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Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly

AU to Deploys 200 Health Workers in Ebola Affeted Countries

The African Union (AU) is expected to deployed 200 health workers and other professionals,including nurses and doctors to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone to help combat the deadly Ebola virus in the sub-region.

Africa Union’s Special Representative to Liberia, Amb. Toyin Solaja,said the deployment is a part of a joint AU-led military and civilian humanitarian mission code named African Union Support to Ebola Outbreak in West Africa (ASEOWA).


Alfalit donated several items to the Johnsonville residents

Alfalit, LGM Ebola Staff Storm Johnsonville Community

Phase 2 of Alfalit-Liberia and Liberia/Ghana Missions Ebola virus outreach drive support kicked off last week, leading staff and officials of the entities to storm the Johnsonville community with sensitization and awareness messages.

In an emotional encounter with the weary Ebola news residents and officials last Thursday, the group donated 300 bags of safe drinking water and awareness T-shirts as initial assistance.


Information Minister addressing newsmen at MICAT regular press briefing on Capitol Hill in Monrovia

West Point Shooting Investigation Report Now Before the President

The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Lewis G. Brown,  has disclosed that the Board of Inquiry set up to investigate the death of little Shaki Kamara has finally submitted the report to the President through the Minister of National Defense, Brownie Samukai.

Speaking at the Ministry’s weekly press briefing yesterday on Capitol Hill in Monrovia, Minister Brown said the report contained appropriate recommendations and facts relating to the death of Shaki Kamara during the West Point’s riot with state security.

State Witness in Mercenary Case Payment Claims, Who Is Telling the Truth?

After implicating two senior prosecutors in a deal to pay him to testify in the just-ended mercenary case, one of the accused prosecutors admitted that government is supporting Thomas Gladour, who testified in the mercenary case.

But, Cllr. Daku Mulbah, County Attorney of Montserrado County quickly pointed out that their support was not part of any deal between the witness and the prosecutors.


The Late Gyasi Dickson

Gyasi Dickson Dies, Executive Secretary, Grievance and Ethics Committee, Temple of Justice

The death is announced of Mr. Gyasi Dickson, Executive Secretary of the Grievance and Ethics Committee at the Temple of Justice, which sad event occurred on September 5, 2014, following a protracted illness.  He was 63.

He was born in Ghana on June 24, 1952 to the union of Mr. Samuel Kojo Dixon and his wife Florence He obtained his elementary and secondary education in Ghana. 

Gyasi later migrated to Liberian and became naturalized.  He commenced his professional career as Clerk of Court under Judge James N.T. Kandakai of the Relieving Court in Gbarnga, Bong County. 

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