Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, Listen to Cllr. Allison!

[Observer] They say “A word to the wise is quite sufficient.” But Counselor Frances Johnson Allison’s erudite, forthright and profound piece, published in the Monday edition of our newspaper, is far more than a word. It is an elaborate opinion based st…

[Observer] They say "A word to the wise is quite sufficient." But Counselor Frances Johnson Allison's erudite, forthright and profound piece, published in the Monday edition of our newspaper, is far more than a word. It is an elaborate opinion based strictly on the Constitution of Liberia, which is the immortal and permanent Law of the land, changeable ONLY BY THE PEOPLE through Constitutional Referendum.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

UNDP Envoy Underscores Girls Education and Women’s Safety

[Observer] The United Nations Development Program’s Goodwill Ambassador and Crown Prince of Norway, Haakon Magnus, has underscored the need for girl’s education and women’s safety to be prioritized if the government would achieve its Sustainable Develo…

[Observer] The United Nations Development Program's Goodwill Ambassador and Crown Prince of Norway, Haakon Magnus, has underscored the need for girl's education and women's safety to be prioritized if the government would achieve its Sustainable Development Goals. Crown Prince Magnus said it was significant for women to be involved in order for the SDGs to be achieved. He told women at the Fish Market in Sinkor that he understands the tough times, and their resilience and endurance in bringing peace to the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Cabinet Reshuffle Will Harm NGOs, Warns Organisation

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle and the credit ratings downgrade will make it harder for already struggling NGOs to raise money, the Community Chest of the Western Cape warned on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle and the credit ratings downgrade will make it harder for already struggling NGOs to raise money, the Community Chest of the Western Cape warned on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Over 886 Thousand Voters Go to the Polls IEC Chairman Reassures Spot Counting As He Calls On the Media to Transmit Results As It Unfolds

[Foroyaa] Mr. Alieu Momarr Njai has assured the election observer community that the counting of the results would be on the spot and the media has a role to play by transmitting the process as it unfolds.

[Foroyaa] Mr. Alieu Momarr Njai has assured the election observer community that the counting of the results would be on the spot and the media has a role to play by transmitting the process as it unfolds.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Security Updates of Observers By the IGP

[Foroyaa] Addressing the groups of election observers, the Inspector General of Police Yankuba Sonko has stated that his office is doing everything possible to making sure that the forthcoming parliamentary elections to be violent free despite the hitc…

[Foroyaa] Addressing the groups of election observers, the Inspector General of Police Yankuba Sonko has stated that his office is doing everything possible to making sure that the forthcoming parliamentary elections to be violent free despite the hitches on some issues. He indicated that election periods are very sensitive especially for the security. "This is because when peace loving individuals are going about their decent politics, some other unscrupulous individuals may want to take advantage of the situation

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

EU Adds 14 Short-Term Observers to Its Election Observer Team

[Foroyaa] The European Union Chief Observer on Monday, April 03, bade farewell to 14 short-term observers who are deployed across the country to observe the upcoming National Assembly Election slated for April 6.

[Foroyaa] The European Union Chief Observer on Monday, April 03, bade farewell to 14 short-term observers who are deployed across the country to observe the upcoming National Assembly Election slated for April 6.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Gambia Can Return to Dictatorship If Govt Is Not Properly Directed’ Halifa Sallah

[Foroyaa] The PDOIS Secretary General and its Serekunda constituency National Assembly candidate Halifa Sallah says the Gambia could find itself back into dictatorship if the government is not properly directed by competent National Assembly members.

[Foroyaa] The PDOIS Secretary General and its Serekunda constituency National Assembly candidate Halifa Sallah says the Gambia could find itself back into dictatorship if the government is not properly directed by competent National Assembly members.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia