Entries by Fredrick Gaye

COC Row Rolls: Ellen’s Misstep? -Qualification Crisis Greets Ombudsman

By: Lewis K. Glay  /  0886469835/lglay.inprofile@gmail.com.     “Massquoi was issuing UP batches and other campaign materials to people when he was Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization during campaign time for the 2011 elections.” President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, presumably wanting a close on the argument on the controversial ‘Code of Conduct’ now being […]

ECC Wants Code Of Conduct Section 5.2 Amended

By Mafanta Kromah The Election Coordinating Committee (ECC) is calling on the National Legislature to amend Section 5.2 of the Code of Conduct and also called for a national conference to look at the modality in the implementation of the Code of Conduct particularly around Section 5.2. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday March 5, […]

COC Row Rolls: Ellen’s Misstep? -Qualification Crisis Greets Ombudsman

By Lewis K. Glay/ 0886469835/lglay.inprofile@gmail.com.   “Massquoi was issuing UP batches and other campaign materials to people when he was Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization during campaign time for the 2011 elections.” President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, presumably wanting a close on the argument on the controversial ‘Code of Conduct’ now being made by […]

YONER-Liberia Ends One-Day GIST TechConnect Event

By Mafanta Kromah The Youth Network for Reform (YONER-Liberia), in partnership with US Embassy on Tuesday March 4, 2017 ended a one-day GIST TectConnect event in improving and promoting entrepreneurship, innovation, science and technology for youth empowerment and socioeconomic development in the country.   Speaking on the topic, “building and supporting your start-up community”, Christina D. […]

Chinese Envoy Puts Liberians On Taiwan Alert -As Elections Approach

By: Fredrick P. W. Gaye, Monrovia, China-Africa Press Center (CAPC) Fellow 2016 DCM LI Zhuang with Liberian journalists at the forum in Monrovia Friday (photo/Chinese Embassy)   Liberia’s 2017 presidential and general elections, expected to take place in October, are widely viewed as critical to the country’s success or failure. While the elections serve as […]

LADA Offers US$85K Grant To Two Agriculture Institutions

The Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA) on Tuesday provided a grant of US$85,000 to the Joan Agriculture Center and Bravo Sister Enterprise. LADA is an international non-governmental organization that is working with smallholder farmers through private sector investment in the agriculture sector in the Country in order to increase their income and to boost the […]

New Promotion Film of China’s Guangzhou Unveiled

On the morning of March 28, 2017, a five-minute promo video of Guangzhou was premiered at the opening ceremony of 2017 Guangzhou Annual Investment Conference. Guangzhou is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China. The video, titled “Guangzhou, Flower City in Bloom”, showcases an artistic, international and high-tech Guangzhou with […]

New Promotion Film of China’s Guangzhou Unveiled

On the morning of March 28, 2017, a five-minute promo video of Guangzhou was premiered at the opening ceremony of 2017 Guangzhou Annual Investment Conference. Guangzhou is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China. The video, titled “Guangzhou, Flower City in Bloom”, showcases an artistic, international and high-tech Guangzhou with […]