Peter Quaqua, President of WAJA (Pic: Gambia Affairs)
The President of the West African Journalists Association (WAJA) has disclosed plans and programs he intends to pursue in the next three years to address the issues of media development and freedom of expression in West Africa.
In an interview with the Gambia Affairs, an online publication in The Gambia Affairs, Mr. Peter Quaqua said protection and empowerment of journalists, improvement in their welfare, and a strong solidarity among journalists unions in the region will top priorities of his tenure. Continue reading “Peter Quaqua Discloses Plans For WAJA”
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”