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Churches beg Supreme Court - As Cllr. Howard ends suspension

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Churches beg Supreme Court - As Cllr. Howard ends suspension

The Liberia Council of Churches headed by the Episcopal Bishop Rev. Dr. Jonathan B.B Hart and other men of God is seriously appealing to the Supreme Court of Liberia to lift the ban on the Minister of Justice, Christiana Tah.

 

USAID-EHELD team tours 7 counties

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USAID-EHELD team tours 7 counties

A team of professionals working with the USAID-Excellence for Higher Education for Liberian Development (EHELD) project has embarked on a visitation and engagement tour of seven counties here, in preparation of the 2014-2015 Summer Start program.

 

U.S. supports feeder road rehabilitation

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U.S. supports feeder road rehabilitation

U.S. Ambassador Madam Deborah Malac has launched the construction of a ‘feeder road’ connecting Bahn-Payee-Zuoplay in Nimba County, terming the groundbreaking ceremony the beginning of an important commitment by the U.S. Government to support farm-to-market road rehabilitation in Liberia.

 

Ex-Sierra Leonean Envoy calls for unity among women

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Ex-Sierra Leonean Envoy calls for unity among women

Former Sierra Leonean Ambassador to Liberia Madam Marie Jilo Barnet, says with unity among the women they can do better in every aspect of their activities, noting “Today I see many women are now contesting for political offices, it is good because if you don’t put yourself in the position to stand on your own as leader for your various houses, men will not do it all the time.”

 

Stop bribery, sex for grades – Asst. Cuttington Provost

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Stop bribery, sex for grades – Asst. Cuttington Provost

Teachers and students have been condemned for allegedly exchanging sex for grades and bribery in Liberian schools. The Public Relations Director and Assistant Provost of Cuttington University, Prince Valentine Simpson.

 
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