Monthly Archives: September 2018

“Back Justice in Liberia” 80 Human Rights Groups Urge Pres.Weah Of Accountability For Past Crimes

Several Civil Society and Human Rights Organizations have urged President George Manneh Weah to back justice in Liberia especially during his first ever representation at the UN General Assembly in New York. The Group made the call Tuesday during a press conference in Monrovia. Pres. Weah is among other world leaders currently attending the United Nations General Assembly and he

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National ID Card Process Chided -As NSPL Executive Director Slams Process

The Executive Director of the National Single Parents of Liberia, Mr. Isaiah Mombo Sackor, Sr., has slammed the ongoing National Identification Card process, saying the arrangement is low on awareness as there was not ample publicity accorded the process. Sackor said The National Identification Registry (NIR) did not create awareness as it is evidenced that most Liberians cannot read and

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Women For Africa Foundation To Carry Out Free Fistula Surgery In Liberia

A team of medical practitioners from the Spanish Foundation, Women for Africa is expected to arrive in Liberia between 26 October 26 to November 3, 2018 to perform free surgical operations on several women and young girls who suffer from fistula discomfort. Fistula is a condition of permanent urine leakage which is common among women and young girls in Africa.

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ECOWAS Parliamentarians To Conduct Border Visits -Delegation Arrives In Monrovia Thursday

The Speaker of the ECOWAS Parliament based in Abuja, Nigeria, Mr. Mustapha Cisse Lo, will this week lead a parliamentary delegation to Liberia on a fact-finding awareness mission, the Secretary-General of the Community Parliament, John Azumah has disclosed. In a released issued by ECOWAS National Office in Monrovia, the delegation is expected to arrive in Liberia this Thursday, September 27,

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