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George Weah For President: Liberia’s Highest Office

Liberia’s election results were delayed on Wednesday by hitches at a number of polling stations, with Vice President Joseph Boakai and footballer George Weah seen as the front-runners to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Former international Liberian football icon turned politician and presidential election candidate George Weah (C) prepares to cast his vote at a polling station in Monrovia, on October 10, 2017, during the Liberia presidential elections. Liberians began voting to replace the incumbent president in a contest set to complete the country’s first democratic transition of power in more…

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From the desk of Harmony Bobga Mbuton (Esq.) The President Southern Cameroons Bar

Gentlemen of the Southern Cameroons Bar, I write to inform you that I have just received notice of intent to call off the ongoing strike embarked upon by us since October 6, 2016. I hasten to say that call for calm amongst our members, so that reason may prevail. To assist you along this path, I like to recall as follows:- When we initiated the sit-in strike, we immediately won the admiration of our folks across the board; We took steps to lobby the Two Teachers’ Trade Union of the…

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‘Catalonia Is Spain.’ Spanish Unionists Lead Huge Barcelona Rally

(BARCELONA) — Spanish unionists in Catalonia finally found their voice on Sunday, resurrecting Spain’s flag as a symbol of patriotism after decades of it being associated with the Franco dictatorship. In a defiant challenge to plans by Catalonia’s regional government to unilaterally declare independence, hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets of Barcelona in a surprising outpouring of Spanish unity. Related Searches Catalonia Spain Barcelona MapBarcelona Referendum IndependenceBarcelona Vote For IndependenceBarcelona ProtestsCatalonia Spain Referendum They chanted “Don’t be fooled, Catalonia is Spain” and called for regional president Carles Puigdemont…

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Maurice Kamto Condemns Anglophone Bloodbath, Calls on Supreme Court To Declare Vacancy Of Power

Several deaths, many injuries and important material damages were recorded; in short, blood, fire, tears was the price paid by citizens of the Northwest and Southwestern Regions of Cameroon. All these lost or broken lives could have been saved and the threat of the unity of the country avoided if the Government had not decided to let the situation become worse by rejecting a constructive dialogue with the Anglophone leaders.It now seems that we have all unanimously realised that political dialogue is the sole option. But, the CRM notices that…

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“calling a spade a spade”: are francophones really brothers to the Anglophones?

Maybe I was not clear enough. Let me reiterate again and again. The struggle has never been and will never be Francophones vs Anglophones. However, this does not stop us from calling what it should be as it should be said. Somethings are good to say, and I will say it again, our communities must be cautioned against Francophones. It is a caution and that must be taken seriously. This advise goes to Southern Cameroonians living in both Cameroons. The facts are too clean to be seen. Facebook and social…

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