Deputy Public Works Minister Demands Quality Rural Roads–Inspects Several Infrastructure, Agric Projects In Southeastern Liberia


Deputy Public Works Minister for Rural Development and Community Services Jackson N. Paye
Deputy Public Works Minister for Rural Development and Community Services Jackson N. Paye

Deputy Public Works Minister for Rural Development and Community Services Jackson N. Paye has insisted that quality rural road network remains a major priority of the infrastructure Ministry and cautioned road contractors to produce nothing but the best.

“The benefits of the better rural roads and bridges to the local population are enormous, and those who build them must do so with high standards for these roads to last longer,” Minister Paye noted recently during an inspectional tour of the Agriculture Sector Rehabilitation Project (ASRP) in southeastern Liberia

Inspecting the projects in Grand Gedeh, River Gee, Grand Kru and Maryland last week, Paye he was fairly satisfied with most of the Continue reading “Deputy Public Works Minister Demands Quality Rural Roads–Inspects Several Infrastructure, Agric Projects In Southeastern Liberia”

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PUL Mourns Death Of Journalist Herbert Johnson


The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has announced with great sadness the death of Journalist Herbert Johnson.

The Liberian journalist died on Monday, May 18, 2015 at the John F. Kennedy Medical Hospital in Monrovia, as a result of a liver disease, family members said. Continue reading “PUL Mourns Death Of Journalist Herbert Johnson”

Ellen Inspects Progress On Independence Day Projects – Woos Collective Efforts


The Bailey Bridge constructed over the Darbawulor that connects Greenville to Barclayville constructed by the Ministry of Public Works
The Bailey Bridge constructed over the Darbawulor that connects Greenville to Barclayville constructed by the Ministry of Public Works

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is urging citizens of Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties, co-hosts of the 168th Independence Anniversary, to get a little more involved in giving the two capital cities – Greenville and Barclayville – a facelift.

The Liberian leader admonished citizens to clean their yards, cut the high bush growing all around the two cities, and paint their houses. “They all need to join in to do their little part to make the two cities look good,” she pleaded.

According to an Executive Mansion release, President Sirleaf made the call at the end of her visit to Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties to access the level of progress and preparation for the celebration of this year’s Independence Anniversary scheduled to be co-hosted by the two counties. Continue reading “Ellen Inspects Progress On Independence Day Projects – Woos Collective Efforts”

Ellen Visit To Cote d’Ivoire Strengthens Ties


Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Ivorian counterpart Ivoirian President Alassane Ouattara spoke on border security and stronger bilateral ties
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Ivorian counterpart Ivoirian President Alassane Ouattara spoke on border security and stronger bilateral ties

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Ivorian counterpart Ivoirian President Alassane Ouattara Monday (Apr 26) expressed the desire to organize another meeting of the Joint Council of Chiefs and Elders of border communities of both countries in Guiglo, in July next year.

The meeting is aimed at continuing the dialogue and consultations launched by the two countries in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County two years ago.

In October 2013, several hundred traditional chiefs and elders from bordering communities in Grand Gedeh, Nimba, Maryland and River Gee counties of Liberia, as well as those from Guiglo, Danané, Tabou and Tai of Ivory Coast held a four-day meeting in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County  to improve relationships between and  amongst inter-regional and trans-border groups, Continue reading “Ellen Visit To Cote d’Ivoire Strengthens Ties”

World Bank Gives US$650m To Ebola Recovery — Urges ‘Tireless’ Support To Ebola-Affected Nations


By Ballah M. Kollie, LINA

The World Bank Group (WBG) has announced US$650 million as additional support to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone for the next 12 to 18 months to help them recover from the impact of the Ebola crisis.

The new funding will be used to strengthen priority areas in health systems and frontline care, agriculture, education, cash transfers and other social protection programs, which include lifesaving infrastructure such as electricity, water, sanitation and roads. Continue reading “World Bank Gives US$650m To Ebola Recovery — Urges ‘Tireless’ Support To Ebola-Affected Nations”

WB Reports Continued Progress In Liberia; Says Uneven Picture In Sierra Leone In Ebola Aftermath


WASHINGTON, April 15, 2015—The return to work continues in Liberia, led by gains for wage workers and the rural self-employed, while the picture remains mixed in Sierra Leone, where urban youth and the non-farm self-employed continue to lag behind. This is according to the latest round of high-frequency mobile-phone surveys conducted in both countries by the World Bank Group and partners, in order to assess how Ebola is impacting people’s livelihoods. Continue reading “WB Reports Continued Progress In Liberia; Says Uneven Picture In Sierra Leone In Ebola Aftermath”

Bomb Shell: Michael Allison Died From Drowning, Not a Liberia Citizen, Carried Fake Identities…Says Govt


The Liberian Government has concluded investigation into the mysterious death of the late whistle-blower Cllr. Micheal Allison, revealing that there was no foul play in his death. Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh told a press conference in Monrovia Wednesday that Allison died of drowning, and released a startling revelation that the deceased was not a Liberian Citizen, but an American who led a dubious” life.  Continue reading “Bomb Shell: Michael Allison Died From Drowning, Not a Liberia Citizen, Carried Fake Identities…Says Govt”