260 BDOCTC Graduates Challenged to Make Use of Knowledge

[Observer] The Business and Domestic Occupational Training Center (BDOTC) took center stage in the empowerment of young people when over the weekend it graduated 260 youth in various skills, including tailoring, baking, event decoration, cookery, beaut…

[Observer] The Business and Domestic Occupational Training Center (BDOTC) took center stage in the empowerment of young people when over the weekend it graduated 260 youth in various skills, including tailoring, baking, event decoration, cookery, beauty, culture and braiding and weaving, among others.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

New Justice Minister Wants Term of Court, Grand Jury Sitting Extended

[Observer] In an effort to promote peace and security as well as to ensure justice by the conviction of more (amply) criminals through the rule of law, the new Justice Minister-designate, Cllr. Musa Dean has announced that the ministry, through the Exe…

[Observer] In an effort to promote peace and security as well as to ensure justice by the conviction of more (amply) criminals through the rule of law, the new Justice Minister-designate, Cllr. Musa Dean has announced that the ministry, through the Executive Branch, would be submitting several legislations, when confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Customers Unhappy At Winners Inc. Delay

[Observer] Many unhappy customers of Winners Incorporated recently prevented some staff members of the company from leaving its head office on Broad Street, because their winnings were not paid by the management.

[Observer] Many unhappy customers of Winners Incorporated recently prevented some staff members of the company from leaving its head office on Broad Street, because their winnings were not paid by the management.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Called to Serve, Not to Be Served

[Observer] Expectations and excitement have become high since President George Weah began appointing public officials. Those yet to be appointed await anxiously, to get from the President their share of the positions to occupy.

[Observer] Expectations and excitement have become high since President George Weah began appointing public officials. Those yet to be appointed await anxiously, to get from the President their share of the positions to occupy.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘I Will Reactivate Police Patrol Division’

[Observer] Robert W. Budy, Deputy Police Commissioner for Operations-designate, yesterday said the patrol section of the Liberia National Police (LNP) has been dormant and so if confirmed he would reactivate it to meet its prewar status.

[Observer] Robert W. Budy, Deputy Police Commissioner for Operations-designate, yesterday said the patrol section of the Liberia National Police (LNP) has been dormant and so if confirmed he would reactivate it to meet its prewar status.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bea Mountain Employees Want Salary Increment, Benefits

[Observer] Aggrieved workers of the Liberty Gold Mine operated by the Bea Mountain Corporation in Kinjor, Grand Cape Mount are appealing to the government through the Ministry of Labor and other agencies to immediately order the company to increase the…

[Observer] Aggrieved workers of the Liberty Gold Mine operated by the Bea Mountain Corporation in Kinjor, Grand Cape Mount are appealing to the government through the Ministry of Labor and other agencies to immediately order the company to increase their salaries and settle their claims.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Congratulations Bai!

[Observer] The appointment of Bai Best as Managing Director of Liberia’s oldest independent daily, the Daily Observer newspaper, is laudable and brings the glorious chapter of the senior Best, Kenneth Y, to a momentous close. While the curtains draw on…

[Observer] The appointment of Bai Best as Managing Director of Liberia's oldest independent daily, the Daily Observer newspaper, is laudable and brings the glorious chapter of the senior Best, Kenneth Y, to a momentous close. While the curtains draw on the tenure of KY, it reinforces the inevitability that one generation would take over from the former, almost unapologetically.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

First Pilot Workshop in Morocco On the Writing Peace Manual On Feb. 21-22 in Rabat

[MAP] Rabat -The first pilot workshop using the recently published “Writing Peace Manual” will take place from 21 to 22 February 2018 in Rabat, Morocco, involving 14 schools of the Rabat district, UNESCO said in a press release.

[MAP] Rabat -The first pilot workshop using the recently published "Writing Peace Manual" will take place from 21 to 22 February 2018 in Rabat, Morocco, involving 14 schools of the Rabat district, UNESCO said in a press release.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco