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LPP Capitol Hill Protest Dec. 14th, Party Says Lewis Brown has No Credibility

By Joseph Tumbey Monrovia, the Liberian People’s Party, [LPP] has announced  December  14th, 2022, as the Party’s activism day under the theme: “Mass People’s Action to Rescue the State” requesting the Weah-led administration to end hardship. The Chairperson of the Party  Mr. J. Yanqui Zayzay has also questioned the ability of the opposition CPP  and Alexander B. Cummings through, Mr. Lewis Brown to organize a protest or question anyone for Corruption or human rights violations in the country. Speaking with the media at their headquarters in Monrovia on Wednesday, December…

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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A Journalist residing in the United States of America recently guest lectured students of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism-PQSJ in Monrovia. Journalist Melissa Chea-Annan a former Reporter and Editor of The Inquirer Newspaper will share her professional experiences and success story in journalism with aspiring Journalists dating as far back as the 90s. She spoke to students about the media’s role in society, striking a comparison between present-day journalism practice to that of her days in active media service in Liberia, among others. The Journalist…

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MONROVIA – Several of President George Weah‘s supporters have mocked the United States Government for imposing sanctions on three Liberian Government officials. Minister of State Nathaniel McGill, National Port Authority Managing Director Bill Twehway, and Solicitor General Sayma Serenius Cephus were recently sanctioned by the United States Treasury Department for official corruption. But during President Weah’s last leg of his nationwide tour in Montserrado County, some of his supporters who were marching in the streets of Monrovia sang derogatorily against the United States sanction. “Sanction or no sanction, we will…

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By Socrates Smythe Saywon – People are craving to be lawmakers in their various countries to enact laws that will move their nations forward; but in Liberia, a friend of President George Weah who is already a lawmaker has begged the former soccer star to appoint as police director only to eliminate the president’s enemies. The lawmaker, Representing Montserrado County District Number 7, Solomon George recently begged the Liberian President during Mr. Weah’s visit to his constituent to make him police director (Inspector General) of the Liberia National Police just…

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2022 July 26 ‘Violent Assault’ suspected thugs, charged, released on non-cash bail

The Monrovia City Court has released on a non-cash bail several members of the CDC-COP who were detained in connection to the July 26 violent protest that left students of the Student Unification Party (SUP) injury including one that was badly beaten and tortured and is now fighting for his life. The human surety bond — granted by Magistrate Jomah Jallah yesterday — comes a few hours after the accused had been charged with crimes including the criminal attempt to commit murder and aggravated assault as contained in the police charge sheet.…

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Muslims in Nigeria Stoned, burnt Man Alive in Abuja For Blasphemy Again

  By Odita Sunday, Abuja   There was palpable fear, yesterday, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, after a security guard was set ablaze for alleged blasphemy. The incident took place in Lugbe area of the FCT. Although FCT police operatives have restored normalcy, however, there are fears that religious extremism has crept into the nation’s capital. Spokesperson of the police, DSP Josephine Adeh, who confirmed the incident, said: “Today, June 4, 2022, at about 1.p.m, one Ahmad Usman, a 30-year- old member of the local vigilance group around Tipper…

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Liberian People’s Party Alarms Over Road Fund Misappropriation, Calls On Lawmakers To Act

The Liberian People’s Party (LPP) has called on Lawmakers to prevent President George Manneh Weah’s administration from the misappropriation of the country’s road fund. According to the party press release, the misuse of the road fund money by the Weah administration is a violation of the 2009 Public Financial Management (PFM) law. The Party said in a press release that the recent illegal and controversial use of the US$25 million from the Road Fund of 2019 for unexplained purposes is unacceptable and should no longer be allowed by the lawmakers.…

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Analysis: The curious case of Russia in Central African Republic

By Bram Posthumus The Central African Republic (CAR) has intermittently been the backdrop for somebody else’s war. Despite having a population of only 4.8 million people, it is approximately the same size as France, Denmark and the Netherlands combined. That vast open space has been used as a venue for battles by different parties; former coloniser France, strongmen from Chad, Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the notorious Ugandan rebels of the Lord’s Resistance Army and a United States Special Forces unit. The latest visitors are Russia, its army and…

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Islamic fundamentalism, the death of Deborah Samuels: Nigeria is becoming dangerous by the day

  ABUJA, NIGERIA — Religious groups and rights activists in Nigeria are calling for justice after a female Christian student was killed by a mob for alleged blasphemy. The student was beaten and burned to death on the premises of a school in northwestern Sokoto state. The Catholic Diocese of Sokoto criticized the attack in a statement Friday and called on state authorities to catch and prosecute the killers. Rights groups like Amnesty International, and the Socio-Economic Rights Accountability Project or SERAP, have also condemned the attack and are demanding justice…

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Liberian Gov’t to reindict George Wisner & Nanborlor Singbeh in US$5m theft Case

  The Ministry of Justice has reindicted the former executive director of the National Investment Commission (NIC), George Wisner, and the Secretary of the Liberian Senate, Nanborlor Singbeh for allegedly duping two Czech Republic investors Martin and Pavel Miloschewsky. The indictment, which focuses on economic sabotage, will affect not just Wisner and Singbeh, but several other co-defendants as well. Before the new charge, the government had suffered a defeat at the 9th Judicial Circuit Court, in Bong County against Wisner and Singbeh and other defendants when it proceeded to also…

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