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Investigate Uniformed Armed Robbers

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Investigate Uniformed Armed Robbers

It is no doubt that the rate of armed robbery in Liberia presently is as high and uncontrollable as alarming. When many had thought the imposition of the current 9 pm to 6am curfew would have served as a deterrent to perpetrators of the crime,  it was the opposite. The vulnerability of a number of communities in Monrovia and its environs due to the absence of police patrols continues to stimulate the commission of armed robberies.

 

Enforcing Curfew: protection and safety are paramount

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Enforcing Curfew: protection and safety are paramount

Since the imposition of a night time curfew on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by the Government of Liberia as an additional measure to combat the deadly Ebola virus in the country, armed robbery continue to increase at an alarming rate.

 

Appreciating Independent Board of Inquiry

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Appreciating Independent Board of Inquiry

As part of the measure against the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, the Government of Liberia, through President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, last Wednesday announced a nationwide curfew and the quarantining of the Township of West Point in Central Monrovia and Dolo Town in Margibi County.

 

New anti-Ebola measures welcomed, But…

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New anti-Ebola measures welcomed, But…

Like President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf intimated in one of her recent addresses to the nation, the difficulty in controlling the current outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus disease in Liberia is the direct result of persistent denials, cultural varying practices, disregard for the advice of health workers and disrespect for the warnings by the government.

 

Reassess ‘Action Plan’ against Ebola

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Reassess ‘Action Plan’ against Ebola

From a total of 1,145 deaths reported by the World |Health Organization, or WHO in West Africa since the outbreak, more than 400 people are known to have been killed by the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia. It is no doubt that if the Government of Liberia does not redouble its efforts in all commitment and sincerity, the number may double in the shortest period of time. Redoubling its efforts entails a reassessment of its ‘action plan’, as well as re-thinking its political will to finally and ‘once-and-for-all’ deal with the outbreak.

 
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