‘We’re Closer Than Ever’

[Observer] Inspite of the civil crises that saw Liberians vent their angers against each other as a result of the massive inequalities that existed since the formation of the state, couple with the economic inequalities that is still being experienced …

[Observer] Inspite of the civil crises that saw Liberians vent their angers against each other as a result of the massive inequalities that existed since the formation of the state, couple with the economic inequalities that is still being experienced since the cessation of hostilities nearly a decade and a half ago--the 170th Independence Day Orator, Rev. Dr. Herman Browne says Liberians are at the verge of being more united because they are now expressing themselves and having conversation around those things that

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Plateau PDP Vows to Resist Recall of Legislator

[Daily Trust] Jos -The PDP in Langtang North North of Plateau State has said it will resist any attempt to commence the recall process of Godfrey K. Lamdip, the member representing the constituency in the House of Assembly.

[Daily Trust] Jos -The PDP in Langtang North North of Plateau State has said it will resist any attempt to commence the recall process of Godfrey K. Lamdip, the member representing the constituency in the House of Assembly.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Liberia Affirms Commitment to Implement UN Anti-Corruption Convention

[Observer] Liberia has affirmed its commitment to the full implementation of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, (LACC) announced in a press release yesterday.

[Observer] Liberia has affirmed its commitment to the full implementation of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission, (LACC) announced in a press release yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Sen. Morais Wants CoC Suspended

[Observer] Senate Chair on Foreign Affairs, H. Dan Morais: “the Supreme Court’s ruling is not only dangerous, but has the propensity to undermine the peace and stability of the country.”

[Observer] Senate Chair on Foreign Affairs, H. Dan Morais: "the Supreme Court's ruling is not only dangerous, but has the propensity to undermine the peace and stability of the country."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Supreme Court, Defend Your Integrity

[Observer] Since March 3 this year, the public has been suspicious of the working of the highest court, the Supreme Court. Constitutionally clothed with the power as the final arbiter of justice and the only interpreter of the Constitution, the Supreme…

[Observer] Since March 3 this year, the public has been suspicious of the working of the highest court, the Supreme Court. Constitutionally clothed with the power as the final arbiter of justice and the only interpreter of the Constitution, the Supreme Court on March 3, 2017 came down with ruling in the controversial Code of Conduct making it constitutional. Upon making the pronouncement, many people who may fear the political potential of others in the ensuing election gladly welcomed the Supreme Court's decision; c

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MCSP/USAID Hand Over Medical Supplies to MOH Today

[Observer] Authorities at the Ministry of Health (MOH) will today benefit from two donations from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Maternal and Child Survival Program’s (MCSP) Restoration of Health Services (RHS) and the …

[Observer] Authorities at the Ministry of Health (MOH) will today benefit from two donations from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Maternal and Child Survival Program's (MCSP) Restoration of Health Services (RHS) and the Human Resources for Health MCSP, HRH Projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Multipurpose Vocational School Under Construction in Buu – Yao

[Observer] A multipurpose vocational school construction in the town of Beadatuo in the Buu-Yao Administrative District, Nimba County has reached roof level as the proprietor appeals for help to speedily complete the project.

[Observer] A multipurpose vocational school construction in the town of Beadatuo in the Buu-Yao Administrative District, Nimba County has reached roof level as the proprietor appeals for help to speedily complete the project.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘The Messengers’ in Gospel Comedy Show

[New Times] ‘The Messengers’ group will entertain Christians in a concert dubbed ‘Take the Messengers Comedy Concert’ that will take place at Healing Centre Church in Remera this Sunday.

[New Times] 'The Messengers' group will entertain Christians in a concert dubbed 'Take the Messengers Comedy Concert' that will take place at Healing Centre Church in Remera this Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

NCIC Has Flagged 176 Social Media Accounts Over Hate Speech

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The National Cohesion and Integration Commission says that it has flagged at least 176 social media accounts that are involved in propagating hate speech.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The National Cohesion and Integration Commission says that it has flagged at least 176 social media accounts that are involved in propagating hate speech.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya