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The Students’ Protest And The President’s Decision: Is There Any Lesson From Last Thursday’s protest?

The Students’ Protest And The President’s Decision: Is There Any Lesson From Last Thursday’s protest?

By Atty Philip N. Wesseh (PNW) Whenever there are major issues that make headlines or are of great public interest and concern, I always try to look …

Finance Takes Issue With GAC…On Consolidated & Procurement Audit

Finance Takes Issue With GAC…On Consolidated & Procurement Audit

Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, (MFDP) has responded to issues raised by the General Auditing Commission (GAC) on the Special …

NPP Ready For Business…Holds Convention This Month, Grants Clemency

NPP Ready For Business…Holds Convention This Month, Grants Clemency

By Timothy T. Seaklon The former Ruling National Patriotic Party (NPP) is now ready for serious political business as it contemplates its National …

Is Anything Contemptuous About The President’s Letter?

Is Anything Contemptuous About The President’s Letter?

By Atty Philip N. Wesseh (PNW) One story that made headlines in the media in the last two days was the decision of the House of Representatives to …

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IE Boss Tolbert Not Indebted, But…

IE Boss Tolbert Not Indebted, But…

By Edwin G. Wandah Reports of IE Boss being indebted to players and technical staff of the team have been proven false. Recently, some members of IE including IE Manager Papa Kamara said that Mr. Richard Tolbert owes …

New Twist In LFA Elections,-Electoral Guidelines Vs FIFA Statute ,-Who’s To Be Blamed?

New Twist In LFA Elections,-Electoral Guidelines Vs FIFA Statute ,-Who’s To Be Blamed?

It now seems that the ensuing elections of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) is taking a new twist as there are claims that the Elections Commission has violated the Electoral Code and the New Approved Statutes by …

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