In Frustration: Hurricane Broh Withdraws Operations on Somalia Drive

The head of the Presidential capital beautification Task Force, Madam Mary Broh, popularly known as “Hurricane Broh” or “General Broh,” has announced that she will be withdrawing her team from Somalia Drive due to “too much interference” by district Representative Joseph Saah.

Rep. Saah was reportedly seen halting the Task Force’s operations recently while hundreds of community dwellers cheered him on. Upon receiving a call from her Task Force on November 22 that their operations were being stopped by Rep. Saah, Madam Broh said she was quitting the area.

16 Days of Activism launched by Gender Ministry

Violence against women
Child marriage
Gender Based Violence (GBV)
116 Help-lines Initiative launched

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MGCSP), will tomorrow officially launch the 25th observance of the 16 Days of Activism, to be followed by the signing of a SGBV Joint Program and the launch of a 116 Child Help-lines bank, according to a press release from the ministry.

An unregistered albino found in a Bomi Hills classroom

Protecting Albino Children

For generations, albinos have suffered because of the belief some countries and people have that leads them to hunt, kill and dismember albinos in the hope of ‘hitting the jackpot’ – that is, getting rich – which is outright cruel.

According to Wikipedia, Albinism in humans is a congenital disorder characterized by the complete or partial absence of pigment (color) in the skin, hair and eyes. Albinism is also associated with a number of vision defects.

Lack of skin pigmentation makes a person more susceptible to sunburn, skin cancers and infection.

Women to Launch New Organization Tomorrow

The political landscape will be enhanced with the emergence of the Women’s Agenda for Leadership in Liberia (WALL) a new organization expected to be officially launched in Monrovia tomorrow Thursday, November 10.

According to a statement signed by Dr. Evelyn Kandakai and Mrs. Myrtle Gibson, both senior members of WALL, the organization will contribute to the country’s democratic process and provide women candidates support in the upcoming 2017 presidential and legislative elections. WALL also aims to encourage women to vote during the elections.

The Stigma behind the Question “Are you gay?”

Ma Tee is always asked this question more often than usual: “Are you a lesbian?”

Maybe it’s her dress code; she likes dressing like a boy. As a result she finds herself dressing more “boy-ish” than like a girl. Although she is the first to tell you she is a natural tomboy, but whenever people stare at Ma Tee and start whispering before the question pops up again, she always politely responds: “No, I am not gay.”


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