Clergy Urges Liberians to Learn From the Past

[New Dawn] The chairman of the National Christian Council of Liberia Rev. Dr. Jasper S. Ndaborlor is urging Liberians to learn from the past, noting that Liberians are quick to forget. Speaking Friday, 17 November at a National Peace Mediation Hour joi…

[New Dawn] The chairman of the National Christian Council of Liberia Rev. Dr. Jasper S. Ndaborlor is urging Liberians to learn from the past, noting that Liberians are quick to forget. Speaking Friday, 17 November at a National Peace Mediation Hour jointly observed by Christians and Muslims at the Monrovia City Hall, Rev. Ndaborlor cautioned that Liberians do things repeatedly and want to continue doing things even if they are wrong because they are quick to forget.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mass Non-Surgical Circumcision ‘Prepex’ Curbing HIV Transmission in Rwanda

[New Times] Kamanzi Alex is one of thousands of Rwanda men who have finally decided to have the cut – get circumcised. He has come for his second and last immunization jab against tetanus prior the procedure at Rwamagana hospital.

[New Times] Kamanzi Alex is one of thousands of Rwanda men who have finally decided to have the cut - get circumcised. He has come for his second and last immunization jab against tetanus prior the procedure at Rwamagana hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Cummings Gives U.S.$18K to Patel

[Observer] Although the Alternative National Congress (ANC) admits that the election results caught them completely by surprise, obtaining a tumbling total of 112,067 votes amounting to 7.2 percent of the total votes cast on October 10, 2017, the ANC S…

[Observer] Although the Alternative National Congress (ANC) admits that the election results caught them completely by surprise, obtaining a tumbling total of 112,067 votes amounting to 7.2 percent of the total votes cast on October 10, 2017, the ANC Standard Bearer, Mr. Alexander B. Cummings, is still relentlessly in the vanguard of positively contributing the social-economic progress of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Go Wait for 30 Days’

[Observer] The Supreme Court on Friday urged the ruling Unity Party to wait until November 23, which marks the end of the 30-day period as provided by the National Elections Commission (NEC) to hear and decide complaints arising from the October 10 pre…

[Observer] The Supreme Court on Friday urged the ruling Unity Party to wait until November 23, which marks the end of the 30-day period as provided by the National Elections Commission (NEC) to hear and decide complaints arising from the October 10 presidential and legislative elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

16 to Vote in Laf Elections Saturday

[Observer] The Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) Elections Commission has released the Voter Roll (VR) for its elections, scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 25, 2017 at the headquarters of the Liberia National Olympics Committee (LNOC) on R…

[Observer] The Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) Elections Commission has released the Voter Roll (VR) for its elections, scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 25, 2017 at the headquarters of the Liberia National Olympics Committee (LNOC) on Randall Street, Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Abandon Lawsuit,’ UP Executive Dunah Advises His Party

[Observer] Nimba County District #7 Representative and executive member of the ruling Unity Party (UP), Worlea-Saywah Dunah, seems not to be happy with the political collaboration between the UP and the Liberty Party (LP) of Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine,…

[Observer] Nimba County District #7 Representative and executive member of the ruling Unity Party (UP), Worlea-Saywah Dunah, seems not to be happy with the political collaboration between the UP and the Liberty Party (LP) of Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine, and therefore wants UP to abandon the lawsuit.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Two NEC Executives Trash LP, UP Case

[Observer] Two executives of the National Elections Commission (NEC) over the weekend trashed allegations of fraud and irregularities against the commission in their respective testimonies, saying that the collaborating claims the Unity Party (UP) and …

[Observer] Two executives of the National Elections Commission (NEC) over the weekend trashed allegations of fraud and irregularities against the commission in their respective testimonies, saying that the collaborating claims the Unity Party (UP) and Liberty Party (LP) made show their lack of appreciation for the endeavors the NEC made to conduct free, fair and transparent elections amid national challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia