The administration of the state-run University of Liberia has notified over 10,000 undergraduate students of their poor performance.
A poem by Kpana Gaygay.
Liberia’s Solicitor General, Betty Larmie Blamo, has announced that the state of Georgia in the U.S. has banned Melvin Johnson from practicing law in the State. Blamo made the announcement on Tuesday, at a press briefing of the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs, and Tourism.
The General Service Agency will begin publishing the names of individuals who misuse government vehicles assigned to them. Mary Broh, the head of the agency, discussed this initiative at Thursday’s Information Ministry daily press briefing in Monrovia. Broh warned that the misuse and abuse of vehicles and other mobile equipment had increased to “an unacceptable level” at a significant cost to taxpayers.
After six months of closure due to the Ebola outbreak, the University of Liberia has partially reopened its doors. However, many businesses that depend on the students’ patronage are disappointed at the low level of sales.
A poem depicting grief and hurt.
Lewis Brown, Liberia’s information minister, has urged Liberians to make history in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus. Brown spoke today at the daily press briefing at the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism.
Six months after the closure of schools, the Liberian government has finally announced the reopening of schools. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf made the pronouncement at a news conference in Monrovia. In July of 2014 when the deadly Ebola virus was at its highest rate of infection, President Sirleaf instituted a State of Emergency thus bringing to an abrupt end educational and other social activities in the Country.