President Sirleaf converses with a female employee during her tour; female employees package nails at Garson Manufacturing

Pres. Sirleaf Extols Manufacturers Creating Jobs for Liberians

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has praised two manufacturing companies that have begun production in the country, for creating jobs for hundreds of Liberians in the private sector and thereby “proudly helping to uplift Liberia’s economy.”

Minister Ngafuan proffers toast to African solidarity during Africa Day celebration in Monrovia

Ngafuan Urges African Gov’ts to Prioritize Youth, Women Employment

Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan has expressed concern over political and economic problems and terrorist activities in some parts of Africa.

Minister Ngafuan registered his concerns over the weekend at celebrations marking the 54th anniversary of the African Union (AU) held under the auspices of the Liaison Office in Liberia.
He recalled the recent xenophobic attacks on fellow Africans by South Africans under the guise that the foreigners were taking over their jobs.

President Sirleaf and PRC’s Special Envoy Zhou Yuxiao

China is ready to undertake and conclude all outstanding projects

A Chinese Special Envoy has announced that China is ready to undertake and conclude all outstanding projects in Liberia. The projects include the Ministerial complex, the Monrovia Vocational Training Center, the renovation of the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex and expansion work on the Capitol Building - the seat of the Liberian Legislature.

China also commits itself to new programs and projects during the post-Ebola recovery period consistent with the FOCAC Agenda.

Ambassador Solaja delivers his African Day speech

AU Takes Rebuilding Approach in Liberia’s Post-Ebola Period

The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission to Liberia, Ambassador Oluwatoyin Solaja, has disclosed that as Ebola is over, the African Union Liaison Office in Liberia (AULOL) is now concentrating on post-conflict reconstruction and development.


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