Entries by Fredrick Gaye

‘We Need Value’ -Women Tell Aspirants

By: Mafanta Kromah The women of Montserrado County District #14 are admonishing all women politicians and aspirants in the district to be of more value. They said it is not just about putting women in the house but ones that will seek interest of women, the youth and the district at large. They made the statement […]

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ECC Ends Policy Dialogue in Eight Counties

By Mafanta Kromah The Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) has concluded a policy dialogue with representatives of political parties, civil society organizations, local government officials, youth groups and women organizations in Gbarnga, Bong County. The forum brought together more than 60 participants. An official of the ECC, Eddie Jarwolo, said the policy dialogues are being held […]

Debt Payment Fraud -MFDP Official Alleges

Ministry of Finance and Development Immediately after taking over in 2006, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf constituted an inter-ministerial vetting committee (IVC), with the assistance of international consultancy firms and experts to develop strategies in settling domestic debts government owed under previous regimes. The committee and its partners did not only vet claims, but also prepared […]

“Women Have Disregarded Womanhood” -Female Aspirant

By Mafanta Kromah A female representative aspirant of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC), Grady Walker, says women have neglected womanhood, thus preventing many of them from taking state offices. Madam Walker maintains that unlike men, women are self and strong-hearted, as such people are afraid to vote them in to power on grounds that they will forget their […]

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Liberia-China Friendship Organization Urges Liberians To Elect Leaders That Will Protect One-China Policy

The Liberia-China Friendship Organization (LICFO) is calling on Liberian voters to participate in the electoral process to elect individuals who will support and uphold the One-China Policy. “You get the politicians you warrant if you don’t vote right by accessing the candidates who will reflect the interest of the nation and the aspirations of its […]

Female Law Enforcers End Retreat in Gbarnga

By Abel R. Okai in Bong County Participants    The Liberia Female Law Enforcement Association (LIFLEA), in collaboration with UN Women, has ended a two-day national retreat for sixty female security officers in Gbarnga Bong County under the theme “Enhancing a Vibrant Female Security Network”. The retreat was conducted on May 5-6 2017, at the Development Education Network Liberia […]