Monthly Archives: October 2018

RHN & LNCRF Alarm Over Rape Cases

Right Holders Network in collaboration with the Liberia National Children’s Representatives Forum Calls for Re-arrests, Speedy Trial and Judicial Reform to end the culture of impunity in Liberia. Ballah F Saywala and Jutomue Doetein said it is no secret that the quest to ensure that the culture of impunity and selective justices which are underlining factors impairing our judicial system

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Ref. Doe Suspended For Officiating A Half In A First Division Match

The Liberia Football Association has suspended for two months Referee Koffa J. Doe for unethical behavior and handed a Letter of warning to FIFA Assistant Referee Johnson Gbartea. According to the Liberia Football Association (LFA), Referee Koffa Doe was assigned to referee a First Division League match at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium in Kakata, Margibi County on Sunday, September

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AEL Remains Committed Providing Safe Drinking Water In Bong -Says Omega Binda

The Association of Evangelicals of Liberia (AEL) says it remains committed in the provisions of safe drinking water for residents of Zota District and other parts of Bong County. AEL is the largest network of churches and agencies of Evangelical affiliation in Liberia responding to human need with spiritual guidance, compassion and practical care. Its vision is a Liberian Church

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Mayor Koijee Emphasizes Reconciliation Among Liberians Instead Of War Crimes Court

The Mayor of Liberia’s Capital Jefferson Koijee has stressed the need for Liberians to put aside their differences and reconcile for the forward march of the country. He noted that the establishment of a War crimes court is not timely for the country while emphasizing that a genuine reconciliation will heal the wound of the fourteen years of civil conflict

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Huge Insecurity Looms At Liberia-Sierra Leone Borders

Several Liberian Borders with Sierra Leone is said to be at risk as huge insecurity looms for residents of both countries in the absence of electricity and adequate manpower on the borderlines. Currently, BO-Waterside, which is Liberia’s main border with Sierra Leone, lacks electricity and other security tools to help keep the border safe from any security threats that may

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LINSU Ignores Court’s Injunction As New Officials Get Elected On White Ballots

The Leadership of the Liberia National Students Union (LINSU) Saturday, September 29, 2018 held elections for new corps of officials despite a Civil Law Court’s Injunction on the process. The Writ of injunction was issued Friday, September 28, 2018 by the court after some aggrieved members of LINSU petitioned the court to place a stay order on the electoral process.

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