Help the Children for their Future has distributes food and non food items to less fortunate children in Bong County .

By: J Boimah JohnsonEmail:

As Liberians gear up for the July 26 celebration, an organization called Help the Children for their Future has donated food and non food items to less-fortunate children.

Giving the overview of the organization during the presentation, the founder and chief executive officer of the organization Mr. Samuel K. Kollie jr, said the organization dream came as a result of his daughter illness, something that led him to formulate the organization to help less fortunate children in the country.

According to Mr. Samuel K. Kollie jr, the organization was founded in December 6, 2020 as the result of the pain his daughter went through at the hospital, something he said was necessary for him to formulate the organization to help other less fortunate children and disable that he feels they are going through the sorrow his daughter is undergoing.

Speaking to our Bong County correspondent the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Help the Children for their Future recounted that the organization deem it necessary to help less fortunate and physically change for them to feel the impact of the society by thinking about them in a positively direction.

Mr. Kollie stated that his organization is aiming at helping less fortunate and physically change in Bong County and other counties in the country to better their living conditions, something that he said cannot be over emphasized at the moment.

A boy by the name of Jeremiah Kollie age 11, a resident of Gbarnga who is always seeing selling coconut to sustain him and his parents was also one of the beneficiaries, who received a carton of nutrition food in order to help him and his family as a way of giving back to the needy in the society.

Some of those items distributed include 25kg bags of rice, clothes and feet wear among other to other less fortunate children in the county as a mean of sharing with them ahead of the July 26 celebration.

Mr. Kollie who is a proud son of Lofa county also stated that through his friends in Liberia and aboard were able to intervene by providing some of the needed materials that were given to the citizens especially the children.

The CEO and founder of Help the Children for their Future told our correspondent his organization intent is to help many children that are in the street in order to make them useful in the society by providing scholarships for them to go to school to acquire quality education.

He however told reporter that his organization will lobby with other in Liberia and aboard to generate funds in order to help send some of those less fortunate children to school next academic year.

The useful son of Lofa County stated that his organization is a Christian related group that is in the gap of helping people to become more productive in society, by helping them to provide some of their needs and wants.

”Today I want to my story with you the press the reason of me giving back to children that are in need, my little daughter was sick when I rushed her to the hospital for treatment, the only result I could get was my daughter will not walk again and today she is in wheel chair, because of what I saw, that led me to found this organization to help other children and disable Mr. Kollie said”

Jeremiah Kollie one of the beneficiaries lauded Mr. Samuel .K. Kollie jr, for the kind gesture and called on him to keep his humanitarian gesture in order to keep helping less fortunate in the society.

Jeremiah Kollie said he was so surprised to have received a food items from Mr Samuel K. Kollie jr, through his organization and turned it as timely.

Health Authorities Denies Owing Health Workers at the C. H. Rennie Hospital 30 Months’ Salary Arrears

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Several governmental agencies including the Civil Service Agency (CSA), the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has disclosed that the government does not owe health workers at the C. H. Rennie Hospital as it is being speculated.

Over 40 health workers on Monday July 19, 2021 shut off the main gate to the hospital to protest against what they said was the government’s inability to pay their outstanding 30 months’ salary arrears.

Speaking to newsmen recently on the ground of C. Rannie Hospital in Kakata, the aggrieved health workers explained that over the past Five years they have been serving as volunteers at the hospital.

But responding to their concern, the government of Liberia through the Ministry of information on Tuesday July 20, 2021 clarified that those aggrieved workers at the hospital were not fully employed by the government but non-clinical volunteers who were being paid from internally generated resources at the health facilities.

“These volunteers are usually absorbed and get fully employed through the Government t of Liberia direct job replacement policy and strategy once vacancies are created in their facilities and other entities of government,”

The government of Liberia in a release said as part of its engagement with the Consortium of Public Sector Workers, through the Civil Service Agency, is currently reviewing and restructuring the volunteering policy across the health and education sectors and wants to reassure volunteers that permanent employment and subsequent placement on the government payroll will be prioritized during the upcoming recruitment from the volunteer pool.

The founder and CEO of Nasser Youth Initiative calls on citizens for collective efforts in the fight against COVID-19.

