Monthly Archives: May 2019

“Corruption In The Security Sector Remains Endemic” Judge Chenoweth Alarms

The resident judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court in Margibi County Mardea Tarr Chenoweth has alarmed that corruption in the security sector remains endemic particular among the police. Judge Chenoweth delivering her formal charge during souvenir program for the formal opening of May Term A.D. 2019 of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court in Kakata on Monday, May 13, 2019,

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“Don’t Be Part Of June 7 Protest”- Student Leader Tells Citizens

The President of the Bong University Student Association (BUSA) at the United Methodist University, Darkutalee E. Massadee has admonished citizens in County not to participate in the pending June 7 protest in the Country. Even though it is still unclear whether the majority of Bong citizens will be part of the June 7 protest, but President, Massadee has admonished Bongese

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Council Of Patriots Meeting With President Weah Ends In Deadlock

Organizers of the June 7 ‘Save the State’ protest in Liberia has refused to present their grievances to President George Weah yesterday during a roundtable meeting held at the Foreign Affairs. The Protesters are demanding immediate economic reforms aimed at alleviating the cost of living on ordinary citizens, tackle the issues of corruption, waste, and abuse as well as dismissed

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UMC Superintendent Warns Members Against June 7 Protest-Calls For Fast And Prayer

The Superintendent of the Weala District Conference of the United Methodist Church Jacob Methuselah Sackie is warning his members against the “June 7 Protest”. The United Methodist Boss said protests in Liberia have never been good but rather bloody out as such; his members should stay away from the upcoming protest. Rev. Sackie, “But you know with the history of

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