Entries by Mulbah Flomo

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Pres. Sirleaf Decries Electoral Violence

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has decried electoral violence as counter-productive to the peace a stability of the nation. According to an Executive mansion release issued Thursday, October 19, 2017, the government’s attention was been drawn to displays on social media of extremely inimical posts to the survival of Liberia’s peace and democracy. The Liberian leader […]

Repackaging: Campaign ‘Explosives’

  By: Lewis K. Glay 0886469835/lglay.inprofile@gmail.com  “We expect re-enforced campaign strategies from both parties to convince Liberians to vote either way.  Bad politics will be played as we saw during the first round of the electoral process.  However, all that matters is a peaceful runoff, void of cheating and outside influence. Let Liberians decide who […]

PUL Troubled Over Attack in Journalist’s Home

The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has called on authorities of the Liberia National Police (LNP) to expeditiously investigate an arson attack on the home of Journalist Smith Toby last Wednesday. Toby’s home was attacked early Wednesday by unknown men on the highway leading to the Roberts International Airport. In a press release issued Wednesday, […]

No Demonstrations Without Permit -Police Warns

The Liberia National Police (LNP) has warned against demonstrations without permit. The New Liberia National Police Act of 2015 states that, “Prior to the holding of any special event in the form  of Demonstration, March or similar event in the public place, the organizers must notify the County Attorney in the County where the event […]

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LCS, Partner Conduct Free Breast Cancer Screening

By Mafanta Kromah The Liberia Cancer Society (LCS), in partnership with the SDA Cooper Hospital, is conducting a free breast cancer screening program focused on free breast exam and consultation to women and men between age 15 to 19. Addressing a press conference Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at the African Methodist Episcopal University Administrative Building […]

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SWAT Debunks Negative Reports On ‘Bella Luna’ Rice

A major Liberian rice importer, Supply West Africa Traders (SWAT) has termed as “slanted news,” report insinuating that a consignment of Bella Luna Indian Parboiled Long Grain Rice contaminated with harmful substance is headed to West Africa from an unknown destination. The Chief Executive Officer of SWAT, George N. Nehme, has told journalists in Monrovia […]

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EPA Releases Findings On Alleged Polluted Water In Bong

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Crisis Management Team have discovered  the MNG uncontrolled discharge of slurry that contains high concentration of cyanide. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the September 27, 2017 intervened into rupture of a section of the geo-membrane of the Tailing Storage Facility (TSF) which occurred at the MNG Gold […]