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President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has instituted what has described by the public as a "blanket dismissal" against officials of the Executive Branch of government, who failed to obey her order.
Sirleaf instructed nonessential workers not to come to work and promised that all government employees would still be paid.
Doctors and nurses fighting the world's biggest outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa should get incentives including better pay, insurance and access to the new Ebola drug ZMapp, an international health expert said.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has extended, by the another month beginning Monday, September 1, 2014, the stay-home order imposed on all non-essential government employees who have been away since August 1st.
Health workers have gone on strike at a major state-run Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone, hospital staff told Reuters on Saturday, a further blow to efforts to contain the deadly virus.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is fumbling and bumbling at the wheel of state. Her policies remain quite inept and ineffective.
Liberians are scrambling to deal with the EBOLA virus but all like the article in the Foreign Policy Magazine recognized that the massive spread of the virus because of the current administration's inability to contain it is a symptom of a much bigger problem of poor governance.
Former District 1 Commissioner Elaine Boyer is free on $25,000 bond after being charged with federal mail and wire fraud on Aug. 26 As the Ebola virus rages on unchecked in West Africa, an Atlanta-based diplomat is urging the United States to send shipments of the experimental drug Zmapp and other emergency aid to Liberia.
World Health Organization Assistant Director General Bruce Aylward holds up a document titled "Ebloa response roadmap" during a press briefing at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva August 28. World Health Organization Assistant Director General Bruce Aylward holds up a document titled "Ebloa response roadmap" during a press briefing at the ... (more)
Miners are responding to the escalating threat of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa with many withdrawing workers from the region and halting operations as the death toll surpasses 1,400 .
As a follow-up to her directive regarding restrictions on travel of government officials, including their return within a week for those who were out of the country, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has instituted several measures that take effect immediately.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has received a contribution of US$100,000 from the Tony Elumelu Foundation to be used in the fight against the spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease in Liberia.
It appears President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has many critics who do not only want her resigning her post as president, but are also calling for her to face the International court of justice for alleged crimes against humanity.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:46 am
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