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Koon Stresses Unity Among District #11 Residents

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Koon Stresses Unity Among District #11 Residents

A former Montserrado County representative aspirant is calling on residents of Montserrado electoral district #11 to unite, stressing that unity is the key to development and progress. Mr. Richard N. Koon, an Accounting lecturer at the University of Liberia spoke at the end of a three-day sports tournament organized by the Progressive Youth Social and Athletic Club last Friday in Barnerville.

 

House Conducts Session With ICRC

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House Conducts Session With ICRC

The House’s Committee on Judiciary and Gender has conducted a one-day session with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to discuss some of the treaties that have not been signed by the Government of Liberia.

 

50 Girls Benefit Chevron, WIPSEN-Africa IT Program

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50 Girls Benefit Chevron, WIPSEN-Africa IT Program

Over 50 Liberian school girls have benefited from a Chevron-sponsored Job Readiness and Placement Information Technology (IT) Program in Montserrado County.

 

Bong Undertakes Several Development Projects

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Bong Undertakes Several Development Projects

Bong County Superintendent Selena Polson-Mappay has broken grounds for the implementation of a number of projects in the county. The ground-breaking was for the construction of a sixteen thousand dollar- youth center in Bellemu, Panta District, a twenty-five thousand dollar-town hall in Gbarnga-siaquelleh, as well as a forty two thousand dollar-bridge in Kpanyea, Jorquelleh District one and a twenty five thousand dollar-town hall in Dizzeh.

 

Ethiopian Envoy Briefs Ellen

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Ethiopian Envoy Briefs Ellen

The Economic Advisor to the Ethiopian Prime Minster and ex-chairperson on the focal point at the African Peer Review Mechanism or APRM, Mr. Newaye Cebreab Biadgilligan on Wednesday conferred with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf at the Foreign Ministry in Monrovia.

 
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