A new study by the World Health Organization, carried out with Imperial College London, has forecast that, if no significant action were taken, the cumulative number of confirmed and probable Ebola cases in Liberia by November 2 would hit 10,000 follow by 6,000 in Guinea, and 5,000 in Sierra Leone, respectively.
The National Elections Commission or NEC has announced the date for the re-run of the December 24, 2014 Senatorial by-elections in the three disputed areas in District #7, Bong County.
The Government of the United States of America (USA) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has donated US$5M to the Government of Liberia to pay health workers across the country.
The Monrovia Consolidated School System or MCSS has banned worship services by churches on its school facilities around Monrovia. Superintendent Benjamin Jacobs said the restriction should not be misconstrued as being against the work of God, but it necessary because the school facilities were being misused.
Police authorities in Monrovia say seventy suspected drug users and dealers have been arrested from ghettos in several communities during a weekend raid. A statement authorized by Police Deputy Chief for Press and Public Affairs, Mr. Lewis Norman, says during the raid, the Liberia National Police or LNP seized several grams of heroin and marijuana with a street value over LD$11, 400.00.
Senator Jewel Howard Taylor of Bong County has called for the protection of women’s right in Liberia by implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Morweh Petroleum Consultancy Group, Chris Z. Neyor, has formally opened the Lakpazee Intellectual Center to serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas.
The Government of Liberia has announced that Liberia’s former Ambassador to the United States of America (USA) is this year’s Independence Day’s orator.
A Liberian broadcast journalist Attorney Mamadee S. Diakite has written House Speaker Alex J. Tyler, requesting a probe into a barrage of allegations levied against him by Montserrado County Electoral District #11 Representative, Gabriel Nyekan.
Sinoe County Senator J. Milton Teahjay has requested the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission or LACC to prosecute him for corruption allegations against him while serving as Superintendent of the county last year.