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  • Liberia: Justice Minister Writes Election Commission to Halt Certification of Lofa County Senator-elect; as Citizens Protest, Calling for the Independence of the NEC
    by Lennart Dodoo on March 2, 2021 at 7:30 am

    Monrovia — The Minister of Justice Cllr. Frank Musah Dean has written the National Elections Commission (NEC) requesting the halt in the certification of Brownie Samukai, in another blow to the Lofa County Senator-elect.  By Selma Lomax, selma.lomax@frontpageafricaonline.com and Gerald C. Koinyeneh, gerald.koinyeneh@frontpageafricaonline.com The Supreme Court a fortnight ago affirmed the verdict of the lower court The post Liberia: Justice Minister Writes Election Commission to Halt Certification of Lofa County Senator-elect; as Citizens Protest, Calling for the Independence of the NEC appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia Removed From The U.S. Coast Guard Advisory List Of Nations That Do Not Maintain “Effective Anti-Terrorism Measures”
    by Lennart Dodoo on March 2, 2021 at 7:22 am

    MONROVIA — The Liberian government has thanked its United States counterpart for the recent removal of the Liberia from the US Coast Guard Advisory List of nations that do not maintain “effective anti-terrorism measures”. “The Republic of Liberia is removed from the list of the Countries Affected in paragraph B of this Port Security Advisory. The post Liberia Removed From The U.S. Coast Guard Advisory List Of Nations That Do Not Maintain “Effective Anti-Terrorism Measures” appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: President Weah Provides Solar Street Lights in Sass Town, Grand Kru County
    by Willie N. Tokpah on March 2, 2021 at 7:16 am

    SASS TOWN, Grand Kru County — President George Manneh Weah has lit up streets and homes in his native land, Sass Town, Grand Kru County. Felorkri, Sass Town was lit up Sunday evening with solar power on the eve of the President’s departure from the county. The installation of solar lights came few days after The post Liberia: President Weah Provides Solar Street Lights in Sass Town, Grand Kru County appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: Prosecutor Pushes Court to Convict, Jail and Sanction Kosiah
    by James Harding Giahyue on March 2, 2021 at 7:13 am

    BELLINZONA, Switzerland – Alieu Kosiah should be convicted of all the war crimes charges he faces, jailed for a maximum 20 years and then barred from entering Switzerland for 15 years, prosecutors said on Monday in their final argument four days to the end of the historic trial. By James Harding Giahyue, New Narratives Senior The post Liberia: Prosecutor Pushes Court to Convict, Jail and Sanction Kosiah appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: Body of Woman Gruesomely Murdered Discovered In Paynesville, 72nd Community
    by Gerald C. Koinyeneh on March 2, 2021 at 7:05 am

    Paynesville – Police in Monrovia have launched an investigation into the mysterious death of a 46-year old woman whose body was discovered in the 72nd Community early Monday. According to Police Spokesperson Moses Carter, the deceased, identified as Florence Massaquoi was a resident of Rock Community in Paynesville. He said based on agreement between the The post Liberia: Body of Woman Gruesomely Murdered Discovered In Paynesville, 72nd Community appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.

  • Liberia: Health Min. Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah Applauds ArcelorMittal Liberia for Great Support to Health Sector
    by Press Release on March 2, 2021 at 6:57 am

    YEKEPA, Nimba County — Liberia’s Health Minister Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah has commended ArcelorMittal Liberia for its tremendous support to the country’s health sector, especially during this time of the fight against the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Visiting the company’s Yekepa Hospital at the weekend, Dr. Jallah named the donation of medical supplies including much-needed ventilators, oxygen concentrations, The post Liberia: Health Min. Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah Applauds ArcelorMittal Liberia for Great Support to Health Sector appeared first on FrontPageAfrica.