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Author: Alaskai Moore Johnson
MONROVIA – Ms. Johanna Suberu Svanelind, an official of the Swedish Embassy near Monrovia, on Friday, May 26, officially launched the Civic and Service International (CSI) civic clubs, which are in operation at some schools in Liberia.
Civics and Service International (CSI) wants to forge a partnership with like-minded Donors/partners in order to massively produce the civics text book that is currently being taught in few junior and senior high schools across the country. Making the call recently during a brief remark at the Joint Education Sector Review Conference, which was held in Ganta, Nimba with the theme, “Transformation Education, the Fulcrum for National Development, Mr. Otis S. Bundor, Country Director, CSI said it was very expedient that the civic textbook that his organization, working along the Ministry of Education and others produced, can be mass- published…
Daniel Dennis, president of Students Against Corruption has been accused of sexual harassment by former female colleagues Monrovia – At least one of Daniel K. Dennis’ female colleagues, 21-year-old Isatu Dweh, has alleged that she was raped by Dennis, who carries himself as a rights activist against corruption and abuse.
Monrovia — The Liberian Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) has cleared Mr. Herbie Teconbla MCcauley of all allegations of financial impropriety and corruption.
Eric Willise Wowoh, who is founder/executive director of the Change Agent Network/Opportunity Network Liberia (CAN/ONLIB), has been cleared of all rape allegations at two schools in Bong and Montserrado County Monrovia –The Liberia National Police (LNP) has issued Mr. Eric Willise Wowoh their “confirmation clearance” clearing him of all alleged sexual misconduct (rape) that was said to have taken place within the Alexandria A. Andrews Academy School in Brooklyn Community, Gbarnga, Bong County and the Heart of Grace School located in Jacob’s Town, Rehab City View Community, Lower Johnsonville, Montserrado County.
Commissioner Floyd Oxley Sayor (right) is being accused of illegally inserting US$2.8 Million the NEC Budget to use Canoes, others for 2023 General and Presidential Elections Monrovia – Mr. Floyd O. Sayor, one of the commissioners at the National Elections Commission (NEC), has been accused by the head commissioner, of illegally inserting US$2,809,510 million in the Commission’s 2022 budget leading to the 2023 Presidential and General Elections Budget unbeknownst to her and other members of NEC Board of Commissioners.
Monrovia – The All-Liberian Conference on Dual Citizenship (ALCOD), has welcomed Liberia’s Bicentennial Celebration also dubbed as “Year of the Diaspora Reunion”. This is going to be a ‘reunion’ in Liberia of thousands of blacks from all around the world, including diaspora Liberians, some of whom have never been to the land of their fathers and mothers. These visitors are expected to begin arriving this December 2021 and will continue coming all throughout 2022, marking Liberia’s 200 years of existence.
Monrovia – Approximately 100 students at the 72nd Public School have benefitted from Leading Youths to Foster Transformation in Africa’s (LYFT-Africa) back-to-school donation that it is presently carrying on. According to LYFT, because the COVID-19, which has severely affected the economies of many developing nations, including Liberia, it is buttressing the Liberian government’s efforts to support education. On Tuesday, November 9, students at the 72nd Public School in Paynesville were seen in a jubilant mood receiving back-to-school donations from LYFT Africa, a youth organization in their community. Volunteers of the organization were warmly welcomed by students, administrators, and teachers. Last…
MONROVIA – The distinguished Chairman of the All-Liberian Conference on Dual Citizenship (ALCOD), Mr. Emmanuel S. Wettee is appealing to the Liberian Senate to please concord with the House of Representatives on the passage of the Dual Citizenship Bill that was recently passed by the House.
Monrovia – The Executive Director of the Foundation for Human Rights Defense International-Liberia (FOHRD), Mr. Torbor Tee Wonokay, has rallied members of the human rights community to unite and begin speaking with one voice on national issues affecting Liberians and the country.