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2017-11-23 Remembering a Historic Day - the First Woman Is Elected to Lead an African Country
[This is Africa] Today we remember a historic day when Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became the first woman in African to be elected president, voted to lead her country Liberia in 2006.

2017-11-23 Cabinet Halts Sale of Government Vehicles
[New Dawn] The Cabinet has received updates on priority development projects across the country, while mandating with immediate effect, an end to further sale of government-owned scraped vehicles across various Ministries, Agencies and Commissions.

2017-11-23 Police IG Warns Public Against Hate Speech
[Observer] Police Inspector General Gregory Coleman has warned Liberians who are constantly involved in broadcasting hate speech over electronic media, especially on social network sites, to immediately desist, or face the consequence.

2017-11-23 'Clear Stupidity'
[NEWS] President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has termed as 'clear stupidity' rumors that she has a hospital in South Africa.

2017-11-23 'Henry Costa Lied'
[NEWS] A claim by Henry Costa that his vehicle was attacked by fire arm has been disproved by forensic investigators of the Liberia National Police (LNP) and United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL).

2017-11-23 Israel Akinsanya Resigns From Opposition Liberty Party
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Mr. Israel Akinsanya, a staunch member of the opposition Liberty Party (LP), has tendered in his resignation from that party.

2017-11-23 2.1 Million Voters Unrealistic - Ex-NEC Official Claims
[New Democrat] An ex-official of the National Elections Commission (NEC) who recently called for the resignation of the chairman for 'incompetence' has declared that the 2.1 million of the country's population registered by the commission does not represent the actual voters of the country.

2017-11-23 CDC Confronts Critics of U.S.
[New Dawn] Main opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) says those criticizing the American Government for calling for the holding of presidential run-off while alleged electoral frauds and irregularities are being investigated are "hypocritical critics."

2017-11-23 Ellen - 'I'll Retire Gracefully, Remain Active in Society'
[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says cannot wait to see the end of the current electoral impasse and to see the runoff held so she may retire. In a conversation with LBS director general Ledgerhood Rennie on the Bumper Show yesterday, President Sirleaf said she hope to retire honorably and be active in private life in the interest of Liberia and Africa.

2017-11-23 All Is Well That Ends Well
[Observer] "O, then, give pity to her, whose state is such that cannot choose but lend and give where she is sure to lose; that seeks not to find that her search implies, but riddle-like lives sweetly where she dies!

2017-11-23 59 Procurement Officers Undergo CIPS Level-4 Training
[Observer] The Country Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Liberia Dr. Pa Lamin Beyai says the training of mass procurement staff in Liberia is critical to the Country's development.

2017-11-23 'Let Peace Reign'
[NEWS] Liberia's Cultural Ambassador Juli Endee has expressed the need for peace to reign across the country.

2017-11-23 'A Real Patriot in the Diaspora'
[NEWS] The Liberian Ambassador to Nigeria, Professor Al-Hassan Conteh has described the late Professor Yvonne Kandakai-Olukemi as a real Liberian patriot in the Diaspora.

2017-11-23 Ministry of Commerce to Hold Small, Medium Enterprise Conference in Monrovia
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -In spite of the ongoing political stalemate, which is having its tolled on the Liberian economy, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) is set to host its annual Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) conference which showcases entrepreneurs.

2017-11-23 House Passes Another Loan Deal for Gbarnga-Salayea Road
[Observer] In its first post-election session, members of the House of Representatives have ratified a financing agreement in the amount of five million Kuwaiti Dinars (K.D. 5,000,000), equivalent to US$16,516,002.40 to assist Liberia fund the Gbarnga-Salayea Road Project. The loan agreement was signed between the Liberian Government and the Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development.

2017-11-23 Iredd Commends NEC for Urgency in Hearing Election Disputes
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD) has stated that it welcomes the urgency with which the National Elections Commission (NEC) has accorded the election dispute hearing processes. IREDD called on NEC to exercise impartiality, professionalism and urgency to bring the matter to a close.

2017-11-23 All Set to Turn Over to Next Administration for Continuation of Liberia's Progress
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Amid the continuous political wrangling that followed the October 10, 2017 elections, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said her government has made significant progress and is ready to turn over to a new administration to continue with the gains made under her twelve-year leadership that will come to an end in January, 2018.

2017-11-23 Judge Willie Urges Trial Judges to Abide By Ethics of Profession
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -There have been reports linking judges in Liberia to corruption, something the President of Trial Judges said is due to failure of Liberian judges to uphold the ethics of the profession.

2017-11-23 U.S.$50 Million Japanese Funded Somalia Drive Road Project Under Threat
[New Democrat] The US$50 million Japanese funded Gardnesville Somalia Drive Road currently under construction is under threat due to 'legal harassment' from a local company (KNZ Corporation).

2017-11-23 Orange, Cemenco, NPA, to Sponsor Business Conference
[New Dawn] Three top corporate entities including GSM company Orange Liberia, cement company CEMENCO and state - owned National Port Authority (NPA) are among numerous institutions expected to sponsor an annual business conference organized by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

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