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About 25 dismissed mine workers of ArcelorMittal are calling on the government to intervene, claiming their dismissals were illegal and infringed on their civil liberties of freedom of expression. The dismissed workers told the Daily Observer that the management of ArcelorMittal terminated their employment status due to a go-slow action they took in July this year against some bad labor...
UK government providing an additional US$6.5M towards same project The Government of Liberia (GoL) and the German Development Bank, represented by KfW on Tuesday, December 11, signed a US$14 million financing instrument under the Liberia Reconstruction Trust Fund (LRTF) arrangement as part of funding for the pavement of the Ganta/Zwedru road corridor. Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel Tweah signed on...
The reopening of the 2016 Global Witness case that linked several former and present government officials, including former House Speaker J. Alex Tyler and Grand Cape Mount County Senator Varney G. Sherman, to an alleged US$900,000 bribery scandal may, more likely than not, pose serious challenges to Liberia's Justice Minister and Attorney General, Cllr. Frank Musa Dean. The Supreme Court...
President George Weah has cautioned Liberia’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Court of Saint James, Madam Gurly Teta Gibson, to be effective and responsible in executing her duties, an Executive Mansion has said in a release. According to the release, President Weah says he looks forward to seeing Amb. Gibson justify the confidence reposed in her with diligence and...
-Vows to make illegal wildlife trade risky The Forestry Development Authority (FDA) has for the second time destroyed a large quantity of confiscated bush meat demonstrating yet another measure to deter the wanton killing and trading of endangered animals, and vowed to make illegal wildlife trade ‘risky’ for those engaged in the unlawful act, FDA said in a release. FDA says...
The government has donated US$500,000 to the Administration of Nimba County Community College (NCCC) to construct dormitory and staff quarters to enhance academic activities. The vice president of administration, Edwin Kruah, recently informed this newspaper that government allotted the amount in the 2018/2019 national budget exclusively for the construction of faculty housing and student dormitory on NCCC's campus. Kruah said the...
-Says Evangelist David De Vos Evangelist David De Vos, founder of the “Go And Tell” Ministries, based in the Netherlands, has said that God is about to intervene in the affairs of the nation and bring about total deliverance of his people. De Vos, who commenced his week-long crusade on Wednesday, December 12 at the Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex in...
Residents in the City  of Gbarnga, Bong County in Central Liberia are now living in hardship due to soaring exchange rate of the Liberian dollars to the United States dollars that has led to increment of prices of goods and services on the market. Up to press time last night, US$1 was exchanged for L$160. A Daily Observer newspaper survey established...
A 42-year-old man, Konah Jallah, appeared in Haindii from Mawua Town, with wounds on his body and physically weak, as he struggled to walk with the help of a stick to reach his final destination. He knew that at least his plight could now be heard as he had reached his home and would be able to explain his...
TJAL Enterprises on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, launched a new agro-inputs business to promote agricultural activities that would make the country food secured within the next four years. TJAL Enterprises is an agro-dealers and fumigation services company that was established 30 years ago in Sierra Leone, and later expanded to Guinea, and has now come to Liberia to sells agro-inputs,...

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