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Pres. Sirleaf Drops Mary Broh - Wants Senate Vet Others
On Thursday August 8th, members of the Liberian Senate were in full gear going through tense legislative debates in the plenary when a shocking communication from President Ellen Johnson, pulled out of the docket of the Senate Secretary, revealed that Madam Mary Broh’s name had been withdrawn from among the nominated names up for confirmation before that august body.
Begging for Pardon Darius Dillon: “I Ask and Seek Forgiveness” of Liberty Party The clock is tilting. The bandwagon of Unity Party’s 12-year voyage as the ruling Party is nearing an anchoring point. And as Liberia’s political culture is, all the squirrels that had jumped on board for red palm nuts abandoning their nests will be seen returning home.
Celebrating the CPA Despite the difficulties of the day, or at least as critics of the current political regime may call it, both supporters and opponents of Government are unanimous in one particular observation: that peace, since 2003, has created the space for personal and collective growth amongst the population and permitted a national discourse for democratic revival and progress.
CDC Plans Major Protest against President, If…   Opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC ) headed by its political leader, Liberia’s Peace Ambassador, George Weah, has declared the month of January, 2014 as the beginning of major protests to demand the resignation of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf as president of Liberia.

Twenty officers of the Liberia National Police have returned to the county following weeks of intensive training in the United States of America.

 The training covered mobile and foot patrols, community policing, report writing, mind set, and strategy planning among others critical areas of importance.

The training was part of a capacity building program for the LNP organized by the United States Government to help the Liberian police force discharge its function in a more organized and professional manner.

Speaking at a former program to welcome the officers back home from the US, the Director of Police Chris Massaquoi said the leadership of the Liberia National Police was grateful for the opportunity extended to the police by the US government and called on other friendly countries and governments to help the police in capacity building.

“We need more of these trainings to enhance the capacity of our officers for the challenges ahead as the UN Mission draws down”, the Inspector General said while addressing the officers.

The Liberian Police Chief admonished the officers to use the skills acquired for the   good of   the Liberia National Police as much will be expected of them by the leadership of the LNP and the country as a whole, as they contribute their quota to the rebuilding process of the country.

He said the returnees will be assigned on the field across the fifteen political subdivisions of the country to help train other officers acquire the knowledge they have acquired while in the United States.

Director Massaquoi assured the officers of his administration fullest support in building the capacity of the men and women of the Liberia National Police which he said was significant for the country’s security sector as the United Nations Mission in Liberia gradually draw down its forces in the country.

The Liberian Police Inspector General said he was confident that the skills acquired by the men will be used to benefit the force in many areas.

At the same-time Director Massaquoi is encouraging university graduates to consider joining the Liberia National Police as the police will afford them many opportunities to serve their country.

He said the administration of the police has reached a decision to increase the salaries of all university graduates in the police force, as a means of encouraging other university graduates to join the Police force.

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