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MCSS Seeks Autonomy

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The Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS), a public institution is seeking autonomy and has appealed to President Johnson-Sirleaf to grant it autonomous status.

Last Updated ( Monday, 24 December 2012 15:50 )
 

Communication Towers Pose Threat - Gov't

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Communication Towers Pose Threat - Gov't

The Liberian Government has alarmed that existing communication towers here pose threats to the country [and airspace users’] collective security. Addressing a news conference at the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications on Thursday, Minister Frederick B. Norkeh, revealed that sky-high tower without security light puts planes using “our airspace at risk.”

 

Council Wants Poro, Sande Schools Closed

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Council Wants Poro, Sande Schools Closed

The National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTCL) has stressed the need to close traditional schools during the regular academic period each year. NTCL’s Vice Chairman Boakai Zulu, said this is necessary to provide children of school-going age the opportunity to pay attention to their studies.

 

Nimba County Health Team Gets Major Boost

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Nimba County Health Team Gets Major Boost

In an effort to strengthen and expand the quality of health care services in Nimba County, a fleet of 12 AG 100 Yamaha motorcycles and two Toyota Land Cruiser Jeeps, including a state of the art ambulance has been presented to the Nimba Team.

 

Ellen Pardons 33 Prisoners

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Ellen Pardons 33 Prisoners

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has granted executive clemency to 33 detainees held at the Monrovia Central Prison as part of her Christmas gesture of sharing with the Liberian people. Under the Constitution, the President of Liberia has the power to pardon a convicted or pre-trial detainee.

 
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