General view of the Security Council meeting on the situation in Liberia Friday. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas
Briefing the Security Council on the situation in Liberia, the United Nations peacekeeping chief has underlined that the country remained stable and that since the security transition in June this year, there had been no incident serious enough to warrant an armed response from the UN mission in the country, known as UNMIL.

Journalists who experienced Jammeh’s wrath now celebrate: Kenneth Y. Best, founder, Daily Observer (Liberia and Gambia) and outspoken Gambian journalists, Fatou Jaw Manneh and Sheriff Bojang Jr.
Few ever predicted that fear had indeed faded from The Gambia as last Thursday’s historic election finally ended a dictator’s grip on power in that country.

Mr. Njie: “African electoral bodies should learn to eschew fraud and build public confidence.”
The Chairman of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) of Gambia, Alieu Momar Njie, has warned heads of electoral bodies to steer clear of fraud and build public confidence by exerting honesty while conducting elections.

Sam Alie Kemokai is wanted by police to answer to questions about his girlfriend Mercy Gbanjah’s death.
Ms. Mercy Gbanjah, 29, the victim of an acid water attack, has died at the JFK Medical Center in Sinkor, Monrovia several hours after her ordeal. The incident took place recently in Logan Town, on Bushrod Island, Monrovia.
Defendant Charles Akanlisa, one of the three persons being tried at Criminal Court ‘C’ for allegedly smuggling 484.4 kilograms of heroin with the market value of US$14,532 via DHL into the country on Thursday, admitted being responsible for importing the illicit drug.

Kenneth Y. Best, Sr., founder and publisher of the Liberian Daily Observer (and founder of the Gambian Daily Observer)
My dear People of The Gambia:

General view of the Security Council meeting on the situation in Liberia Friday. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

Journalists who experienced Jammeh’s wrath now celebrate: Kenneth Y. Best, founder, Daily Observer (Liberia and Gambia) and outspoken Gambian journalists, Fatou Jaw Manneh and Sheriff Bojang Jr.

Mr. Njie: “African electoral bodies should learn to eschew fraud and build public confidence.”

Sam Alie Kemokai is wanted by police to answer to questions about his girlfriend Mercy Gbanjah’s death.

Kenneth Y. Best, Sr., founder and publisher of the Liberian Daily Observer (and founder of the Gambian Daily Observer)

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