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Internal Affairs Rejects Zanzan Karwor’s Decision

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Internal Affairs Rejects Zanzan Karwor’s Decision

The Ministry of Internal Affairs has announced the rejection of a newly appointed Chief Zoe of Liberia.  The Chief Zoe, Jesse Taylue was appointed by Chief Zanzan Karwor, the head of the National Traditional Chiefs Council of Liberia.

 

Crisis Hits Health Ministry

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Crisis Hits Health Ministry

Serous tension is said to be brewing at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare with social workers expressing disappointment in President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf for giving deaf ears to their (social workers) plea for salary increment and benefits.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 July 2013 00:57 )
 

Disability Group Appeals to Legislators

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Disability Group Appeals to Legislators

A civil society organization, calling itself Citizens United to Promote peace and Democracy in Liberia (CUPPADL), has urged members of the 53rd Liberian Legislature for allotment in the national budget for every organization in the country.

 

President Sirleaf Receives ADB Annual Report

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President Sirleaf Receives ADB Annual Report

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has received the annual report of 2012 compiled by the African Development Bank’s (AfDB).

Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 July 2013 00:40 )
 

PYJ God Beats Rep. Koung, Others

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PYJ God Beats Rep. Koung, Others

Nimba County Senior Senator Prince Y. Johnson may be sipping his champagne, while on the other side laughing at his kinsmen who claimed to have kicked him out of a party he founded few years ago- or better still many of those he helped brought to political prominence.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 July 2013 00:48 )
 
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