It is 4:10 pm in Monrovia on Wednesday, July 23, 2014


Ambassador Malac delivers statement and some of the items donated to the Muslim community

‘US Government Is Committed to Working with All’

United States Ambassador, Deborah Malac has acknowledged that her Government and people are committed to all Liberians, regardless of tribe, economic status or religion.

 Making the statement Tuesday, July 22, in two separate mosques when she visited the Muslims during prayer, Ambassador Malac said the Government and people of the United States are aware of the difficult time Liberians are going through, but it takes time for people to work together to build the kind of Liberia, Liberians want to see.

Dr. Sambo and SRSG Landgren promised to use their organizations’ resources to help in the Ebola fight

‘We Remain Committed’

The Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Madam Karin Landgren, has pledged the commitment of UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) to fight the Ebola epidemic, as it has done in restoring peace to the people of Liberia.

Madam Landgren said it is the hope of UNMIL and the entire UN family in the country that the deadly epidemic is booted out of the country and the sub-region.

President Sirleaf cautions Liberians to join the fight against the deadly Ebola outbreak and stop doubting the disease

Sirleaf Mandates AFL, LNP to Enforce Anti-Ebola Compliance

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said that members of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) and officers of the Liberia National Police are on standby to ensure that safety and preventive rules emanating  from the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in fighting the Ebola virus are adhered to by the Liberian public.

The fight against Ebola should be seen as a national endeavor, and as such, officers of the AFL and LNP are to contribute their quotas by making sure that citizens obey the Health Ministry’s mandates.

Mr. Dahn (2nd from L in gown) was the only senior civilian among selected group of 106 international students from around the world that completed the 32nd Defense and Strategic Courses

Assistant Defense Minister Returns with Master’s Degree

The Assistant Minister for Public Affairs at the Ministry of National Defense (MOD), David Kadeker Dahn, has returned to Liberia with a Master’s degree he recently obtained from the National Defense University in Beijing, the People’s Republic of China.

Mr. Dahn, who was the only senior civilian staff selected by MOD authorities, was among a diverse group of 106 international students who came from 52 countries that enrolled at the 32nd Defense and Strategic Courses. He graduated recently upon the completion of his prescribed courses.

Protestors demanding their arrears from LMA

Beach Cleaners Storm Finance Ministry for Pay

Hundreds of beach cleaners who said they were hired by the Liberia Maritime Authority (LMA) to clean Monrovia’s beaches gathered in front of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) Tuesday, July 22, violently demanding their salary arrears.

The protesters also threatened to take hostage LMA Commissioner, Binyan Kesselly, if they did not get their pay from the MFDP before the July 26 Independence Day celebration.


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