Ellen Submits 10 Bills to the Senate

[Observer] The Liberian Senate at its second day Special Session sitting yesterday received from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf nine bills already before that body for ratification; and 10 new bills pending submission to the Legislature.

[Observer] The Liberian Senate at its second day Special Session sitting yesterday received from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf nine bills already before that body for ratification; and 10 new bills pending submission to the Legislature.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Robbing Peter to Pay Paul?

[FrontPageAfrica] LIBERIANS ARE YET TO DIGEST THE NEWS of tax increment as an austerity measure to salvage the ailing economy. Swallowing this bitter pill, to many Liberians, is very annoying in the face of the extravagance this government continues to…

[FrontPageAfrica] LIBERIANS ARE YET TO DIGEST THE NEWS of tax increment as an austerity measure to salvage the ailing economy. Swallowing this bitter pill, to many Liberians, is very annoying in the face of the extravagance this government continues to exhibit.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rep. Eugene Fallah Kparkar of Lofa County Dies in India

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Members of the Legislature have responded to the death news of one of their colleagues, Representative Eugene Fallah Kparkar (Liberty Party, District #1, Lofa County).

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Members of the Legislature have responded to the death news of one of their colleagues, Representative Eugene Fallah Kparkar (Liberty Party, District #1, Lofa County).

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bluffajo Cosmetics – a Brand Born in Exile Comes Home

[Observer] After 27 years building a successful cosmetics brand in the United States, Liberian-born entrepreneur Maisie Dunbar, founder and CEO of the BluffaJo Cosmetics line, has set her sights on her home country to launch her award winning products.

[Observer] After 27 years building a successful cosmetics brand in the United States, Liberian-born entrepreneur Maisie Dunbar, founder and CEO of the BluffaJo Cosmetics line, has set her sights on her home country to launch her award winning products.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

County, Social Development Funds Fail to Benefit Locals

[Observer] Mr. James Yarsieh, executive director of Rice and Rights, has said that both the County and the Social Development Funds were not making any impact on the lives of ordinary citizens, especially in those communities where companies are extrac…

[Observer] Mr. James Yarsieh, executive director of Rice and Rights, has said that both the County and the Social Development Funds were not making any impact on the lives of ordinary citizens, especially in those communities where companies are extracting natural resources. He claims that the locals were being denied of their just benefits.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

500 Liberian Entrepreneurs Targeted for 2016 Msme Confab

[Observer] The Minister of Commerce and Industry (MOCI), Axel M. Addy, has said over 500 Liberian entrepreneurs, including cross-section of concessions executives, local and international partners will participate in this year’s Micro Small and Medium-…

[Observer] The Minister of Commerce and Industry (MOCI), Axel M. Addy, has said over 500 Liberian entrepreneurs, including cross-section of concessions executives, local and international partners will participate in this year's Micro Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSME) scheduled for Tuesday, November 15, in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nimba United’s Deanneh for Senior National Team Debut

[Observer] Nimba United goalie Emmanuel Deanneh is among local players invited by James Debbah to train ahead of Lone Star’s friendly engagement with the Harambee Stars of Kenya on Nov. 15 in Nairobi. The team leaves today for Kenya.

[Observer] Nimba United goalie Emmanuel Deanneh is among local players invited by James Debbah to train ahead of Lone Star's friendly engagement with the Harambee Stars of Kenya on Nov. 15 in Nairobi. The team leaves today for Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kisumu County Govt Set to Give Free Education to Children With Special Needs

[Nation] The Kisumu County Assembly on Wednesday unanimously passed a bill that will enable the local government to provide free education for disabled children at Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres in the region.

[Nation] The Kisumu County Assembly on Wednesday unanimously passed a bill that will enable the local government to provide free education for disabled children at Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya