New Republic Special Awards 2016
Associate Justice Ja'neh and former Chief Justice, Madam Scott
A representative from FIND, receives his award as Civil Society of the year 2015
A representtaive from SDI receives his award as Environmental organisaiton of the year
GT bank representaive receives the award
GVL head of Communication receives his award from NEC official
Dr. Mills Jones, CBL governor representtaive receives the award for Dr. Jones
Cllr. Taiwan Gongloe, lawyer of the year receives his award from Associate Justice, Kabeneh Ja'neh
Mr. Charles Zuku, winner of the Civil servant award
An official from Social Security Corrrporaiton receives the award from former Chief Justice, Cllr. Gloria M. Scott
On August 12, 2015 will mark the celebration of International Youth Day at which time over 100,000 young people around the world including Liberia, will be taking action to show that they as the largest generation of young people in history, have the power to hold their governments to account over the promises made in 2015.
(LINA) –The Supreme Court of Liberia has mandated the National Election Commission (NEC) to do an election re-run in three polling places in District #7, Lower Bong County within 60 days.
On July 16, 2015 in Suakoko, Bong County, the USAID Food and Enterprise Development Program (USAID FED) in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) distributed 30 power tillers worth USD $189,000 to Liberian youth entrepreneurs under a cost share arrangement.
Bong County embattled Superintendent Selena Polson Mappy has launched a stinging attack on local journalists in central Liberia for reporting ills in her administration.