battled Over Benin Kingdom

[Daily Trust] Benin -The crisis between the embattled Nosakhare Monday Isekhure and the Benin Traditional Council was seen as a child’s play in the beginning, but when the suspension hammer fell on him, it became clear that things had fallen apart with…

[Daily Trust] Benin -The crisis between the embattled Nosakhare Monday Isekhure and the Benin Traditional Council was seen as a child's play in the beginning, but when the suspension hammer fell on him, it became clear that things had fallen apart with the once revered chief priest and the palace.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Do Not Relent in Fight Against the Female Cut

[Citizen] Today, rights activists in Tanzania join their counterparts across the world to mark the 14th International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation. The occasion is relevant to Tanzania, because the backward practice is still rife …

[Citizen] Today, rights activists in Tanzania join their counterparts across the world to mark the 14th International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation. The occasion is relevant to Tanzania, because the backward practice is still rife in parts of the country, years after it was made illegal.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Uganda Soccer Body in Trouble After Cup Exit

[Citizen] Kampala -Qualifying for the first Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals in nearly four decades might have lit up the eyes of Cranes fans, but making it past the group stage was always going to be tough.

[Citizen] Kampala -Qualifying for the first Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals in nearly four decades might have lit up the eyes of Cranes fans, but making it past the group stage was always going to be tough.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Babatope, Ango Abdullahi, Fayose, Others React As Buhari Extends Medical Vacation Indefinitely

[Vanguard] ON a day he is expected to return to the country preparatory to resumption of office today after 10 days official vacation, President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, wrote the National Assembly to extend his vacation on medical grounds.

[Vanguard] ON a day he is expected to return to the country preparatory to resumption of office today after 10 days official vacation, President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, wrote the National Assembly to extend his vacation on medical grounds.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria