‘Malaria Drove Me To Opposition’

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-Sen. Coleman Begs CDC For Mercy By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. Grand Kru County Senator, Dr. Peter Coleman says it was not his intention to leave the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) in the past, but it was malaria that took over his head that made him leave the party. […]

“I Am Not A Politician, But Man Of Action’’

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-Mark Keshen Asserts By T. Saye Goinleh Mark Keshen, a senatorial candidate in the impending senatorial by-election in Montserrado County has disclosed that he is not a ‘seasoned politician’ and is not around to manipulate, but one of actions if given the chance to be elected to the upper House […]

Liberia’s Tourism Sector Can Generate If…

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-Director of Tourism By T Saye Goinleh The director of tourism at the Ministry of Information, Culture Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) Madam Juanita M. Yah says Liberia has a rich potential in the tourism industry when tapped into with the rightful support from central government which will help generate revenues […]

Mayor Koijee Receives Award

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Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee has won the ‘Face of Trek Africa 2018 award of Excellence.’ According to a release, Mayor Koijee is the first youth leader in Liberia to win this prestigious award which is the reflection of his many contributions to African youths. The release further said […]

ORWOCH Encourages Women To Vote

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-Ends Two Days Intensive Civic Awareness Campaign   Ahead of the July 31, 2018 senatorial by-elections in Montserrado and Bong Counties, the Organization for Women and Children (ORWOCH) is encouraging women in the two counties to turnout in their numbers to vote. The organization is also inspiring women in the […]

Gov’t Reduces Transportation Fares

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By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. The government of Liberia through the Ministries of commerce, Trade and Industry and Transport has drastically reduced the transportation fares within Monrovia and its environs. Addressing a news conference Friday, July 27, 2018 at the Ministry of Transport in Monrovia, Deputy Transport Minister for Land […]

Witch-Hunt In LNP?

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-Investigation Reveals By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. Investigation conducted by this paper on the Liberia National Police (LNP), has discovered that there exists a huge level of reported ‘witch-hunt’, discrimination, harassment and intimidation within the LNP. Recently, the New Republic Newspaper embarked on an intensive investigation within the LNP, thereby […]

‘Conduct Yourselves’

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-Cllr. Gongloe Cautions UL Students By Jackson C. Clay, Jr. Veteran human rights Lawyer Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe has admonished students of the state-run University of Liberia to act in a form and manner that is in confines with the laws of the country. Speaking Tuesday, July 24, 2018 on the […]

50 Sierra Leoneans Take Liberian Citizenship

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By R. Joyclyn Wea The Government of Liberia (GoL) through the Liberia Refugee Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC) has issued certificate of citizenship to at least 50 former Sierra Leonean refugees who have expressed desire to be citizens of the country. This is said to mark the beginning of government’s […]

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