Entries by Fredrick Gaye

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Guangzhou promotes Fortune Global Forum in Tokyo

Guangzhou, China’s most integral business center and gateway to the outside world, is enabling a new level of collaboration and innovation between Chinese and Japanese enterprises by following through on a series of progressive business and economic initiatives set forth by the humming southern capital of Guangdong Province. In 2016, import-exports between Guangzhou and Japan […]

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Victory for Change Party Eyes Merger

Cllr. Emmanuel A. Tulay, Nat’l Chairman Victory for Change Party’s (VCP) National Chairman, Cllr. Emmanuel A. Tulay, has disclosed plans by the party to merge with other political parties ahead of the 2017 elections. Cllr. Tulay said, during the party’s convention held on April 22, 2017, in Gbarnga, Bong County, the party’s National Executive Committee […]

USAID-LAVI/NRM Coalition Launches Info Gathering Report

By Mafanta Kromah   The National Resource Management (NRM) coalition supported by the United State Agency International Development (USAID)-Liberia Accountability Voice Initiative (LAVI) on Wednesday launched it’s Information Gathering (IG) Report. Launched at the iCampus on Carey Street in Monrovia, with the theme ‘Building a Vibrant NRM and Concession Coalition’, the report is geared toward increasing public […]

U.S.-Based Liberians Donate US$4K To MTM Academy

Scene of presentation with MTMA students (beneficiaries) Tuesday Some Liberians residing in the United States, under the banner, Liberian Association of Greater Houston (LAGH), have donated US$4,000.00 to the management team of the More Than Me Academy (MTMA) on Ashmun Street, Monrovia . Madam Effua McGowan, a MTMA representative, on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, presented the […]

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Dual Citizenship: Factor In 2017 Elections?

“Dual citizenship, is it a factor in 2017 elections?  The settlers who came centuries ago and settled here came from Americas and today Liberia’s national leadership is primarily decided in the United States. When people want power they run to the United States to seek favor. People have Green Cards and are living in the […]

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Police Raid “Zogos” In Ganta, Nimba County

By Gborontaye Gboron in Nimba County   Police in Ganta City, Nimba County have arrested several persons said to be drugs (narcotics) users. Some of the drugs users carry out criminal activities, thus giving them the name “zogos” in a Liberian parlance. Police told this paper that the alleged drugs smokers were arrested in an area called “Congo” believed […]

Female Aspirants Commend NAYMOTE

By Mafanta Kromah Participants of the just ended week-long women leadership and political participation training in Gbarnga, Bong County have commended the National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections (NAYMOTE) for the skills and knowledge acquired. Speaking with this paper over the weekend at DEN-L compound in Gbarnga where the training was held, the President elect in Class B and […]

No Arrest for Quincy “B” Again! -As Manager Cleared

By Yassah  J. Wright Traffic Court Judge Jomah Jallah has dropped charges against the Manager of the Late Quincy “B”. Judge Jallah has also ordered the writ of arrest of Quincy “B” dismissed. In his ruling on Monday, Judge Jomah said his decision was based on the Sheriff’s report to the court. “The sheriff return noted that the living body, for which the writ prayed for […]

Boy, 17, Commits ‘Suicide’ in Nimba

By: Gborontaye Gboron in Nimba County   A 17-year-old boy identified as Nyanquoi has reportedly shot himself dead with a single barrel gun in Lao-Teayee Town in Nimba County. The incident occurred on April 11, 2017. “We were sitting in the palava hut in the Town an heard a gun sound; and we rushed in the house. On our arrival, we saw Nyanquoi […]