Monthly Archives: November 2018

Koijee Breaks Out of ‘Political’ Bondage

The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson T. Koijee has finally broken silence over recent social media reports that he championed a battalion of armed (cutlasses) men who carry out a gruesome attack against peaceful citizens during a by-election rally in District #13 Montserrado County. Addressing a press conference in Monrovia Tuesday, November 27, 2018, Mayor Koijee disclosed that at no

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Domestic Violence Act Passage Insight

As the celebration of the 16days of Activism commences in Monrovia and globally, actions are being taken to eliminate violence against women, girls and vulnerable groups around the world. The celebration under the local theme “End Gender-based Violence in Work Places, Schools and Communities” signifies efforts that must be instituted locally and globally by governments and communities to Eliminate Violence

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CU President Vows To Decentralize University Activities

The President of Cuttington University Dr. Harmon Brown has vowed to decentralize the Activity University across the County in an effort to create the opportunity for others who are in the rural areas. According to the Cuttington University President, decentralizing the University across the Country will enable graduates of various high schools many of whom are desirous of acquiring higher

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