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“Hate-positions” -Koijee Terms Opposition Community; Wants Young People Cultivate Nationalistic Spirit

MONROVIA: The City Mayor of Monrovia, Jefferson Tamba Koijee has labeled members of the opposition community as “hate-positions” and call on them to change the thought pattern towards the governing process of their country. According to Koijee, what is being exhibited in Liberia by members of the opposition community by threatening to evade the country’s peace process does not represent

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Press Freedom Act Finally Passed

Monrovia: The Liberian Senate today at 12:13 pm concurred With House of Representatives on the Passage of the “Kamara Abdullah Kamara Act of Press Freedom”. The Senate took the decision on Thursday, February 7, 2019, during its 8th day sitting 2nd session of the 54th Legislature. The Senate concurrence vote was triggered by a comprehensive report from the Body’s Committee

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In Kakata, Drivers Union Executives And City Mayor Challenged Each Other Over Parking Lots Usage

Executives of the Liberia United Drivers Incorporated (LUD) in Margibi County and the Kakata City Mayor have challenged one another over the usage of two parking lots established by the Union in the City. Mayor Emmanuel M. Goll has warned the group not to use the purported parking lots located on the Bong Mine Road and Doe Palace Junction on

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‘Clar Hope Foundation’ Receives Donation To Boost Humanitarian Outreach

Monrovia: US-based charity, Save More Kids, has donated an assortment of food items worth over US$22,000 to the Clar Hope Foundation. The donation included bags of American seasoned sardines and perfection enriched rice. The head of Save More Kids, Quanuquanei Karmue, praised First Lady Clar Weah for her humanitarian initiatives aimed at improving the lives of underprivileged Liberians, a move

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Women Group Trumpet Calls To End Domestic Violence

Despite the passing into law of a Domestic Violence Act and former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf issuance of executive order 92 which seeks to end violence against women and female genital mutilations, it would seem Liberia is still far away from overcoming the menace. Already, statistics from the Ministry of Gender Children and Social Protection (MGCSP) shows an increase in

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