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In the buildup to Liberia's 177th Independence anniversary, President Joseph Boakai has rallied the country's 5.5 million population to forge unity in building a prosperous nation. Unity has been a recurring theme for many Liberian presidents since the country's independence.

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Liberia: Searching for Unity After 177 Years

In the buildup to Liberia's 177th Independence anniversary, President Joseph Boakai has rallied the country's 5.5 million population to forge unity in building a prosperous nation. Unity has been a recurring theme for many Liberian presidents since the country's independence.

Liberia: STAND Praises Police for Reopening Murder Case Demands Probe into Other Suspicious Deaths

Solidarity and Trust for a New Day (STAND), a prominent civil society organization in Liberia, has praised the Liberia National Police (LNP) for reopening the investigation into the death of Emmanuel Barthan Nyeswa, former Director of the Internal Audit Agency (IAA).

Vice President Koung Visits Monrovia Central Prison

Liberia's Vice President, Jeremiah Kpan Koung, has visited the Monrovia Central Prison (MCP) to assess the conditions and show solidarity with the inmates. The visit, undertaken on behalf of President Joseph Boakai aimed to gain firsthand insights into the challenges facing the country's largest correctional facility.

Man Acquitted of War Crimes in Liberia Gets $426,00 Compensation

The Finnish government has awarded €390,000 ($US426,00) in compensation to Gibril Massaquoi, the former Sierra Leonean rebel leader acquitted in January of war crimes and crimes against humanity prosecutors said he committed during Liberia’s second civil war between 1999-2003. The payment covers Mr. Massaquoi’s loss of liberty and income during the protracted judicial process, which spanned four years.

The Demon Within Boakai’s Dance for Power

There are many paths to the presidency in Africa, and former Vice President Joseph Boakai chose one: dancing with the devils and demons along the way. In his quest for the presidency in 2023, Boakai openly declared that he would go to any length, even "working and dancing with the devil," to achieve his goal.

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