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In an effort to formally call Government's attention to the unfortunate situation of students in the Kingdom of Morocco, 43 Students gathered at the Liberian Embassy this week in a quest to have their plights addressed by the Ambassador. We have made every effort to speak with the Ambassador ,but the Ambassador maintained that he will not speak to the general student body as he is not the one accountable for Students allowances. Op-ed 

Mary Broh: Liberians Deserve Better Our People Are Suffocating

  OPEN LETTER LETTER TO MARY BROH   Dear Mary Broh, I wanted to speak with you privately before going public, but as always, it will be a taboo for you to call me. I understand you  are asking for, concerned and is troubled about my criticism  against President George Weah. You even characterized my constructive engagements against President Weah as “INSULT”. This is a wrong misconception and wrong misrepresentation. I have always maintained that I personally do not hate George Weah. What I have said is that I detest,…

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Broh Returns With Presidential Mandate To Clean Monrovia

The Editor, Is this the second coming of bada.s Mary Broh? (Re” Broh Returns With Presidential Mandate To Clean Monrovia”) Broh brings a lot of passion, energy and enthusiasm to her work. She’s smart, she’s hardworking, and above all, nobody messes with her!!! In 2012, she whacked a senate staffer (Senator John Ballout’s assistant) for disrespecting the Lord Mayor of Monrovia (Mary Broh)! As Passport Director, she straighten out the Passport Division. She successfully curtailed corruption and improve the overall morale and efficiency at the Passport office. During Broh’s tenure…

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Liberian Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Mary Broh

By C. Winnie Saywah Jimmy The Supreme Court of Liberia granted plaintiff Mary Broh a favorite appeal for a Writ of Prohibition against the Liberian House of Representatives. Handing down its judgment in favor of the plaintiff on Friday, the Francis Korkpor Bench  adjudged that the House of Representatives violated Madam Broh’s right to due process while serving in her capacity as Acting City Mayor of Monrovia. The high court said Madam Broh as a citizen and in accordance with Article 2 of the Liberian Constitution has the right to…

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Two Issues with Martin Scott: Passport Division and Liberia’s Education

  Mr. Editor, Issue # One  Broh Gets Busy at Passport Division Count me as one happy camper to see Madame Broh back at the Passport Division.  Hey y’all, Broh’s back!  It’s time for all those “cold bowl” heroes to leave the Ministry of Foreign Affairs NOW!! (Re “Broh Gets Busy At Passport Division’ Daily Observer Online).. Broh brings a lot of passion, energy, and dedication to her work,  Besides that, Broh never backs down from a fight!  You can count on Broh to fight for the future of our…

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