Tulay-Solanke was presented the award at a ceremony recently held on November 10 in Orvieto, Italy before the assembly of more than 60 international participants attending the Harvard Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery course, sponsored by Harvard Medical School.
The University of Liberia has called on benefactors who have committed to funding scholarships and financial aid at the institution to fulfill their obligations.
In 2016, after raids conducted by the Liberia National Police at street corners and in ghettos across Monrovia rounded up numerous substance abusers, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became concerned about the plight of these individuals.
A bus station being constructed for the National Transit Authority in Kakata continues to be abandoned. The contractor has not resumed work following a halt due to the Ebola outbreak.
Barely one week after a proposal calling for a reduction in the salaries and benefits of public officials was presented to the Liberian Senate, some senators have strongly rejected the proposal.
As President Ellen Johnson Sirleafâ€™s administration comes to a close, River Cess may end up not having benefitted from any infrastructure development, as all government-funded projects remain either unfinished or abandoned.
In August, the National Oil Company of Liberia fired its entire staff of 200 people in a move aimed at reducing costs and saving the company from financial ruin due to declining oil prices. While it’s unusual to sack an entire staff, am I shocked? Perhaps, as it’s always shocking when a massive across-the-board firing takes place, but it’s long overdue.
The Liberian National Police (LNP) has announced that a foreign pathologist is expected to carry out an autopsy on the remains of Cllr. Micheal N. Allison, former National Oil Company of Liberia consultant and Managing Director of the BRICS Mano River Union Legal Consultants.