As a nation, Liberians cannot write, and I believe this prevents us from reaching our fullest potential both in our own country and in foreign nations. That is why I got the concept of hosting a writing workshop to celebrate the launch of my blog, The Colloqua Dialogues.
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Nimba’s district eight representative, Larry P. Younquoi, has refuted the recent reports by media houses in Monrovia that lawmakers boycotted the five-day Constitution Review Committee retreat in Ganta.
A total of thirteen households from nine homes within the affected Cow Field community in Paynesville are currently being quarantined in the newest Ebola outbreak, although the quarantine is not being strictly enforced.
If you are like us, you probably read the news, a lot. And lately, you know that Liberia has dominated the news with reports on its battle against Ebola. But do you know these 25 little nuggets of truth about the country?
Following the killing of a commercial motorcycle rider, tension has built up between motorcyclists and officers of the Liberia National Police on Duport Road. The motorcyclists allege that their colleague was killed by a policeman.
The Liberia National Police, LNP recently charged and sent to court for prosecution the publisher of the Women Voices Newspaper, Helen Nah, and her accomplice Joshua Osadagbonyi, an information technology technician at the United Bank of Africa, on charges of theft of property, aiding consummation of crime, criminal facilitation, money laundering and forgery.