Ellen vexed over blocking of waterway

MONROVIA - In the wake of the erosion which has affected the rear fence of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has instructed the Ministry of Public Works to lead a team charged with the responsibility to clear all man-made structures obstructing the drainages and flow of natural water.

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Doe Community residents alarm deplorable road condition but...

MONROVIA - Residents of the Samuel Kanyan  Doe Community have again, alarmed over the continual deplorable road condition  in the area.

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Death Trap: How LEC is endangering citizens' lives

MONROVIA - Residents of Monrovia and its environs have expressed concern over open hole left by the Liberia Electricity Corporation holes in the city and its environs without any safety measure for citizens, most of whom commute the city streets on a daily basis in a bid to get livelihood.

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Finance, Planning finally become one

MONROVIA - The merger of the Ministries of Finance (MoF) and Planning and Economic Affair (MPEA) has finally being formalized.

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Cellcom sends 10 winners to World Cup in Brazil

MONROVIA - Ten lucky winners of Cellcom's trip to Brazil on Friday, June 20, 2014 received tickets and vouchers for their trip to experience the World Cup live in Brazil.   

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