It is 5:12 pm in Monrovia on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Credible information gathered by the Daily Observer reveals that the Liberian Senate has resolved to “reject” all presidential nominees based on “political differences with President Johnson Sirleaf.”

A Chinese medical officer explains to President Sirleaf the design of the 100-bed ETU shaped in the form of an E on the map
The first and only Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) constructed so far by the People’s Republic of China has been dedicated in Monrovia, with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf describing the facility as what “looks like first class” treatment for the people of Liberia.

Rejected Minister of Health-Designate George T. Werner
The Liberian Senate through recommendations from the Committee on Gender, Health, Social Welfare, Women & Children Affairs, yesterday unanimously voted in executive session to reject Minister of Health-designate George Kronnisanyon Werner.
The  National Oil Company of Liberia’s (NOCAL) action to allegedly  prevent several  local  companies from participating in the 2014 “Liberia Basin Bid Round” for offshore blocks LB-6, LB-7, LB-16 and LB-17 has landed the company in serious trouble with the Supreme Court of Liberia.

André Luiz Azevedo dos Santos, Ambassador of Brazil in Liberia
The Brazilian Embassy in Monrovia has announced that its government has donated US$7,142,546 in response to the Ebola epidemic, which has deeply affected Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
The Business Desk of the Daily Observer has credibly learned that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will veto the National Budget Law for fiscal year 2014/15 approved last week by the National Legislature.

A Chinese medical officer explains to President Sirleaf the design of the 100-bed ETU shaped in the form of an E on the map

Rejected Minister of Health-Designate George T. Werner

André Luiz Azevedo dos Santos, Ambassador of Brazil in Liberia

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

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(L-r) LBDI Board Member Mr. Dewitt vonBallmoos certificates CEO John B. S. Davies, III as Board Chair Amara Konneh gleams with joy

LBDI Nets US$220M in Assets

The Liberian Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) has celebrated its 49th Anniversary in Monrovia paying tributes to several staff, both senior and middle levels, for their dedication and long-term services to the Bank. Nine staff including the Bank’s president and chief executive officer (CEO), Mr. John B. S. Davies, III, was awarded honors for 15 years of service for the Bank.

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(L-r) LBDI Board Member Mr. Dewitt vonBallmoos certificates CEO John B. S. Davies, III as Board Chair Amara Konneh gleams with joy

The Liberian Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) has celebrated its 49th Anniversary in Monrovia paying tributes to several staff, both senior and middle levels, for their dedicat

Sports


‘Miracle Man’ James Salinsa Debbah a great star now becoming a coach for Lone Star

As the Ebola Virus Disease continues to decline in the country and the normal activities get underway, it makes sense for the Liberia Football Association to put in place important measures to rebu

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Baba Shabu: “We need symbols of strength and courage, to move us out of the Ebola era.”

The Ebola outbreak in Liberia no doubt brought the country to its knees, and the news of the situation at one point seemed to have near-apocalyptic implications.  The last thing on the mind of anyo

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