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Vice President Joseph Boakai seems not to be leaving any stone unturned in his attempt to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as President of Liberia in January 2018. Reports this paper gathered revealed that Veep Boakai is not only crisscrossing the country and receiving plethora of support, but also touching basis with traditional people to provide accommodations for him culturally.


-To Prevent, Detect Infectious Diseases
The United States has hailed Liberia’s efforts toward preventing, detecting and responding to infectious disease threats. On behalf of the Trump Administration, Health and Human Services Secretary, Dr. Tom Price, said the US was proud of Liberia’s progress in the ability to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats.


- Partisans Demand Commitment To Arrangement With ALP, LINU
Nimba County Senator and political leader of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MDR), Prince Yormie Johnson, aliased PYJ, is said to be under extreme pressure from senior partisans of his party to commit himself to the Joint Technical Committee (JTC) which united the MDR, Liberia National Union (LINU) of Nathaniel Blama and the All Liberian Party (ALP) of businessman Benoni Urey.


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