Liberian Police charged man for accident in which he wasn’t involved

Written on:April 7, 2017
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Late Liberian superstar musician Quincy Burrowes

 

Wade Williams

Washington D.C- The Liberia National Police is holding Lewiz McCarthy liable for the death of the late Liberian superstar Quincy L. Burrowes or Quincy B. Quincy B met his untimely death on the fateful morning hours of March 3, 2017, when the vehicle he was driving hit a wall near the Monrovia City Hall. The wall shield’s the Pan African Plaza which houses the headquarters of the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Liberia [UNMIL].

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Liberia Broadcasting System Management Beware

Written on:April 4, 2017
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Unity Party Secretary General and Information minister

  On October 10, 1980, following the military coup in Liberia, the People’s Redemption Council (PRC) passed Decree #20, thus establishing the Liberia Broadcasting System (LBS) as an autonomous public broadcasting agency.

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Liberia: Concerns raised NEC head Jerome Korkoya is a foreigner

Written on:April 4, 2017
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Jerome Kokoya

It appears NEC Chairman Jerome Korkoya must have lied under oath during confirmation hearings before the Legislature. Under the law only a Liberian citizen can occupy the post of Chairman of NEC not a foreigner. Note that the laws of Liberia do not support dual citizenship or make no provision whatsoever for dual citizenship neither does the law recognize dual citizenship.

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Liberia’s Leading daily Frontpageafrica warns Mills Jones to behave

Written on:April 2, 2017
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Released Liberian journalist,Rodney Sieh

Liberian leading daily and news portal, Front Page Africa in an editorial has warned the Movement for Economic Empowerment [MOVEE] and its standard bearer Joseph Mills Jones to respect himself and abide by the recent ruling of the Supreme Court of Liberia. The Code of Conduct has sparked heated debate in the Liberian society.  Many legal scholars has referred to the code as an unconstitutional law that emanated from the executive, which Jones has…

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Liberia Code of Conduct is Unconstitutional, Former Chief Justice

Written on:April 2, 2017
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I think Ellen has one of the three key qualities for success for an African leader: Preparedness. But she lacks the patriotism

The framers of the Constitution of Liberia entrusted to the Supreme Court of Liberia the awesome and sacred responsibility of safeguarding the sanctity of the supreme and fundamental law of the land which guarantees citizens fundamental rights and civil liberties. Article 2 paragraph 2 of the Constitution states: Any laws, treaties, statutes, decrees and regulations found to be inconsistent with it (the Constitution) shall, to the extent of the inconsistency,…

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Liberia: Code of Conduct recipe for conflict in post war era

Written on:April 1, 2017
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Jerome Kokoya

Dear Chairman Kokoyah: OPEN LETTER I followed recent developments regarding the March 3rd Ruling of the Supreme Court on the Code of Conduct and your subsequent press statement in public media of your determination to uphold and/or enforce the Code of Conduct as a constitutional prerogative to which the NEC is obliged. What has drawn my attention, Mr. Chairman is how you intend to enforce the Code of Conduct in…

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Liberia: Code of Conduct setting the stage for conflict

Written on:March 11, 2017
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I think Ellen has one of the three key qualities for success for an African leader: Preparedness. But she lacks the patriotism

We believe many people have seen or heard of the letter written by Albert Porte, the veteran writer and constitutional analyst, to Head of State Samuel K. Doe in 1983. In that letter, Mr. Porte told the Master Sergeant, who had led the bloody military coup d’état overthrowing the Tolbert government in April 1980, that it was becoming increasingly clear to most people that Doe intended to run for president…

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Africa: Brunel Poetry Prize name shortlists candidates tomorrow

Written on:March 5, 2017
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Main Pic : Warsan Shire, first winner of the Prize in 2013

The 2017 international Brunel poetry prize shortlists will be announced tomorrow March 6th 2017. The Brunel prize for poetry is the African poetry prize that spots new talents every year on the African continent and the diaspora, and is composed of several eminent luminary poets drawn from across the globe. According to the site “The winner,” will be “announced  on May 2nd 2017. The Brunel International African Poetry Prize is a major annual poetry prize of £3000 aimed at…

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Liberia: MOVEE challenged results, 800 invalid Votes contested

Written on:March 4, 2017
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Liberia 2017 Elections Candidate

The National Elections Commission (NEC) says it is withholding the certificate of the winner of the just ended Lofa County District # 1 By-Election, pending the disposal of a protest filed by the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE).

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Liberian deplores xenophobic attacks in South Africa

Written on:February 26, 2017
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President Zuma

The Editor My Thought on the Recent South Africans’ Brutalities/Murders of Fellow Africans

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