Monrovia – The Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) President, the erudite lawyer, Cllr. Tiawon Saye Gongloe, has stated that Manipakei Dumoe’s statement of not wanting free rice but putting AK-47s in the hands of poor people in Monrovia is protected under the laws of Liberia. People can disagree with each other Liberia National Bar Association President, Cllr. Even though he said he doesn’t like the statement and won’t make such personally, but Cllr. Under the State of Emergency, the one thing that is never suspended is the right to habeas corpus.”On Tuesday, May 12, another lawyer of Dumoe, Cllr.
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Mr. Benoni Urey, Chairman of Collaborating Political Parties and Political Leader of All Liberian PartyMonrovia – The Standard Bearer of the All Liberian Party (ALP) and Chairman of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), Mr. Benoni W. Urey, has called on the Liberian government to immediately release from detention Mr. Menipakei Dumoe. President [George] Weah needs to intervene and ensure that this man is released immediately,” Mr. Urey said. According to him, going on social media to restrict people from expressing their minds is not good for the maintenance of peace in Liberia. No group of people in Liberia makes more threatening remarks on social media than officials of this government and the CDC,” the ALP Political Leader added. Mr. Urey also termed as “unlawful” the search and seizure, which was carried out at Dumoe home.
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BFF has also called for the immediate arrest and prosecution of all those suspected to be involved in the killing of the community chairman as required by the laws of Liberia. The release said, victim Roosevelt Anthony Mayango Jallah was stabbed to death while he and other community leaders were constructing a self-initiative community bridge aimed at facilitating free movement of residents, goods and services as the Rainy Season fast approaches. Quoting preliminary investigation of the Liberia National Police (LNP), BFF said the knife injury on victim Jallah’s body was six inches deep and three inches wide. According to BFF, suspect Sally was subsequently transferred to LNP Central Hqs on Friday, April 3rd. The late Roosevelt Mayango Jallah, was buried on Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at 10 am.
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By Mae Azango, [email protected]Aunty Bade, who is a retired Registered Nurse, makes table cloths. She uses the skills she learned when she was in her teens on Bromley Mission, many years ago. Amazingly, she makes these table cloths for recreation and therapy. Interestingly, she does not forget the patterns she uses to make a table cloth design after so many years. Speaking to this newspaper, her niece Ms. Tucker said, Aunty Bade usually sits for hours and works without complains.
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Before he began presenting the 25-kg 60 bags of rice to the students’ parents, Mr. Sabato J. Neufville, proprietor of the school, told them how they (school administration) has missed their students so badly since the last two months. We have been sitting in our corners thinking how we can give back to our students,” he said. The parents Neufville has also made their kids happy. The Kingsley Lington’s students’ parents were grateful to Proprietor Sabato Neufville for giving them rice and other non-food items“Majority of the people in Liberia, live off of what they get daily. In her special message to parents, she stated, “We are all in this together; please take the disease seriously.
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Liberian Children’s Parliament Forum Speaker Prince Saydee and others in a recent protest to call the government attention to abuses against a childrenMonrovia – The Liberian Children’s Parliament Forum (LCPF) has frowned at Government of Liberia’s “total silence on the numerous violations against children in Liberia,” during this State of Emergency. “A 38-year-old Victor Trokon, an officer of the Liberia National Police was accused of raping a 13-year-old girl in Paynesville. Is this the ‘Change for Hope’ they told us about when children are being sexually harassed? Is this the ‘Change for Hope’ they told us about when police brutality against women and children are on the increase daily? It promotes children’s participation, forbids violence against children, frowns on the usage of children in trafficking, child labor, early child marriage, children on the move, stateless children, sexual exploitation and abuse, children deprivation, children discrimination, and all odds against the well-being of all children.
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She thanked both Lena and Van Vicker for their farsightedness in trying to help the kids and their parents. We want to say thanks to Lena Marshall Foundation. Speaking to his newspaper, Ms. Marshall stated, “On behalf of my foundation, Lena Marshall Foundation and Van Vicker, we appreciate all the support being showered upon us at this difficult time of Covid-19. Our intention is to provide food and sanitary items for the students while they are at home. The items given to the students included rice, toothpastes, toothbrushes, shavers, bottles of Argo oil, Maggie cubes and sanitary pads.
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Press Union of Liberia President Charles CoffeyMonrovia – The Rotary Club of Sinkor recently donated a huge consignment of face masks to the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), the Goodwill Clinic and several residents of Gbangay Town, Paynesville. Past President Eva Mappy Morgan, a member of the Rotary Club of Sinkor made the donation of 250 face/nose masks to Charles Coffey, President of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) and admonished him to distribute the masks among journalists, who are on the frontlines reporting on the COVID-19. The Club also donated customized face mask to the Goodwill Clinic in Fiamah and the Gbangay Town Community on the Airfield. The Gbangay town community chairman also thanked the Rotarians of the Club of Sinkor for their timely contribution to the residents of his community. There are 37,000 member clubs worldwide, including the Rotary Club of Sinkor and it has a global membership of more than 1.2 million individuals, known as Rotarians.
