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The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has clarified that no Mandingo Bitters were amongst the over 900 cartoons of alcoholic beverages that were seized from the Management of E-Roberts Distilleries Incorporated.
Acclaimed Liberian humanitarian Dr. Kimmie Weeks says that statements made by the Mayor of Monrovia, Mr. Jefferson Koijee in a live interview with Truth FM’s Breakfast show on Friday, October 18, 2019 are “baseless and unfortunate.”
Sixty-eight(68) young professionals on Friday, October 18, 2019 graduated from the Blue Crest University College after four years of intensive studies. The graduates, in a happy mood, danced and celebrated their exit from the university College, especially setting a record as the first batch of graduates from the school.
The Mayor of the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC), Mr. Jefferson T. Koijee, has broken silence on the long-standing debate regarding the establishment of a War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia and at the same time warned officials of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led-Government to stop shifting blame on the past administration for the economic difficult today.
The Liberia National Police(LNP), through its spokesman, Mr. H. Moses Carter, has providing what has been described as a cruel and conflicting account of the police’s action against students in a violent protest on Tuesday, October 15, 2019.
The Public Procurement and Concession Commission (PPCC) on Thursday, October 17, 2019 held a one-day bid tendering forum for private sector businesses.
Presidential Press Secretary: Violent Conduct Prevents President Weah From Meeting Protesting MCSS StudentsFriday, 18 October 2019 20:51 Written by Catherine B. Nyenkan
Amid diverse public reactions as to why President George Weah did not disembark his vehicle on Tuesday to talk to protesting students from the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) who had gathered at the entrance of his Foreign Affairs office, Presidential Press Secretary Isaac Solo Kelgbeh has said it was unsafe for the President to engage with the students because they were violent and not civilized.
Partners in Development (PADEV), a non-governmental organization and one of the many stakeholders in the forestry sector that is geared towards educating local dwellers on the use and proper management of their forest resources, has ended a one-day orientation forum.