The US$11 Million commercial complex constructed by the National Social Security and Welfare Corporation at the ELWA Junction in Paynesville
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has officially dedicated a commercial complex owned by the National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP), terming it as a classic example of the process of transforming Liberia.
She said completion of the multipurpose building has further demonstrated that Liberians still have a sense of what they want their country to be in the future and will help government achieve it. “By the dedication of the building,” the Liberian leader said, “it would now fast track the completion of the civil service and pension reforms that will enable government to fulfill its obligations to NASSCORP in order that they expand their activities to other parts of country.”Continue reading “Process of Transforming: Ellen Dedicates NASSCORP Modern Commercial Complex”
There is no way one individual or a group of persons can exclusively claim the glory for bringing free speech and press freedom in Liberia, former Public Works Minister Samuel Kofi Woods declare Monday (May 24) in Monrovia, while challenging the country’s media to amplify the voices and works of the nation’s ‘invisible heroes’.
“We’ve fought all our lives to create the condition for so many media institutions to flourish in Liberia,” Woods stated when he visited and toured facilities of Nubian FM 96.7. “It will not be reversed by anyone because we earned it in the blood, sweat and tears of Liberians.”
An international researcher has called for harvest of rainwater and increased hygiene practices in Liberia. Madam Joelle Gordon from the Canada based Thunderbird School of Global Management said though Liberia is blessed with the most consistent rain in the World, its people were increasingly sick and dying of contaminated rainwater and other waterborne diseases. Continue reading “Contaminated Rainwater Killing Liberians Says Canadian Scholar”