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‘Counterfeit Lawmakers’ - Min. Jackson

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‘Counterfeit Lawmakers’ - Min. Jackson

The Deputy Minister for Public Affairs at the Information Ministry in Monrovia may still be firm on his categorization of some members of the Legislature.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:17 )
 

Christian Task Force declares fast and prayer

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Christian Task Force declares fast and prayer

The chairperson for the National Christian Task Force, Rev. David G. Benitoe, says the Lord has spoken to him and some other members of the clergy that Liberia should observe three-day fast and prayer, beginning 29 October to 31 October to seek God’s healing for the Nation.  He said that the Task Force has visited several counties, educating citizens about the deadly Ebola virus, while calling on all Liberians to join the fast and prayer.

 

Supreme Court Recognizes Scrap Association Leadership

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Supreme Court Recognizes Scrap Association Leadership

The assigned Judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court of Montserrado County, His Honor Emery S. Paye, has ordered that the properties of the Scrap Association of Liberia be turned over to the Aylmber Johnson leadership to commence the operations of the association with immediate effect. His Honor Judge Paye made the decision following final arguments between lawyers representing the two parties recently.

 

Information boss pays courtesy call at NewDawn

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Information boss pays courtesy call at NewDawn

Liberia’s Information Minister, Lewis Brown, has paid a courtesy call on The NewDawn as part effort aimed at strengthening government’s relationship with media houses here.

 

AU solicits footballers’ help

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AU solicits footballers’ help

The African Union Commission has asked African footballers and athletes to provide financial support for Ebola affected African countries as infection cases hit over 10,000. “When we spoke with them, we want them to decide how they can support the countries that are worst hit either financially or having games that can get some financial resources to these countries,” said AUC Chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Zuma.

 
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