Liberian national team coach James Debbah produced a 1-0 home victory over Tunisia in an African Cup of Nations qualifier at the rain soaked Antoinette Tubman Stadium on Saturday, August 5th.
The Minister of Education, George Werner, visited Dolokelen Gboveh High School for a consultative meeting with Bong county education officials and stakeholders on Tuesday afternoon. The meeting largely resolved issues with the county’s educational leadership.
A group of civil society organizations and leaders of Nimba has released to The Bush Chicken a petition they sent to the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate allegations of corruption involving Nimba’s County Development Fund.
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On Thursday approximately 30 graduates of the various Rural Teacher Training Institutes entered the compound of the Ministry of Education to protest. They said the ministry had not fulfilled its obligation to place them in teaching positions since graduating from the institutes.
A prominent resident of Ganta, Zawolo Gorgboyee, has accused Nimba’s Assistant Superintendent for Development of using a program held on August 24 to gain political favor ahead of the 2017 elections.
With the start of the 2015 – 2016 school year approaching, The Bush Chicken asked a cross-section of primary, secondary and university students what they did for the school break.
The Accountability Lab, a nongovernmental organization has launched a campaign to recognize outstanding civil servants.