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About Moses
Is a award winning multimedia Journalist and storyteller based in Liberia.

He’s available for coverage on any topic from Liberia and about Liberia.

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Liberia election results: Joseph Boakai on track to defeat George Weah

Main web outages reported throughout Africa

14 Mar 2024  |  PressNewsAgency
Main web disruption has been reported across several African countries, including South Africa, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Benin, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. The Nigerian Communications Commission attributed the outages to damage to international undersea cables along the West African coastline. Connectivity has since been restored in Liberia and South Africa, but the disruptions have caused significant difficulties for individuals and businesses reliant on the internet. Various organizations, including Netblocks and the Liberia Telecommunications Authority, have reported on the extent and causes of the outages.

Defeated George Weah hailed for his sportsmanship

19 Nov 2023  |  pressnewsagency.org
Liberian President George Weah, who has been in office since 2018, conceded defeat to Joseph Boakai in the recent elections, a move that has been widely hailed for its sportsmanship and statesmanship. Weah's early concession, before the official results were announced, has been seen as a positive step for democracy in Liberia, a country with a history of civil war. The Global Justice and Research Project and other analysts praised Weah for his peaceful approach and the Economic Community of West African States thanked him for his commitment to peace. While Weah's presidency is noted for tolerance and infrastructural development, his administration also faced criticism for corruption scandals and the national football team's performance. The president-elect, Joseph Boakai, has promised to focus on fighting corruption and boosting agricultural production.

Liberian leader George Weah hailed for his sportsmanship after accepting defeat

19 Nov 2023  |  bbc.co.uk
Liberian President George Weah has been commended for his sportsmanship in conceding defeat to his rival Joseph Boakai in the presidential race, a move that has been seen as rare in Africa and has helped prevent post-election tension. Weah, who has been president since 2018, received 49.11% of the vote with results from 99.58% of polling stations counted. His concession is viewed as a victory for Liberian democracy and a testament to the maturity of the country's political process. The elections were the first since the departure of UN peacekeepers in 2003. Regional bloc Ecowas and various Liberian figures have praised Weah's actions, which are seen as setting a positive example for democracy in West Africa. Weah's presidency is also noted for tolerance, infrastructural development, and the absence of political prisoners or jailed journalists. The president-elect Boakai has pledged to focus on fighting corruption and boosting agricultural production.

Liberia election results: President George Weah calls Joseph Boakai to congratulate him

17 Nov 2023  |  bbc.co.uk
Liberian President George Weah conceded defeat in the presidential race to his challenger Joseph Boakai, who holds an unassailable lead with 50.89% of votes. Weah, who has been in power since 2018, faced criticism for not addressing corruption and economic issues. He expressed respect for the democratic process and urged national unity. Celebrations erupted in Monrovia as Boakai's victory became apparent. The election was the tightest since the civil war, with a run-off triggered by the lack of a majority in the first round. Boakai campaigned on rescuing Liberia from mismanagement, while Weah touted his achievements, including free university tuition.

Gloria Maya Musu-Scott: Liberia's ex-chief justice sentenced to life for murder

06 Oct 2023  |  BBC
Liberia's former chief justice and justice minister, Gloria Maya Musu-Scott, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of her niece, Charloe Musu. The trial, which attracted significant public attention, especially in the lead-up to the presidential election, concluded with a jury convicting Musu-Scott and three other women. Musu-Scott, a prominent figure in Liberian politics and a member of President-elect Joseph Boakai's party, denied the charges, claiming an assassin was responsible. Her lawyer plans to appeal the conviction, alleging judicial errors and interference by justice ministry officials.

Liberian President Wants to Shorten Terms for Legislature, Executive

21 Aug 2019  |  www.voanews.com
Liberian President George Weah has proposed reducing term lengths for the executive and legislative branches, suggesting a five-year term for the president and representatives, and seven years for senators. The plan aims to encourage officials to serve the public from the onset of their terms. A retreat was held to discuss 25 proposed bills, including one for dual citizenship. Some legislators support the idea, while others call for a constitutional rewrite, a process deemed lengthy and resource-intensive. Previous term-shortening recommendations from a Constitutional Review Committee had failed to advance.

Goal six of the global development agenda the Sustainable Development Goals, calls on governments and development partners to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. Under this pillar; it is stated that by the year 2030 the Countries in the world must achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all. But in Liberia it is a challenging undertaking as the lack of water is a nightmare for many citizens living in urban areas let alone the rural parts of the Country.


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