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Findley Karngar, has stated that his confidence in the Liberia National Police (LNP) has been betrayed. “The police had the intention to have had my client arrested and they lied that we were only going for a conference. The police had the intention to have had my client arrested and they lied that we were only going for a conference. Mr. Dumoe is the acting leader of the COP, inarguably the leading and most vibrant pressure group on the Liberian government of President George Manneh Weah. But the police refused and told Mr. Dodoo to stop and few minutes later, came back and seized his phone.
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GRATEFUL TO HEALTHCARE WORKERS: “I leave behind a team of trained, professional, dedicated selfless and above all, patriotic health workers. “I leave behind a team of trained, professional, dedicated selfless and above all, patriotic health workers. Frank Musah Dean, Minister of Justice, RLSoko fell sick after a national security meeting which brought together nearly 30 officials of government at the Ministry of National Defense on April 11, 2020. I am the chair.”On Tuesday, Minister Dean expressed thanks and appreciation to his family, relatives, friends, well-wishers and the Liberian people. Seek early medical assistance.”Minister Dean’s recovery comes as Liberia recorded 211 positive cases and 20 deaths as of Monday.
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Bloomberg School Senior Research Associate Tolbert Nyensah, LLB, MPH, is among other contributors to the class. Mr. Nyenswah is now a senior Research Associate at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Mr. Nyenswah would be teaming up with Emily Gurley, PhD, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Bloomberg School. The Contact Tracing CourseThe free online course is designed to help train a new cadre of contact tracers to reach and assist people exposed to the virus. The new course, “COVID-19 Contact Tracing,” highlights how contact tracing is a key component of a public health strategy to slow the spread of COVID-19 without large-scale shutdowns and stay-at-home orders.
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A FrontPage Africa investigation has found that the Central Bank of Liberia is struggling to cash pensioners checks leading to some money changers cashing the checks outside the bank for 25 percent of what pensioners are due from their own checks. The payment represents two-months pension pay for AFL personnel who were slowly retired with pensions following the end of the civil war. Authorities at the CBL contacted Monday said it was doing everything possible to cash checks and encourage pensioners to have patience. I empathize with these old people, but they just have to wait for their time,” a Bank administrator told FPA Monday. Per the CBL policy, pensioners are required to be paid at commercial banks or through their account.
Administrators of the John Moore Intestate Estate have filed a criminal trespass lawsuit against the management of Gabby Farm at the Paynesville Magisterial Court. Charles Johnson is the Administrator of Gabby Farm in the Greenland Community. “The land dispute is between the Hage and some group calling themselves children that gave the land to Gabby farm. Fallacies and make up storiesSolomon Zeo is one of the Administrators of the late John Moore Intestate Estate. He denied accusations of Administrators of the late John Moore Intestate Estate hiring gangs, armed with guns and other deadly weapons to terrorize residents of the township.
Liberia: ‘My Client May or May Not See the Police’ Over AK47 Threat, Lawyer for COP Member SaysCllr. In his post Sunday, Mr. Dumoe wrote: “We don’t need bags of rice. More confirmed that all three security agencies, the National Security Agency, defense intelligence and the LNP were interested in what Mr. Dumoe meant by his post. Woodtor’s post was preceded by another poster, Holton Flomo, who asked Mr. Dumoe whether he was serious about AK47 to which Mr. Dumoe replied: “I mean real AK47. A leading member of the COP who chose to address the matter on the basis of anonymity said the body did not sanction Mr. Dumoe’s post.
AN SOS FROM MOROCCO: The stranded students are calling the attention of President George Mannah Weah, Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor, the National Legislature, the people of Liberia and particularly Minister Sonii to see reasons in settling their arrears. Willie N. Tokpah/0777039231 ([email protected] front page Africa online.com)Monrovia- Liberians students studying in Morocco are once again raising alarm that they are still stranded in Morocco while “government is yet to apply any effort in addressing the eight-months arrears owed by them. In mid-2019, the Liberian students’ community staged a protest at the Liberian Embassy in Morocco following series of failed diplomatic approaches to the Government of Liberia, through the Liberian Embassy in Rabat, relative to government’s ‘abrupt neglect’ of its students in Morocco for eight (8 ) months at that time. “In his public addresses, the Minister accused the old students of overstaying without the Ministry’s knowledge. The stranded students are also calling the attention of President George Mannah Weah, Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor, the National Legislature, the people of Liberia and particularly Minister Sonii to see reasons in settling their arrears.
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