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Ex NEC Boss Fears the Worst

The outgoing Executive Director of the National Elections Commission (NEC), John K. Langley, has expressed fear that the Commission may encounter difficulties on the way if appropriate issues that are supposed to lead to a successful conduct of the special senatorial elections are not addressed as soon as possible.

Mr. Langley noted that the timeline for the conduct of the election is fast approaching and the Commission is yet to prepare logistically and technically for this national task.


Chief Zanzan Karwor addresses participants.

Amended Constitution Should Reflect Locals’ Views

Chief Zanzan Karwor, Chairman of the National Tradition Council, Friday, November 1, advised the Constitution Review Committee (CRC) to include   views of every citizen before amending the 1986 Constitution of Liberia.

Chief Karwor said if the exercise is participatory, then the amended constitution would reflect the views of the public and they would take ownership of it.

French Embassy School Faces Over US$1,000 Salary Debt

Alliance Francaise de Monrovia, a French Embassy training institution has been summoned by the Monrovia City Court, following a complaint by the school's former director, Mr. Mohammed Kpoghomu, claiming an unpaid salary of US$1,250. 

The French school is situated at 28 Payne Avenue, Sinkor, Monrovia. Mr. Kpoghomu complained that since his contract with the school was terminated in December 2012, Alliance Francaise failed and neglected to pay his balance salary of US$1,250, despite several repeated requests and demands from his legal team. 

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