-Health Ministry alarms
The National Laboratory Coordinator for the Incident Management System at the Ministry of Health in Monrovia has alarmed that Liberians could suffer widespread skin cancer after eradicating the Ebola Virus Disease.
-Health Ministry alarms
The National Transport Authority (NTA) has extended its public transport bus service to Lofa County, northern Liberia.
Speaking Monday on Hot FM in Monrovia, the Corporate Communication Officer for NTA, Robert Wilson, said the fleet of buses were donated by the Republic of India to the Government of Liberia to ease the public transport difficulty in Liberia.
The Cocopa Agriculture Workers Union is calling on the Supreme Court of Liberia to hand down ruling into the case involving the Cocopa Rubber Plantation, Liberia Company and the Government of Liberia to ease the plight of the suffering workers.
Health authorities in Liberia are reporting that over the last 21 days, the average confirmed Ebola case in the country “is one,” as health workers boast of chasing and hunting Ebola.
The head of the Incident Management System, under Liberia’s Health Ministry, Mr. Tolbert Nyensuah made the disclosure on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at the commencement of a two-day cabinet retreat in Julijuah, Bomi County.
In an effort to buttress parents’ effort in getting their children back to school in February amid financial difficulty, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has recruited 3,000 students across Montserrado County for its annual vacation job program.
The program, which should have kicked off last year, was suspended due to the deadly Ebola outbreak and subsequent closure of schools.
The Mount Zion Outreach Ministries Incorporated over the weekend closed its 21 days fast and prayer with donating food and money to a blind group under the banner “Hope in God association of the Blind” along the Barnesville road in Gardnersville.
The group received 12 bags of rice, four cartoons of copybooks, several cartoons of soap, cartoon of salt, household materials and LD$37,800 cash, among others.
Despite his earlier denial about the September 20, 2014 shooting incident in West Point Township during the peak of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, which led to the death of a 15-year-old lad, Shakie Kamara, the Minister of National Defense, Brownie Samukai, has finally apologized to family of the deceased and residents of the township.
The Chaplain General of the Liberian Senate, Rev. Michael Z. Holder, has warned that leadership in the senate shouldn't be childish.
Authorities of the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment, or LBDI, are expected to appear before criminal Court “C” at Temple of Justice today, Wednesday, in pursuit of a criminal case the bank field against one of its employees, defendant Margretta Dorbor, for allegedly stealing thousands of US and Liberian dollars.
Prosecutors have resisted a “quack lawyer”, who they claimed was ‘masquerading’ as a lawyer for a defendant at Criminal Court “D,” Temple of Justice in Monrovia.