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Thursday, 09-03-15, 14:46Woods Against Benefits for NOCAL Ex-Officials[Inquirer] Former Public Works Minister, Attorney Samuel Kofi Woods, has reacted to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf"s recent comments that she takes responsibility for the situation at the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL). read more...
Thursday, 09-03-15, 10:34UN Lifts Taylor-Era Travel Ban, Sanctions[FrontPageAfrica] "With the adoption of resolution 2237 (2015) on 2 September 2015, the Security Council terminated the travel and financial measures set forth in paragraph 4 of resolution 1521 (2003) and paragraph 1 of resolution 1532 (2004) and the 1521 Sanctions list was, thereby, dissolved," the council declared. read more...
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 15:41Public Work Grimed Over 'Limited' Budget[New Republic] The Minister of Public Works Gyude Moore has disclosed that US$27 million passed for the 2015/2016 fiscal year budget is limited for ongoing operations at the Ministry. read more...
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 11:30Former Minister Calls for Sirleaf to Quit[FrontPageAfrica] Former Public Works Minister Samuel K. Woods in response to the call by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for him to take full responsibility of events at the Ministry of Public Works has called on the president and other officials of government to act in similar manner as he did by quitting from government. Woods resigned from government and said he remains opened to all forms of public scrutiny as he is willing to prove his innocence in any wrongdoing and is now requesting President Sirleaf and other offic read more...
Tuesday, 09-01-15, 16:45From 5 to 10 Years - Judge Changes Gear Over Guilty Verdict[Heritage] The PresidingJudge of the Criminal Court "C", Peter W. Gbenewelleh, on Monday, August 31 changed gear over the guilty verdict in the US$6M case involving the former Managing Director of the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), Mr. Moses Wogbeh, and four other former government officials. read more...
Tuesday, 09-01-15, 16:42Liberia's Former Minister Woods, President in War of Words[FrontPageAfrica] President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and her one time trusted or loyal lieutenant, former Public Works Minister Samuel K. Woods are trading words over who should take responsibility for what might have gone wrong at two state institutions. President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf f described Woods as her 'loyal lieutenant' when he served as Minister of Public Works but following his resignation from government, Woods has been a strong critic of the Sirleaf led regime, very critical of major decisions. read more...
Tuesday, 09-01-15, 12:53Tipoteh On Plans for Presidency[New Republic] Presidential hopeful Togba-Nah Tipoteh has begun revealing his platform for the country if he was given the opportunity by Liberians to get to the helm of leadership in 2018 in the impending 2017 elections. read more...
Monday, 08-31-15, 16:43NEC Reminds Political Parties[Inquirer] As preparation begins for the conduct of the 2017 Presidential and Legislature Elections in the country, the National Elections Commission (NEC) has reminded all registered political parties of their obligation to abide by the requirements of Article 83(d) of the Constitution of Liberia. In a public service announcement issued over the weekend under the signature of NEC's Director of Communication, Joey T. Kennedy, the Commission reminded the political parties of Article 83(d) of the Constitution and Chapt read more...
Monday, 08-31-15, 16:43Strengthening the Local Industry[Inquirer] While visiting The INQUIRER Newspaper on Friday, the head of the institution, veteran Liberian Journalist, Philip N. Wesseh, made a passionate plea to Liberia's foremost international movie star, Gregory Artus Frank to help strengthen the Liberian Movie Industry otherwise known as Lollyhood. read more...
Monday, 08-31-15, 10:21MRU Researchers, Scientists Pledge to Eradicate Ebola Virus[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The fight to kick out infectious diseases from the sub-region most especially Ebola which has ravaged Liberia, Sierra and Guinea, continues unabated. And more than ever before Researchers and scientists from the MRU quartet (Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast) agreed to collaborate through technology and knowledge sharing in clinical research studies to eradicate the EVD which has left over 10,000 people dead in the region with Liberia suffering the worst after over four thousand died from the d read more...

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