Monthly Archives: June 2018

“CDC Will Rule Liberia for 24 years” Party Chairman Mulbah Morlu Declared

Coalition for Democratic Change Chairman Mulbah Morlu has declared that his party will rule Liberia for 24 consecutive years while asserting that Cllr. Charles Brumskine stills run the affairs of the Liberty Party. The Liberty Party at its first post-election convention in Lofa County early this year elected Senator Nyonblee Karnga- Lawrence as political leader of the Party. Speaking recently

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Lebanon Promises Support Liberia’s Sports

The Lebanese ambassador accredited to Liberia, Henri Kastoun, has expressed his country’s interest in helping Liberia move forward with its development agenda, especially sports, with emphasis on basketball. Describing Liberia as a nation full of potential and challenges, Ambassador Kastoun said the country was on a new path and needed contributions from other countries like Lebanon to fulfill its development.

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Child Right Advocate Satta Sheriff Calls For Implementation Of Liberia Children Law

Child Right Advocate, Satta Sheriff has written an open letter to the House of Representatives, calling on that body to ensure the implementation of the Liberia Children Law. Satta Sheriff reading the open letter to Journalists in Monrovia said there is still increase of domestic violence against the children of Liberia since the passage of the children law. Sheriff said

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Drug Enforcement Agency County Seized One Thousand Eighty-Six Kilograms Of Compressed Marijuana

The Drug enforcement agency (DEA) in Bomi County with support from the joint security has seized 1,086 kilograms of compressed marijuana worth ten million sixty-eight thousand Liberian dollars. According to report, the DEA made the seizure of the drugs at the Klay checkpoint on Sunday at 5:15 pm onboard a truck with plate number T-30262 in route from Grand Cape

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