Jerry U. Gardiner

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The administration of President George Weag has been warned that the ongoing bicentennial celebration is being held within an environment of high inequality, unemployment, political corruption, and mass poverty among the people of Liberia. The bicentennial, which the government has invested a lot in since last year, kicked-off on Jan. 7 at Providence Island and...
Monrovia – The Liberia National Police (LNP) Commissioner for Training and Man Power Development, Dao R. Freeman has called on Liberians to put their difference aside in this post elections era and come together to move the country forward. Speaking to reporters at the end of a one day peace building and conflict resolution workshop at the...
Monrovia – I thank our partners, including the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Peacebuilding Office, Search for Common Ground, the Liberia Peace Ambassador, the Independent Commission on Human Rights and Naymote for their continued commitment and efforts, and for bringing us together today. I am told you have had rich discussions over the past two days,...
Monrovia – President George Weah has gone roughly six months into his tenure with much attention being drawn to his commitment of his first 100-day deliverables as well as campaign promises, which a renowned Liberian lawyer, Cllr. T. Negbalee Werner, has named as a moral and legal obligation of Mr. Weah. Cllr. Werner, Dean of the...
The Civil Society Organization held two-day meeting aimed to provide an opportunity for civil society actors to identify areas of collaboration and develop a unified approach to counteract the shrinking civic space, utilizing both digital and non-digital concepts. The ultimate goal is to establish mechanisms that will enable civil society actors to proactively respond to...
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