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​Trokon Glay is a young Liberian entrepreneur who is practically providing free services in the areas of education, health, water, and sanitation in Lower and upper Margibi County as well as other parts of Liberia. Trokon runs clinics, a college, and driving schools in lower and upper Margibi County. Together with other leading figures in the NDC such as Emmanuel Daykeah of Grand Bassa County, Trokon is among the promising young Liberians who are energizing the NDC with people-centered approaches to national political work. ​ Op-ed 

Young Entrepreneur Trokon Glay Energizes NDC

    PRESS RELEASE   MONROVIA: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 – A prominent figure in the National Democratic Coalition (NDC) Think Tank has offered to lead the NDC social services program in the area of public health beginning November 2019. The agreement was reached in the NDC strategic leadership meeting on Friday, October 18, 2019. Under the said agreement, the NDC in collaboration with the Trokon Glay Community Clinic will undertake free health screening and medical diagnosis drive from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. on every Saturday at the NDC…

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Monrovia, October 15, 2019 -- The National Democratic Coalition of Liberia (NDC) strongly denounces the atrocities committed by President George Weah’s government against unarmed students who were seeking an audience with the President on behalf of their unpaid teachers. This latest attack by armed state police on peaceful students comes in the wake of a peaceful protest in support of their teachers. The teachers are on strike in demand of months of salary arears owed them by the Liberian government. This brutality by the government against peaceful students was unprovoked and absolutely unjustified. Public Policy 

Liberia: NDC denounces brutal government atrocities against peaceful students

    Monrovia, October 15, 2019 — The National Democratic Coalition of Liberia (NDC) strongly denounces the atrocities committed by President George Weah’s government against unarmed students who were seeking an audience with the President on behalf of their unpaid teachers. This latest attack by armed state police on peaceful students comes in the wake of a peaceful protest in support of their teachers. The teachers are on strike in demand of months of salary arears owed them by the Liberian government. This brutality by the government against peaceful students…

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Speaking on peace and security, Professor Alaric Tokpa emphasized that the New Vision for Liberia “is that clear Vision which promotes the rule of law, respect for the constitution, promotes unity and cultural diversity, peace, harmony, and security in all sectors of society,” adding that “freedom of speech, academic freedom, youth advancement and women’s rights were important to the New Vision for Liberia in a New Liberia.” Alaric Tokpa is an iconic fighter for social economic justice and democracy in Liberia. In the1980s, Mr. Tokpa was arrested and imprisoned by Sgt. Samuel Doe’s military junta, tried by a military tribunal and sentenced to death by firing squad, but later released on clemency. Op-ed 

Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan Presents New Vision to Rescue Liberia

    Dubai, UAE – As Liberia and other African countries fall into leadership crisis and a daunting economic future, three prominent Liberian social political activists participated in a forum and presented a perspective on Liberia’s future. The forum saw a major PowerPoint presentation by Liberia’s award-winning scientist and social activist, Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan, who presented what he termed as the “New Vision Liberia” and the urgent patriotic call to “Rescue Liberia,” a press statement from Dr. Nyan’s institution, Liberia is the oldest republic in Africa that gained its…

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