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Editorial: Congratulations…Lone Star, But

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Editorial: Congratulations…Lone Star, But

On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, the National Team of Liberia-the Lone Star, recorded its first victory at home under an all Liberian technical staff led by Acting Head Coach Thomas Kojo. Inspired by a visit to their dressing room by a few influential members of the “George Weah Eleven” led by former soccer icon and one-time all international awards winner George Oppong Weah during the first half break, the Lone netted a lone goal through striker Dioh Williams, sending thousands of home fans into celebrations.

 

Editorial: High Expectations for a Victorious Beginning

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Editorial: High Expectations for a Victorious Beginning

The Liberia National Soccer Team, the Lone Star will this afternoon lock horns with the Brave warriors of Namibia at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia. Like others on the continent, today’s encounter is the first for the two team in the qualifying series of the 2013 Orange African Cup of Nations. Ahead of the game, expectations for a victorious beginning for the Lone Star among thousands of home fans continue to remain high.

 

Editorial: Urgent Need for Extra Incentives and Not Inflicted Impressions, Karley

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Editorial: Urgent Need for Extra Incentives and Not Inflicted Impressions, Karley

Christ Massaquo’s first two weeks as Director of the Liberian National Police occasioned a vigorous move against armed robbery and other crimes in Monrovia and its environs, including Paynesville. He may have succeeded against these drug-driven heartless criminals, probably due to the excitement which characterized his appointment by President Ellen Sirleaf late last year. The move by Director Massaquoi and his Liberian National Police, which resulted to a peaceful celebration of Christmas and New Year holidays, attracted public praises from all sectors of the Liberian society.

 

Editorial: The Police Must Re-double Its Efforts Against Armed Robbery

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Editorial: The Police Must Re-double Its Efforts Against Armed Robbery

Christ Massaquo’s first two weeks as Director of the Liberia national Police occasioned a vigorous move against armed robbery and other crimes in Monrovia and its environs, including Paynesville. He may have succeeded against these drug-driven heartless criminals, probably due to the excitement which characterized his appointment by President Ellen Sirleaf late last year.

 

Editorial: Accord Tubman, Others with Respect, CDCians

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Editorial: Accord Tubman, Others with Respect, CDCians

Recently, the National Youth League of the Congress for Democratic Change or CDC issued a statement in Monrovia calling for the resignation of Cllr. Winston A. Tubman as Political leader consistent with his one-term commitment. The League reminded Tubman of his commitment in early 2011 to serve as a one-term standard-bearer, irrespective of the outcome of the general and presidential elections which has come and gone.

 
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