Rev. Sandy bounces back for 2017
Rev. Kennedy Sandy, one of the key attractions of the 2011 presidential and legislative election says he’s back to contest the 2017 Presidential elections.Rev. Sandy who announces his return today to lead the Liberian Transformation Party or LTP, to the 2017 elections first made his debut appearance on the Liberian political landscape in 2011.
Education is not a requirement for elected post
The ex-wife of imprisoned former president Charles Ghankay Taylor, nowBong County Sen. Jewel Howard Taylor says “education is not arequirement for people desiring elected offices “from the Presidency down to the Legislature.”
Youth leader arrested for sex with teenage boy
Police Spokesman DCP Sam Collins says investigators at the Women and Children Protection Section of the Liberian National Police are interrogating the head of the Liberian Youth Network Mr. Mawolo Kpadeh for an alleged sexual intercourse with a teenage boy. Mr. Collins told reporters at the Police Headquarters on Capitol Hill Thursday, 27 October that 40 year - old suspect Kpadeh was arrested on Wednesday, 26 October in Margibi County based on a complaint filed by the victim’s parents over the alleged sexual abuse of their 16 year -old son.
Education is most powerful tool for development
The Acting Chairman of the Solidarity Alliance Congress or SAC, Gonpue Emmanuel A. Rogers has noted that education is the most powerful tool that any country can use for development.
U.S. GOV’T LAUDS LIBERIA
The United States Government has commended the Liberian Government for its commitment to democracy and freedom of expression in Liberia. The US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said Liberia, a post conflict country, is a shining example of what commitment to good governance and determination to make progress can do.