The Young Ambassadors for Peace or YAP, a local group says Liberia is at a crossroads and it’s time young people of Liberia do away with violence and engage in activities that will promote peace across the country.
The National Housing Authority or NHA here in Liberia says all is setfor the dedication of phase three of 70 additional housing units inBerwerville City, Montserrado County.
Liberia’s Fashion Ambassador Madam KimmaWreh has called on citizens in the country to be patriotic in promoting the country by wearing the country cloth. Amb.Wreh told a regular press briefing at the Ministry of Information recently in Monrovia that it was about time that Liberians realize the importance of the country cloth, adding that “we need to continue wearing our country cloth; our tie and dyeing and this require the collaborative efforts of every citizen across the country”.
Liberia’s Peace Ambassador William R. Tolbert is urging youth across the country to denounce violence in form or act, and rather focus on peace initiative as the country gets closer to the October 2017 representatives and presidential elections.
The standard bearer of the governing Unity Party Vice President Joseph NyumahBoakai is playing his card tightly to his chest, not letting the public or even UP partisans to know who he intends to pick as his running mate for the October elections.
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Presidential hopefuls Counselor Charles Walker of the Liberty Party (LP) and Senator George Mannah Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has been paired in a national debate here, ahead of the October elections in many say is a mismatch as the CDC leader had never availed himself for any public debate.
The race for the Liberian presidency in October is making politicians here to leave no stone unturned, using every available opportunity including their children to get electorate’s attention.
The political leader of the opposition political party Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction has called on Liberians to reject any aspirant in the October election, who is a member of the Free and Accepted Mason or anyone who is a homosexual.
The newly elected Resident Bishop of the Liberia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church Rev. Samuel J. Quire, Jr. is calling on United Methodists across the country to support a Methodist candidate in the October elections.
The premises of the Center Street Police sub-station in central Monrovia over the weekend were scene of fighting between police officers and an unidentified civilian.