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$60 Million Mysteriously Disappear In Liberia
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$60 Million Mysteriously Disappear In Liberia

The Liberian government says it is investigating the unexplained disappearance of two huge shipments of Liberian dollar banknotes printed abroad and brought into the country between November 2017 and August 2018. The total amount of two shipments of banknotes that have vanished is approximately $60 million. According to media reports, the containers of the money actually left the port of the capital, Monrovia, under escort in March. The convoy went to the central bank but disappeared. The justice ministry is asking the population to remain calm while a group of investigators composed of senior security officials investigate the disappearance. See people reactions below Chops: Losing $60 million dollars of newly printed notes in Liberia is a sign that Africa needs reforms to...
Over 1,700 Afflicted With Skin Disease In Liberia — Official
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Over 1,700 Afflicted With Skin Disease In Liberia — Official

Liberian Ministry of Health on Tuesday said more than 1,700 people have been plagued by skin disease suspected to be scabies. Francis Kateh, Liberia’s Chief Medical Officer, told reporters in the capital city of Monrovia that medical experts were, however, working to ascertain the specific type of disease and its cause, but early symptoms were similar to scabies. Mr. Kateh said “the disease, which is very contagious, has high possibility of spreading.” The disease has spread across six of the 15 counties in the West African country. Scabies is an itchy, highly contagious skin disease caused by an infestation by the itch mite known, scientifically, as Sarcoptes scabies. It could be transmitted by direct skin-to-skin contact and causes severe and relentless itching. Local m...
Lagosian Photoshops Late Dr. Adadevoh Into ‘Lagos At 50’ Poster
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Lagosian Photoshops Late Dr. Adadevoh Into ‘Lagos At 50’ Poster

A Lagosian, Deji ayowole shared this picture with the following caption: "If the Lagos State Government won't do it for her... I will! She is the reason why Lagos can celebrate 50 years in good health. She DESERVES to be acknowledged for her heroic endeavors. Lagos could have been swamped with the Ebola disease and it could have been uncontrollable, but thanks to her... It was contained. God bless you Dr. Stella Adadevoh. May your soul #RIP #ThisWasPhotoshopped #WishItWereReal" Ameyo Adadevoh (27 October 1956 – 19 August 2014) was a Nigerian physician. Her great-grandfather, Herbert Macaulay, is one of the most celebrated founders of modern Nigeria. She was also the grand niece of Nigeria's first president Nnamdi Azikiwe . She is credited with having curbed a wider spread of the ...

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