Internal Affairs Ministry threatens local officials who handle rape cases
The release quotes Minister Sirleaf as saying in addition to dismissal, violators will be turned over to the court for prosecution.
Minister Sirleaf hails Outgoing Irish charge' d'affaires Kate Brady
Masks on, well physically distances; the Minister of Internal Affairs Honorable Varney A. Sirleaf on Wednesday was full of words of commendation for the outgoing Charge' d'affairs Kate Brady for her enormous contributions to Liberia during her time of service in Liberia. Kate was the first head of Office of Ireland in Liberia.
Minister Sirleaf hails Outgoing Irish charge' d'affaires Kate Brady
" We extend our deepest appreciation for your support to address land issues, especially in the southeast, your support was very timely with dividend of peace". Minister Sirleaf emphasized.
Two Communities in Montserrado receive water kiosks
Acting Deputy Minister for Urban Affairs, Honorable Abubaka Bah dedicated four water kiosks in Blamo Town and Whein Town, respectively in Montserrado County.
Calm returns to Karweaken as Minister Sirleaf handle City Council stand-of
Internal Affairs Minister Honorable Varney Sirleaf on Sunday, June 28,2020 resolved a confusion between the City Mayor of Kanweaken City on one hand, and district #1 Representative Alexander Porh and residents of Karweaken on the other hand.
MIA settles boundary dispute in Rivergee; as Minister Sirleaf stresses peaceful co-existence
Minister Sirleaf is leading a delegation the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA), the Liberia Peacebuilding office(PBO) and Liberia Land Authority(LLA) According to oral historical accounts, the dispute is dated as far back as the year 1965 when disagreement over the boundary started between the towns of Geeken in Chedepo District and Gbarquiah in Potupo District respectively.
Government begins Production of 1-million Locally produced Masks
As a mark of Government's commitment to ensure Liberians wear masks, a cheque of forty million Liberian Dollars was made available on Wednesday for local production of one million masks
Ending harmful traditional practices; UN Women donates 10 motorbikes
Ending harmful traditional practices, UN Women donates 10 motorbikes
Government puts in place measures encourage more people are tested; earmarks on establishing Voluntary Specimen Collection Centers.
Engaging all sides of the population wherever they are. Minister Varney Sirleaf (left in country cloth) discusses with Montserrado District #10 Representative Hon Yekeh Kolubah(right in white) and residents.
MIA strengthens coordination at county level against Covid-19
The visit established a perfect and cordial relationship among all actors including the community. Also, there is need for community engagement for awareness and provision of needed sanitary materials like buckets.
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