House Summons Energy Sector

[New Dawn] Authorities of Liberia’s energy sector have been summoned by the House of Representatives to provide reasons for negotiating another management services agreement for the Liberia Electricity Corporation or LEC, when investigation is yet to b…

[New Dawn] Authorities of Liberia's energy sector have been summoned by the House of Representatives to provide reasons for negotiating another management services agreement for the Liberia Electricity Corporation or LEC, when investigation is yet to be concluded into alleged inconsistencies that marred the previous management contract.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

ECC Intensifies Long-Term Observation of Electoral Activities Here

[New Dawn] The Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) has intensified its observation mission to include the Political Parties’ Primaries and the Exhibition of the Provisional Registration Roll across the 73 electoral districts within the 15 counties. …

[New Dawn] The Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) has intensified its observation mission to include the Political Parties' Primaries and the Exhibition of the Provisional Registration Roll across the 73 electoral districts within the 15 counties. This is part of the ECC long-term elections observation mission deploying 89 observers including 16 county coordinators and 73 electoral district observers, two coordinators from Montserrado County who observed the voter registration process. ECC observers are using mob

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Mercycrops Launches Solar Energy Project

[New Dawn] MercyCrops Liberia has launched a renewable energy fair in Ganta, Nimba County, bringing together cross section of citizens. The Light UP Liberia project is being funded by the European Union under the theme: Awakening the Market for Renewab…

[New Dawn] MercyCrops Liberia has launched a renewable energy fair in Ganta, Nimba County, bringing together cross section of citizens. The Light UP Liberia project is being funded by the European Union under the theme: Awakening the Market for Renewable Energy.

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World Bank Releases New Report On Africa’s Energy Sector

[NEWS] A World Bank new report released Wednesday in Copenhagen has revealed that only 35 percent of Africa’s population has access to power and a generation capacity of just 100 GW.

[NEWS] A World Bank new report released Wednesday in Copenhagen has revealed that only 35 percent of Africa's population has access to power and a generation capacity of just 100 GW.

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Tubman Opposes Code of Conduct

[NEWS] Former presidential candidate Winston Tubman says the Code of Conduct cannot be invoked to prevent anyone from participating in the October 10 Presidential and General Elections.

[NEWS] Former presidential candidate Winston Tubman says the Code of Conduct cannot be invoked to prevent anyone from participating in the October 10 Presidential and General Elections.

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Abject Poverty Is Killing Our People

[NEWS] Africa’s First Black republic, Liberia, is drowned in the well of life threatening social problems in the midst of plenty natural resources that could make the lives of the people better than what it is now. With iron ore, rubber, timber, gold a…

[NEWS] Africa's First Black republic, Liberia, is drowned in the well of life threatening social problems in the midst of plenty natural resources that could make the lives of the people better than what it is now. With iron ore, rubber, timber, gold and diamond, yet, abject poverty is being facilitated by the powerful few, who find themselves at the echelon of power. When Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was elected President of Liberia in 2006, the hopes and aspirations of Liberians were high, they thought their har

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U.S. Group Wants Bread Fruit Substituted

[NEWS] The President and Founder of First Avenue International, a US based organization, Tacarra D. Birmingham has encouraged Liberians to grow more bread fruit trees to boost food security.

[NEWS] The President and Founder of First Avenue International, a US based organization, Tacarra D. Birmingham has encouraged Liberians to grow more bread fruit trees to boost food security.

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Senate Pro-Tempore Donates to Clinic Project

[NEWS] The President Pro tempore of the Liberian Senate, Armah Zolu Jallah, has donated L$55,000 for the construction of a three bed room self-help clinic in Mehnla, Nimba County.

[NEWS] The President Pro tempore of the Liberian Senate, Armah Zolu Jallah, has donated L$55,000 for the construction of a three bed room self-help clinic in Mehnla, Nimba County.

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Executive, Legislature Brainstorm

[NEWS] The Executive and Legislative branches of the Liberian government have been brainstorming at a special presidential retreat hosted by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.

[NEWS] The Executive and Legislative branches of the Liberian government have been brainstorming at a special presidential retreat hosted by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia