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Author: Mae Azango
MONROVIA – Amidst the controversy regarding the stranded Liberian students allegedly beaten by the Moroccan police at the Liberian Embassy in Morocco, Presidential Press Secretary Isaac Solo Kelgbeh, says the police did not move into the Liberian Embassy, rather, they followed students who left the Embassy and disturbing people on the streets.
MOROCCO – Liberian students on government scholarship in Morocco who staged a peaceful protest at the Liberian Embassy there have been forcefully removed from the premises of the Embassy, FrontPageAfrica has gathered.
Monrovia – Over 52 of the 84 stranded Liberian scholarship students in Morocco Wednesday, July 31st, stormed the Liberian Embassy in that country with their belongings, including mattresses, comforters and suitcases, demanding to speak with their country’s President, Mr. George Weah, for their 10-month allowances.
After carefully going through the speech of this year’s orator for our 172nd Independence Day anniversary, on the theme “Together We Are Stronger”, it is indeed worth acknowledging the effort she made in presenting a vivid view from a cross-section of our country on issues that are hindering the strength of our nation. Her novel insight on the stratification of politics in Liberia that has been crafted by our so-called politicians over the years and perhaps unconsciously being lived and practiced by the populace especially those with the partisan mentality cannot be overemphasized but recognize with keenness as an underlying…
Paynesville City – The Paynesville City’s Chief Resilience Officer, Ms. Bindu Brewer, has said that the 100 Resilience Cities (RC), a global network of 100 cities, sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation based in New York, is working towards building Resilience Cities around the world, of which Paynesville City is a member. Throwing light on urban resilience, Ms. Brewer noted that is when a city can identify and withstand crisis, stress and shocks.
MONROVIA – Parents of Liberian scholarship students in Morocco are concerned about the well-being of the children and relatives amid the failure of the Liberian government to live up to its obligations towards the students abroad.
Monrovia – Col. Michel Ange Bangoura, Director of Operations of the Guinean Army, headed a five-man delegation to pay a courtesy visit with the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), headed by Chief of Staff, Major General Prince C. Johnson.
MONROVIA – Nine lawmakers on Friday signed a landmark resolution supporting the establish a war crimes court, to give justice to victims and survivors of the 14-year civil war in Liberia. The lawmakers pledged their support for the resolution at a conference on accountability for war crimes organized by Civitas Maxima, an organization based in Switzerland that offers legal representation for victims of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
MONROVIA – It’s been over a week since the Director of Scholarship at the Ministry of Education, Theohilus Snorton, Sr. told journalists in Monrovia that the Ministry was making frantic efforts pay the arrears of Liberian students stranded in Morocco, however, the deserted students say they’ve seen no sign of the Liberian Government living up to its commitment.
Monrovia – The clouds were gloomy from the very heavy rains that had just fallen in Monrovia. The rain had formed streams, which ran on both sides of the tarmac road at the intersection of Benson and Newport Streets. At this particular spot, are parked three-tire vehicles (tricycle) locally known as Kehkeh whose operators usually rush to anyone approaching them so as to be the lucky one to ferry that or those persons to their destinations. Also at this spot, is rather an unusual dealer in one business, which is very heavily-male dominated, especially among those of them who do…