Mrs. Anna Mengonfia explained her ordeal after allegedly being flogged by Nimba Supt. Dagadu.

Nimba Superintendent Allegedly Kicks, Slaps Maid

A widow in her mid-50s serving as caretaker at  Nimba County Superintendent Christiana Dagadu’s compound in Sanniquellie has reportedly accused her boss of flogging her for taking off from her job of baby sitting an adopted child.

The lady, Anna Mengonfia, a mother of eight, is a Government of Liberia employee living with Supt. Dagadu. Mrs. Mengonfia’s duties as head caretaker include catering and cleaning the superintendent’s residence as well as baby sitting an adopted child.

Mr. T.Q. Harris announcing the biomass electric power program and explaining its usage and importance (left), The machine in process (middle), and Mr. T.Q. Harris ensuring that woods are in the reactor (right)

Ex-Presidential Aspirant Invents Biomass Electric Power Machine

One of Liberia’s 2005 and 2011 presidential aspirants, Mr. T.Q. Harris, has invented a biomass electric power machine to cheaply provide electricity in the country using wood and other solid waste materials.

Mr. Harris, the founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the HV WoodGas Technology unveiled the Prototype Gasifier Machine at their research center Monday, February 3rd on the Duport Road.

Mr. Ben Karmoh: ‘I will be a strong advocate for Liberia’

Ben Karmoh Represents Liberia at Int’l Climate Change Forum

The National Focal Person for Climate Change Activities at the Environment Protection Agency (EPA), Ben Karmoh, will participate in the Oxford University fourth annual Climate Forum.

The Forum is scheduled from February 7-8, at the Oxford University campus in the U.K.

The Forum is the world’s leading student-run conference bringing together top environmental figures and thinkers as well as over 300 students from Oxford University, and across The United Kingdom.

Woman, 37, Commits Suicide

Police in the crossroads town of Gbarnga in Central Liberia have confirmed the death of a 37-year-old woman, who allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday, February 4, in Wainsue, a few miles from Gbarnga.

According to police accounts, the woman identified as Gbanjan Kerkulah alias “Kpelewonnie,” stabbed herself in the stomach with her husband’s cutlass at the Public Works Garage just a stone’s throw from the town of Wainsue; dying instantly.

(L-r): NSRP Coordinator, Dr. Elwood Dunn, giving an overview of the project, while President Sirleaf Launches the Project

Gov’t Launches National Symbols Review Project

“The time is now, the die is cast,”

A shapeless identity takes form---at last!

We must be steadfast, we must be brave,

We must search inward,

Our nation to save!

C.1979 Keith Neville A. Best

Thursday, February 6, 2014, came and went without a bang---described as low-key by one of its prime movers, Dr. Elwood Dunn.


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