Monthly Archives: July 2018

Voters Fatigue – As Low Turnout To Affect Bi-Election Results In Liberia

As the National Elections Commission (NEC) clocks down polling centers at 6:00 prime meridian in both Bong and Montserrado Counties on Tuesday, July 31, 2018, voter’s turnout appeared all-time low. Reasons for the low turnout can be attributed to many factors but most of it all is ‘voter’s political fatigue’. In a sampling view survey conducted by The Monrovia Times

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Bayern Munich signs 17-year-old Liberian for $13m… A MLS record fee

German Champions Bayern Munich have signed Vancouver Whitecaps teenager Alphonso Davies for $13m (£9.84m) – a record fee paid for a Major League Soccer player. The amount could rise to $22m (£16.66m) for the 17-year-old Canada international, who will join Bayern in January after the MLS season. ”As a kid, I always dreamed of a moment like this,” said Davies,

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The Global initiative Football for peace will formerly be launch in Monrovia in November 2018 with the Liberian capital Monrovia been named City for peace. Football for Peace is a non-governmental organization (NGO) with its headquarters in London and supported by the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace. It was co-founded internationally in 2013 by English-born Pakistani

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NEC: All Set For By-Elections

The National Elections Commission says all is now set for the conduct of the July 31 Senatorial by-election in Montserrado and Bong counties respectively. Liberians are expected to go the polls this Tuesday in the two counties in order to fill the vacancies left behind by President George Weah and Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor. Addressing a News conference at

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FRANMA’s Principal Vows To Enter New Academy Year with Seriousness, Commitment and Dedication

With just a month and days to the resumption of Academy 2018/2019, the Principal of the Frances Mitchell Memorial Academy (FRANMA) in Kakata City Margibi County has vowed to enter into the new academy year with seriousness, commitment and dedication urging those he said don’t want to change the educational system to give him way. Mr. Allison P.J Smith told

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