CNFA, Partners Break Ground for Rice Mill in Lofa

[Observer] Princetta C. Varmah of MOA/IFAD ; Wim van Campen, CNFA/LADA (middle) with beneficiary John Selma (extreme right) breaking ground for the construction of a building that will facility rice milling in Voinjama.

[Observer] Princetta C. Varmah of MOA/IFAD ; Wim van Campen, CNFA/LADA (middle) with beneficiary John Selma (extreme right) breaking ground for the construction of a building that will facility rice milling in Voinjama.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mnangagwa Can Transform Economy – UK Think Tank

[The Herald] British business intelligence firm, Alaco Limited, has released a report giving President Mnangagwa a seal of approval and that he can turnaround the economy in a few months and create gains that can help the ruling Zanu-PF party win the e…

[The Herald] British business intelligence firm, Alaco Limited, has released a report giving President Mnangagwa a seal of approval and that he can turnaround the economy in a few months and create gains that can help the ruling Zanu-PF party win the elections. Zimbabwe is expected to hold general election by July this year. In its intelligence report last Friday entitled: "Key players in Zimbabwe speak of economic hopes," the firm said it interviewed key economic players including industrialists and farmers who concur

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Senate Confirms Tweh, Findley and Mcgill

[Observer] The Senate yesterday voted to confirm the first group of President George Weah’s cabinet, less than 24 hours after that body received their nominations, and subsequent confirmation hearings.

[Observer] The Senate yesterday voted to confirm the first group of President George Weah's cabinet, less than 24 hours after that body received their nominations, and subsequent confirmation hearings.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Business Owners Welcome Weah’s Promise Against Marginalization

[Observer] Several members of the Liberian business community have welcomed the promise by President George Weah that his government will not permit Liberian-owned businesses to be marginalized.

[Observer] Several members of the Liberian business community have welcomed the promise by President George Weah that his government will not permit Liberian-owned businesses to be marginalized.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Suspended Cllr. Gibson’s Lawyers – ‘Our Client Was Broke’

[Observer] Lawyers representing Justice Minister designate Charles Gibson in a Petition to restore his status as Counselor at-law have told Justices of the Supreme Court that their client had until recently been unable to restitute Anwar A. Saoud’s US$…

[Observer] Lawyers representing Justice Minister designate Charles Gibson in a Petition to restore his status as Counselor at-law have told Justices of the Supreme Court that their client had until recently been unable to restitute Anwar A. Saoud's US$25,400 because he was broke, not having earned income since his suspension by the Court about one-year ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Man Murders Partner By Setting Her Ablaze

[Observer] A 36 year-old man identified as Cyrus K. Paye, reportedly set his partner, Etta Paye, on fire leading to her death in the Mount Barclay community, outside Monrovia, police reports revealed.

[Observer] A 36 year-old man identified as Cyrus K. Paye, reportedly set his partner, Etta Paye, on fire leading to her death in the Mount Barclay community, outside Monrovia, police reports revealed.

Judge Becomes Defendant in U.S.$30K Truck ‘Disappearance’ Case

[Observer] The decision by Magistrate Tweh Wesseh of the Gardnersville Magisterial Court to charge both Robert Lambin and Layee Kromah with theft over the disappearance of a white DAF truck, valued at US$30,000, from the Temple of Justice has caused th…

[Observer] The decision by Magistrate Tweh Wesseh of the Gardnersville Magisterial Court to charge both Robert Lambin and Layee Kromah with theft over the disappearance of a white DAF truck, valued at US$30,000, from the Temple of Justice has caused their lawyers to file a lawsuit against Magistrate Wesseh.

The Rigged Election That Is Talked About Mutedly

[Observer] We cannot legitimize with our presence the imposition of a puppet government which is an attendant ramification of the political farce orchestrated by right-wing elements who are fixated on continuing the massive plundering of the people’s resources. The façade is detestable to the extent that one’s presence could be an endorsement of the chicanery.

[Observer] We cannot legitimize with our presence the imposition of a puppet government which is an attendant ramification of the political farce orchestrated by right-wing elements who are fixated on continuing the massive plundering of the people's resources. The façade is detestable to the extent that one's presence could be an endorsement of the chicanery.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia