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Liberia: Opposition figure arrested over Facebook post

– – Police in Liberia have arrested an official of the opposition Unity Party, Mohammed Ali, over his Facebook posts. The Facebook posts have been linked to “arson attacks” at the headquarters of the National Elections Commission and the home of an associate justice of the Supreme Court in the capital, Monrovia. Mohammed Ali is the Unity Party Secretary General… Read More
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Liberia: President Weah’s new song puzzles citizens

– – Liberians are puzzled by a new song released by their president, George Weah which talks about liars. The song titled “Mr Liar Man” is the fourth song released by the former footballer-turned politician. George Weah is a part time musician this latest song sung in a reggae style seems to puzzle many as they wonder who he is… Read More
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Liberia’s Weah angry at ‘rude citizens’ asking him for money

– – Liberia’s President George Weah has expressed anger at some of his citizens who continue to ask him for favours but refuse to show him respect. According to the Liberian leader, he receives on daily basis numerous text messages from many citizens especially young people. But the tone of the messages according to him is distasteful and full of… Read More
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Liberia: Radio station critical of President Weah shutdown

Liberian President George Weah’s resolve for press freedom is coming under serious scrutiny after riot police shut a popular radio station critical of him. The police reportedly broke into offices of Roots FM in the capital, Monrovia following a discussion on the alleged wasteful spending by the President. Henry Costa, the station’s US-based owner who hosts the show that discussed… Read More
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Liberia: Anti-George Weah protesters arrested

At least 15 protesters agitating against the George Weah Presidency were arrested on Wednesday in the capital, Monrovia. They were arrested for defying a government order not to stage a protest against President Weah, police said. According to the police, the protesters broke through police lines to assemble and had no permit to getting unto the street. The group of… Read More