Monthly Archives: October 2018

“Security Sector Urged to Fast-Track Gender Policy

The need for gender to be enshrined in the security sector policies have been echoed at a one day dialogue organized by Medica Liberia on the Gender Mainstreaming in Monrovia recently. The dialogue held under the theme: “Mainstreaming Gender within the Security Sector, Taking stock of the gains and gaps identifying ways forward” focused on efforts to strengthen and support

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Weah Linked To Corruption? COCUBOMB Wants His Properties, Others Investigated

COCUBOMB, an umbrella group of Liberians, advocating for the return of the alleged missing Liberian L$16 Billion has called on the International Community through the United States Embassy near Monrovia to investigate the “rapid and suspicious acquisition of giant-sized properties” by President George Manneh Weah and some high-ranking public officials in just 8 months. The group also appealed to the

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Murder Case Takes Dramatic Turn – As Fake Lawyer ‘Extorts’ L$24,000 to Defend Accused Murderer

Police in Bong County has charged and sent to Court a man believed to be in his early 40s for alleged impersonation and theft of property. Suspect Emmanuel Tamba allegedly extorted about L$24,000 to provide legal services in a murder case involving Defendant Tegeh Ricks. Tegeh Ricks has been charged with murder in connection to the death of a woman.

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Mulrany Int’l Encourages Hand Washing -Donates Assorted Sanitary Items To AGM School

Mulrany International, a non-governmental organization (NGO), which recently opens its branch in Liberia on Monday, October 15, 2018, donated several assorted sanitary items to students of First Assembly of God Mission (AGM) High School on Buchanan Street in Central Monrovia, aim at encouraging hand washing at the institution. The items including a barrel (pig-feet), dusk-bin, cartons of liquid soap; toilet

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