You are here: Home News

News

Heavy flood sweeps Goghen Town in Bomi

E-mail Print PDF
TRANSLATE TRANSLATE
Heavy flood sweeps Goghen Town in Bomi

Goghen, a densely populated town about 10 kilometers from Tubmanburg, Bomi County was buried under water over the weekend as a result of heavy flooding, leaving hundreds of residents, including family members scavenging for refuge in churches, town halls and other public buildings.

 

Crusaders for Peace donates LD$50K to victim’s family

E-mail Print PDF
TRANSLATE TRANSLATE
Crusaders for Peace donates LD$50K to victim’s family

The Crusaders for Peace, a local entertainment group headed by Liberia’s Cultural Ambassador Julie Endi, has donated 50,000 Liberians dollars to the Titus family for one of the victims from the West Point shooting incident, which occurred on August 20, 2014.

 

FDA detests bush meat hunting

E-mail Print PDF
TRANSLATE TRANSLATE
FDA detests bush meat hunting

The Forestry Development Authority or FDA had frowned at those still involved in hunting animals in the country. The Government of Liberia has imposed a ban on the sale or eating of primate commonly referred to here as bush meat.

 

Stop risking others! LMC warns Ebola patients

E-mail Print PDF
TRANSLATE TRANSLATE
Stop risking others! LMC warns Ebola patients

The Officer-In-Charge at the Liberia Media Center or LMC Lamin Kporgii, is urging Liberians to stop putting their fellow citizens and others at risk with the Ebola virus. He said infected or suspected Ebola patients risk the lives of others if they do not report to health authorities and go ahead in riding aboard public vehicles.

 

Methodist Church joins awareness campaign

E-mail Print PDF
TRANSLATE TRANSLATE
Methodist Church joins awareness campaign

The United Methodist Church of the Liberia Annual Conference in collaboration with the United Methodist Communications based in America is involved in massive sensitization campaigns across Liberia on the Ebola Virus Disease.

 
Page 7 of 1588
ADVERTISEMENT

THOUGHTS, POLITICS & PEOPLE

Thoughts, Politics & People

“The Legislature Is Independent”

Read More

THE ORIGINAL LETTER TO GOD

The Orignal Letter To God

Lord, that’s what happens when taken for granted

Read More

BUSINESS & FINANCE

Business & Finance

Business Development Strategies

Read More

Opinions & Features

Original Letter To God: Lord, that’s what happens when you take things for granted
Exclusive Interview: Pres. Johnson-Sirleaf Faces New Dawn
Feature Article: Economic Theory, Public Policy & Allocation of Scarce Resources: Case for MTC
Feature Article: Illicit Financial Flows from Africa: A Wake up call for Major Stakeholders
Feature Article: An Elder’s Commentary on Joint Council of Chiefs and Elders Meeting in Zwedru

Who's Online

We have 650 guests online