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  • UNMIL Radio News at 1 PM (16 January 2018)

    UNMIL radio news at 1 PM on Tuesday 16 January 2018

  • UNMIL Radio News at 11 AM (16 January 2018)

    UNMIL radio news at 11 AM on Tuesday 16 January 2018

  • Creek Town (16 January 2018)
    Creek Town is a thirty minute drama program that highlights major real time activities, interactions and happenings among Liberians while unveiling societal ills and challenges the people face. It also provides practical solutions to such ills and recommendations to handle the challenges.
    The Tuesday January 16, 2018 edition of the program is focus on the following:
    • Handling mob violence
    • Procedures to follow in case of rape
    • Land dispute
     
  • Nation Wide Report (16 January 2018)
    Nationwide is a program that captures news from the counties of Liberia. This week’s edition features stories from Grand Bassa, River Cess, Grand Gedeh, Margibi; Maryland and Lofa counties.
    Below is a gist of the major stories:
    • Grand Bassa County Community College dismisses 20 staffs
    • Twelve graders at the Cestos High School abandon classes in search for money to pay WASSCE fees 
    • Grand Gedeh County buys land equipment to open feeder roads in the county
     
     
  • UNMIL Radio News at 8 AM (16 January 2018)

    UNMIL radio news at 08 AM on Tuesday 16 January 2018

  • Coffee Break - Tuesday 16 January 2018

    Coffee Break on Monday January 16, 2018 spoke to the following persons:
    Jalawah Tonpo - Director of Communications / Liberian Senate elects it pro-tem along with committees’ heads;
    Winston Bedell - Communications Officer /Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) talks about the United States Agency for International Development and the Liberia Electricity Corporation signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation to provide electricity to Suakoko District, Bong County;
    Lorma Baysah - Executive Director / Rural Human Rights Activists Programme partners with the Association of Female Lawyers (AFFEL) and the Finn Church Aid (FCA) to promote a gender sensitive legal process.
    Benoni Knuckles – Commissioner / Liberia National commission on Small Arms begins the validation of the firearms and ammunition control act…
    Dr. Collins Bowah – County Health Officer of Nimba speaks about the death of one and treatment of seven others at the Karnplay Health Center after allegedly eating coconuts;
    Sam Collins - Spokesman / Liberia National Police updates on the operations of the Liberia National Police
  • Yor Mornin: Tuesday 16 January 2018 - Part II

    Part II

    Name of Program: Yor Mornin
    Date:  January 16, 2018
    Time: 7: am
    Duration: 1hr
    Topic: What Are Your Expectations of the 54TH Legislature?
    Producer: Yede E. Allison
    Interviews or recorded pieces-subject matter and/or content
    Yor Mornin is an early morning magazine program; its segments are as follows;

    • World Headlines
    • Motivational Talk- –Today Is Different -by Ralph Marston
    • Everyday Talk -thirty minute interactive discussion on national and international issues.
    • Stories behind World headlines around the world
  • Yor Mornin: Tuesday 16 January 2018 - Part I

    PartI

    Name of Program: Yor Mornin
    Date:  January 16, 2018
    Time: 7: am
    Duration: 1hr
    Topic: What Are Your Expectations of the 54TH Legislature?
    Producer: Yede E. Allison
    Interviews or recorded pieces-subject matter and/or content
    Yor Mornin is an early morning magazine program; its segments are as follows;

    • World Headlines
    • Motivational Talk- –Today Is Different -by Ralph Marston
    • Everyday Talk -thirty minute interactive discussion on national and international issues.
    • Stories behind World headlines around the world
  • UNMIL Radio News at 3 & 4 PM (15 January 2018)

    UNMIL radio news at 3  & 4 PM on 15 January 2018

  • UNMIL Radio News at 1 PM (15 January 2018)

    UNMIL radio news at 1 PM on 15 January 2018

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