By: J. Boimah Johnson

The Chief Executive Officer of the Nasser Youth Initiative (NYI), a non for profit organization operating in the country, Mohammed A. Nasser is calling for collaborative efforts in the fight against the coronavirus in Liberia central Bong County as cases of the pandemic continue to soar.

Mr. Nasser said it is important that citizens of the county put aside their political differences and join hands together in battling the unwelcome stranger in the county.

Said Mr. Nasser, “This is time that we are to come together and fight this disease because the lives of our people matters a lot. We did it in 2014 against the Ebola pandemic; we can do the same against COVID-19. I am therefore asking all sons and daughters of this great county to join the government of Liberia through the Ministry of Health and partners in fighting this coronavirus.”

He made the passionate plead recently in a YMCA Radio 95.1MHz early morning show (Y-Morning Light from Monrovia.

Moreover, the NYI’s CEO has called on all Liberians  to continue to wash their hands, use face mask, avoid crowded places and stop shaking hand if the pandemic is to be controlled or eradicated including taking of the COVID-19 vaccines despite the prevailing circumstances.

He said taking the vaccine is helpful to everyone because the coronavirus will not be more severe than those who will not take it.

“I am calling on all Bongese and well-meaning Liberians and foreign residents alike to join us in this campaign in order to end this global pandemic. Remember that this virus is not only in Liberia but across the world,” Mr. Nasser encouraged his people.

As a way of embodying selfless leadership and proving how safe the vaccines are, Mr. Nasser has been vaccinated.

The Bong County native then informed his colleague’s young people that the vaccine is very much safe and worthy to be taken, noting that he felt relief, in a sense that he had gotten assistance to fight COVID-19.

He continued, “The vaccines benefits continue to overshadow its risks, and as such I want all my people to get vaccinated in spite of misinformation surrounding the vaccine”.

Additionally, Mohamed Nasser said it is important to continue adherence to public health preventive measures in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 even after you are fully vaccinated.

Testing, according to health expects plays a cardinal role in our efforts to contain and mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic by identifying infected individuals to help prevent further person to person transmission of COVID-19.

Since the outbreak of the third wave, Mr. Nasser and his team through his humanitarian organization have distributed several anti-coronavirus materials in the county.

Some of the materials include; nose masks, hand washing buckets, hand sanitizers among others to residents across Bong County.

The exercise which started in Salala district in lower Bong County has been glorified by residents of the county.

People Liberation Party Donates to Muslim Communities ahead of Abraham Day Celebration

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In commemoration of Abraham Day, People’s Liberation Party donates fifty 25kg bags of rice and one cow to the Muslim community in Montserrado County.

Tuesday July 20, 2021 has been declared as Abraham Day and will also be celebrated by Muslims across Liberia.

Making the donation Monday in Monrovia, the National Chairman of the People’s Liberation Party, Wilmot Paye said it is a policy of the party to recognize the invaluable contributions of the religious community.

Paye said the party has promised to always identify with the religious community in the country as a way of fostering national unity among citizens.

Receiving the items on behalf of the Muslim community, the Chairman of the National Muslim Council of Liberia, Sheikh Abdullah Mansaray thanked the party for the donation.

According to him, the donation shows that Liberians are united despite their religious, political and tribal backgrounds.

NEC Board of Commissioners declares CPP Candidate Simeon Taylor, winner of the 8 December 2020 Special Senatorial Election in Grand Cape Mount County.

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The BOC, on Monday through its Chairperson, Davidetta Browne Lansanah following the ruling, instructed the Certification Committee of NEC-Liberia, with immediate effect, to go ahead with all necessary modalities leading to the certification of Simeon Taylor as Senator Elect of Grand Cape Mount County.

But the legal team of the Complainant, Victor Watson, of the Coalition for Democratic Change, CDC, led by Cllr. Sheik Salibu Sesay has accepted the ruling and announced an appeal to the Supreme Court of Liberia.

NEC-Liberia Commissioner, Cllr. Ernestine Morgan Awar reads BOC’s ruling Cape Mount Election Case.

In the BOC ruling, read by Commissioner Cllr. Ernestine Morgan Awar, the Administrative Court said, the complainant Victor Watson filed to proof the allegations of double registration and voting, pre-marked ballots, stopping of his party agents by mobs of Simeon Taylor from entering voting centers and the forging of signatures of his party agents on the record of the count.

