Monthly Archives: June 2019

Diaspora Liberians Petition Liberian Embassy In Washington – Give CDC-led Government Three Months To Address Governance Issues In The Country

Liberians residing in the diaspora have presented  over 15 propositions to the Liberian Embassy in Washington DC  giving the CDC led government 3 months ultimatum to address some prevailing issues in the country. Unlike the Liberians diaspora community, the June 7 protesters in Liberia had since given the government of Liberia one month period to address their 42 counts petition

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SWAL Condemns LFA Vice President Wilmot Smith

The Sports Writers Association of Liberia (SWAL) has condemned actions by Liberia Football Association (LFA), Vice President for Operations, Wilmot Smith, who on Monday ordered armed police officers to arrest INQUIRER Sports Editor, D. Webster Cassell at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS). SWAL in a release said The LFA VPO insinuated that a publication in the Monday, June 10 edition

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BYC Missed Out On Top Two Spots

The Liberia Football Association 2018 Champions, BYC Wednesday failed yet again to win a match since the dismissal of Coach Robert Larty last month. The former First Division Champions who have Samuel Sumo as Caretaker Manager Wednesday struggled to collect a point against Monrovia Club Breweries at the Blue field. BYC could only manage a 1-1 draw, their fourth draw

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