It is 8:00 pm in Monrovia on Monday, March 30, 2015

Min. Eugene Nagbe addresses the graduates: “We will transform BWI…”
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Surprise and shock were last Friday registered on the faces of Margretta Dorbor and her family when a jury at Criminal Court ‘C’, Temple of Justice pronounced her guilty of stealing over US$100,000 from her employee, the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI).

Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott
The Chairperson of the Constitutional Review Committee (CRC), Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott, last Saturday disclosed that the Gbarnga, Constitutional Review Conference will be considering 56,729 views.

Participants and trainers along with Dr. Saye Bawo in a group picture
  Another gloomy news report about the state of Liberia’s health care system has emerged. This time health authorities are saying that out of every 100,000 expectant mothers who go to deliver their babies in Liberia, more than 1000 of them die.
  The Co-Principal Investigator of Partnership for Research on Ebola Vaccines in Liberia (PREVAIL), Dr. Fatorma Bolay, has disclosed that Ebola vaccines have proven safe for 600 participants in phase two of the study in Liberia. He said there are plans now to shift to Phase Three with a new study of Ebola survivors.
  Twenty-five Liberian students in Egypt have appealed to the Ministry of Education and the Inter-Ministerial Scholarship Committee at the Civil Service Agency (CSA) to restore their allowances which were cut off in 2011.

Min. Eugene Nagbe addresses the graduates: “We will transform BWI…”

Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott

Participants and trainers along with Dr. Saye Bawo in a group picture

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Dr. J. Mills Jones

Governor Jones Reaffirms Economic Support to Rural Dwellers

Central Bank Governor Dr. J. Mills Jones has reaffirmed the bank’s commitment to support financial growth among Liberians, especially those residing in rural parts of the country.

Governor Jones gave the assurance recently in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County when hundreds of business people as well as motorcyclists and other residents lauded him and his staff for helping to better their lives through financial loans.

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