The BOC, through Commissioner Morgan Awar said, the Hearing Officer Atty. Fumba Swaray did not err to dismiss and deny the action of appeal of fraud and irregularity filed by Victor Watson, who witnesses failed to identify any record of the count that signatures of their party agents were forged.

On the allegations that Simeon Taylor double register and voted in Lofa Bridge and Tahn Polling places, and that relatives of Mr. Taylor listed in the Final Registration Roll, FRR were the same that were listed in the FRR in Than.

The case grew out of the action of an appeal, electoral fraud and irregularity filed by Victor Watson, Candidate of the CDC, as Complainant versus the National Elections Commission, first respondent and Simeon Taylor of the CPP as second respondent.

Head of WAEC Liberia Dale Gbotoe expresses Heart Break Days after a vessel carrying staffs of the Council sank in Liberian coastal waters,

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The unfortunate situation led to the immediate postponement of the third and ninth graders’ national exams which were expected to have been administered on Monday, July 19, 2021.

Speaking Monday in an exclusive interview with reporters, Gbotoe said it is unfair for the exams to continue.

The WAEC boss further noted that students in the south-eastern parts of the country would have missed the national exam if it were administered.

As it can be recalled during the weekend, the Liberia Maritime Authority announced that at least 15 passengers are missing and eleven rescued from a sinking boat in Liberian coastal waters.

At the same time, the WAEC boss has described as regrettable, the immediate postponement of the test for Liberia students across the country.

Gbotoe is also calling on Liberians across the country to join in prayer with WAEC Liberia Office for the remaining eight (8) persons, including other Liberians who were involved in the situation to be found alive.

Ministry of Internal Affairs relieves Two Person of Their posts.

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The two dismissed are Mr. Jimmy K. Kollie, Native Superintendent for Tribal Affairs, and Mr. William B.S. Kollie Regional Cultural Inspector for Bong, Lofa, and Nimba Counties.

According to a release from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the decision was triggered by a gross in subordination and a constant violations of the Cultural norms and Practices on their part.

Therefore, all paramount chiefs are hereby ordered, to coordinate the affairs of the Cultural and traditions of Bong in consultation with the Director of custom and Culture affairs Mr. William Jallah.

Grand Bassa County College (GBCC) Board Chair Commends lawmakers on College Elevation.

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Speaking with reporters in Buchanan, Rev Dr. Lawrence Bropleh said The lawmakers should be commended for their role played in producing a bill calling for the elevation of the college to a full flesh BSC granted institution.

According to Rev Dr. Lawrence Bropleh the elevation of the community College to a full year’s degree program will help ease some of the economic challenges for students in the county.

Dr. Bropleh mentioned tho it is the responsibility of the lawmakers to exercise such but with the mannor in which they guarantee that the bill meets the concent of their cogue is remarkable.

According to Dr. Bropleh he and lawmakers of the county have started negotiations with members of the house of senate to ensure they conquer with the lower house on the passage of the bill he spoke on his program changing minds changing attitudes on radio Gbehzohn in Buchanan city Grand Bassa County.


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Associate Justice in chambers Joseph N. Nagbe cites House Speaker Bhofal Chambers to a conference on Wednesday July 14, 2021 at 2:pm.

The Supreme Court’s decision to cite the House’s Leadership was triggered by a writ of prohibition filed in by Montserrado County district # 10 tough talking Lawmaker Yekeh Kolubah.

The writ of prohibition came days after Representative Yekeh Kolubah vowed to drag to Court the plenary of the House of Representatives if he is stop from attending special sessions.

It can be recalled that Representative Kolubah was suspended by the plenary of the House of Representatives for sixteen (16) sessions day of the lower House.

Education Ministry Releases New Examination Dates.

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The revised dates for the Liberia National Exams

The new timetable for the Liberia National Examinations for the following Candidates:

1. Monday, July 19,2021 – 3rd Grade assessment test

2. Tuesday – Wednesday, July 20 & 21, 2021 6th Grade National Examination

3. Thursday – Friday, July 22 & 23, 9th Grade National Examination

However, 12Grade Examination remains the same, September 10- 30, 2021.

For more information regarding the Examination, please contact the MoE Communication Director on the following numbers: 0886- 565-264/ 0777-212-197
or call hotline 1416

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