‘We’re Moving Ahead Aggressively’

[Observer] Dewitt vonBallmoos, National Social Security and Welfare Cooperation (NASSCORP) Director-General, over the weekend assured government and partners that the corporation is aggressively pushing ahead in its quest to being ‘an achievement-orien…

[Observer] Dewitt vonBallmoos, National Social Security and Welfare Cooperation (NASSCORP) Director-General, over the weekend assured government and partners that the corporation is aggressively pushing ahead in its quest to being 'an achievement-oriented institution.'

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Sen. Kaipay Seeks Update On Maritime, GSA

[Observer] The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Autonomous Commissions and Agencies is requesting the Liberian Senate to invite the Commissioner of Liberia Maritime Authority (LMA) to provide that body with vital information about his entity.

[Observer] The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Autonomous Commissions and Agencies is requesting the Liberian Senate to invite the Commissioner of Liberia Maritime Authority (LMA) to provide that body with vital information about his entity.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

AFL Soldiers Assault Six in Bong

[Observer] Six civilians, including a pregnant woman, of Wainsue Town in Jorquelleh District, Bong County sustained multiple injuries when they were allegedly assaulted by some members of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) assigned at the Camp Tubman Mi…

[Observer] Six civilians, including a pregnant woman, of Wainsue Town in Jorquelleh District, Bong County sustained multiple injuries when they were allegedly assaulted by some members of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) assigned at the Camp Tubman Military Barracks in Gbarnga.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

2017 Children’s Day – NICO to Excite Children

[Vanguard] The National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO) on Monday said it would use the forthcoming International Children’s Day slated for May 27, 2017 to educate children on the gains of embracing their cultures and speaking their indigenou…

[Vanguard] The National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO) on Monday said it would use the forthcoming International Children's Day slated for May 27, 2017 to educate children on the gains of embracing their cultures and speaking their indigenous languages.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Unimaid Blasts – Why Attack On Campus Increases

[Daily Trust] Boko Haram insurgents’ suicide attacks have in recent times increased on the campus of University of Maiduguri, the Borno State capital where the extremists have since 2009 been unleashing mayhem in the region.

[Daily Trust] Boko Haram insurgents' suicide attacks have in recent times increased on the campus of University of Maiduguri, the Borno State capital where the extremists have since 2009 been unleashing mayhem in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ice Cream ‘War’ Resurfaces

[Observer] Mrs. Eyvonne Bright Harding, chief executive officer (CEO) of Sharks Enterprise, an ice cream producer, has written a letter to the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Axel Addy, drawing his attention to the ongoing controversy over who shoul…

[Observer] Mrs. Eyvonne Bright Harding, chief executive officer (CEO) of Sharks Enterprise, an ice cream producer, has written a letter to the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Axel Addy, drawing his attention to the ongoing controversy over who should manufacture and retail ice cream in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

History Is a Tool for Sustaining Culture, Unity and Patriotism

[Observer] The May 18 edition of the Daily Observer paid tributes to three of Liberian History writers whose names now lie in history. They are Nigerian-born Dr. Igolima Amacree, Guinean-born Dr. Alpha Bah and American-born Dr. Svend Holsoe. The emphas…

[Observer] The May 18 edition of the Daily Observer paid tributes to three of Liberian History writers whose names now lie in history. They are Nigerian-born Dr. Igolima Amacree, Guinean-born Dr. Alpha Bah and American-born Dr. Svend Holsoe. The emphasis placed on these men's works is not meant to glorify them as the best writers among all, but to stress the significance of their work to the Liberian society.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LPDP Leader Denies Plan to Leave CDC

[Observer] The political leader of the Liberia People Democratic Party (LPDP), Rep. J. Alex Tyler, has described as ‘gossip and distraction’ speculations that he was defecting from the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).

[Observer] The political leader of the Liberia People Democratic Party (LPDP), Rep. J. Alex Tyler, has described as 'gossip and distraction' speculations that he was defecting from the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Supreme Court Dismisses Sheriff’s Application Against Makarfi Over PDP Crises

[Vanguard] The Supreme Court, Monday, dismissed the application filed by the factional National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Senator Modu Sheriff, against his rival, Senator Ahmed Makarfi wherein he prayed the court to stop the Suprem…

[Vanguard] The Supreme Court, Monday, dismissed the application filed by the factional National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Senator Modu Sheriff, against his rival, Senator Ahmed Makarfi wherein he prayed the court to stop the Supreme Court from hearing the appeal earlier filed by Senator Makarfi on March 16, challenging the February 27 ruling of the Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt, which declared him, Sheriff, as the legitimate National Chairman of the party. .

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria