Activist Woods Wants West Point School Elevated

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MONROVIA, May 9 (LINA) - Former Public Works Minister Samuel Woods is proposing the elevation of the Nathaniel Varney Massaquoi Elementary and Junior High School in West Point Township to senior high level.

FTI Executive Director Appeals For Assistance

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TUBMANBURG, May 10 (LINA) - The Executive Director of the Forestry Training Institute (FTI) in Bomi County, Jeremiah Karmo, is appealing to government and the international community to provide financial assistance for the renovation of the institution’s staff quarters.

Foreign Minister Vows To End Ebola Stigma

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MONROVIA, May 8 (LINA) – Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan has vowed ensure that the stigmatization of Liberians as Ebola carriers is stopped after Saturday’s certification of Liberia by WHO as an Ebola-free nation.

Pres Sirleaf Calls For Double Vigilance In Post-Ebola Era

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MONROVIA, May 9 (LINA) – Despite the declaration of Liberia by the World Health Organization as an Ebola-free nation, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is urging Liberians to double their vigilance against the disease.

UNMIL Official Commends West Pointers For Cooperation

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MONROVIA, May 9 (LINA) -An official of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) has commended residents of the Township of West Point for their support to the team that renovated the Nathaniel Varney Massaquoi Elementary and Junior High School.

Liberia Poised to Celebrate the End of Ebola

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If all goes well, Liberia is expected to be declared Ebola free by the World Health Organization (WHO), and emotions, particularly in the capital, Monrovia, are beginning to  run high as the West African nation, devastated by  the deadly disease,    prepares to erupt into celebrations.