Author Archives: Moses M. Tokpah

“Liberian Government Reluctant In Establishing Criminal Courts In Liberia” Global Justice Research Program Investigator Alarms

The Global Justice Research Program Investigator has alarmed that the Liberian Government has been reluctant in establishing criminal courts in Liberia for the prosecution of individuals accused of war and economic crimes, despite constant pressure from different human rights organizations. Mr. Manjou K. Bayour told newsmen recently that it would be a great step toward the deterrence of such acts

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Atty. Tarnue Points Accusing Fingers At Educational Stakeholder And CDCians Over His Suspension

The outgoing Principal and CEO of the Booker T. Washington Institute, Harris Fomba Tarnue has pointed accusing fingers at one of the Assistant Ministers at the Ministry of Education and officials of the Coalition for Democratic Change in Margibi for his suspension. Atty. Tarnue in an interview with newsmen in Kakata over the weekend following an indoor meeting with the

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MFDP Conducts Three Days Retreat On “Audit Readiness” In Margibi

A three-day retreat intended to prepare staffs of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) is being conducted in Kakata City Margibi County. The Retreat which focuses on “Audit Readiness” started on Friday, May 17, 2019, at the Kakata City Hall under the theme “Preparing Staff for Smooth Audit. About 60 persons including Directors, Compliance Officers, Senior Compliance Officers

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Margibi Caucus, County Administration Visit April 1st Demonstration Sites In District #5

May 13, 2019 made it exactly one month twelve days and two months twelve days since the execution of a demonstration that led to the destruction of properties and the arrest of several alleged perpetrators in Weala Margibi County and the alleged killing of a commercial motorcyclist identified as Moses Wolopaye commonly known as PCK in Gibi District that also

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Rep. Jones Craves Selflessness Amongst Liberians -Wants Citizens Buttress Central Government’s Efforts

Margibi District #2 Representative Ivar Kokulo Jones has craved selflessness amongst Liberians describing it as an integral part of Unification. Representative Jones reminded Liberians that what will keep them together and make the Country to move forward is selflessness. He said in the absent of selflessness where proud will take over all and people feel that they are right, they

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“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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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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