Love International Wins Catakaw Academic Competition

[Observer] Love International School recently won the Miller B. Catakaw District #9 Montserrado County’s Annual Quiz Competition. The school defeated titleholder Joseph Jenkins Roberts (JJR) School 65 points to 45 to settle for second place.

[Observer] Love International School recently won the Miller B. Catakaw District #9 Montserrado County's Annual Quiz Competition. The school defeated titleholder Joseph Jenkins Roberts (JJR) School 65 points to 45 to settle for second place.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Miss Liberia Takes Voter Registration Awareness Nationwide

[Observer] Wokie Dolo, Miss Liberia 2017, has embarked on a massive voter registration (VR) awareness campaign to encourage eligible Liberians to turn out and register to participate in the elections in October.

[Observer] Wokie Dolo, Miss Liberia 2017, has embarked on a massive voter registration (VR) awareness campaign to encourage eligible Liberians to turn out and register to participate in the elections in October.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

EU Clarifies Funding Role in Liberia’s Election

[Observer] The European Union (EU) delegation near Monrovia has dispelled comments in the Daily Observer’s February 8 editorial that most of the funding for the 2017 presidential and legislative elections rests on government.

[Observer] The European Union (EU) delegation near Monrovia has dispelled comments in the Daily Observer's February 8 editorial that most of the funding for the 2017 presidential and legislative elections rests on government.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

MFDP Audit Admits Kiazolu’s Role in U.S.$82,000 Disbursement

[Observer] The Ministry of Finance & Development’s Internal Audit Agency’s (IAA) investigation into the alleged financial management malpractices that has caused the dismissal of two employees has refuted Minister Boima Kamara’s claim that the two men misinformed the Comptroller and Accountant General, Hanson Kiazolu, that he gave his approval for the opening of the account in the disbursement of US$81,265.

[Observer] The Ministry of Finance & Development's Internal Audit Agency's (IAA) investigation into the alleged financial management malpractices that has caused the dismissal of two employees has refuted Minister Boima Kamara's claim that the two men misinformed the Comptroller and Accountant General, Hanson Kiazolu, that he gave his approval for the opening of the account in the disbursement of US$81,265.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia Demands U.S.$1 Million From Two Illegal Fishing Boats

[Observer] Liberian authorities say they have impounded two foreign fishing vessels and are seeking US$1million in compensation, the Ministry of National Defense has confirmed.

[Observer] Liberian authorities say they have impounded two foreign fishing vessels and are seeking US$1million in compensation, the Ministry of National Defense has confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Paynesville, Lagos Sign MOU

[Observer] The city of Paynesville has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Lagos State Government to facilitate the completion of 100 Resilient Cities projects aimed at assisting cities to address 21st century challenges, according to a…

[Observer] The city of Paynesville has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Lagos State Government to facilitate the completion of 100 Resilient Cities projects aimed at assisting cities to address 21st century challenges, according to a press release.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister 1 Appeals to Matron of Hospitals to Put Nursing Profession in High Esteem

[Sierra Leone Government] Freetown -Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister 1, Madam Madina Rahman has reiterated her commitment to give the Nursing profession in Sierra Leone its past glory.

[Sierra Leone Government] Freetown -Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister 1, Madam Madina Rahman has reiterated her commitment to give the Nursing profession in Sierra Leone its past glory.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone Observes International Epilepsy Day ‘70,000 Affected in Sierra Leone’ – Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister 1, Madina Rahman

[Sierra Leone Government] Freetown -Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister, Madam Madina Rahman has said that Epilepsy is a serious neurological disorder that affects the brain and causes sudden changes in how the brain works. It presents itself in the …

[Sierra Leone Government] Freetown -Deputy Health and Sanitation Minister, Madam Madina Rahman has said that Epilepsy is a serious neurological disorder that affects the brain and causes sudden changes in how the brain works. It presents itself in the form of seizures, and not related to demons or witchcraft.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Tackling Deforestation in Liberia – a Quest for Greener Future

[FrontPageAfrica] Liberia’s forest is under serious threat. There are massive legal and illegal logging activities everywhere in the forest. Chainsawing is at its highest level. Protected forest areas are being invaded on the quest for mineral resource…

[FrontPageAfrica] Liberia's forest is under serious threat. There are massive legal and illegal logging activities everywhere in the forest. Chainsawing is at its highest level. Protected forest areas are being invaded on the quest for mineral resources, firewood, and human settlement.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Can CDC Do Things Differently? Primary Woes Loom Ahead of 2017 Elections

[FrontPageAfrica] The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has, too often, touted itself as the next government-in-waiting and its lecture about transparency and accountability is commonplace but a potential crisis, over an uncertainty about primaries…

[FrontPageAfrica] The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has, too often, touted itself as the next government-in-waiting and its lecture about transparency and accountability is commonplace but a potential crisis, over an uncertainty about primaries, is gradually looming.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia