Liberian Traders Divided Over Call to Protest
Unlike January when businesses shut down in protest against worsening economic conditions, the latest call by the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia was largely ignored.
Inside a Liberian market building (file photo).
New Republic, 11 April 2017
The much-talked about Go-slow action planned by the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL) Monday was faintly observed by the business community. Juxtaposed to previous Go-slow… Read more »
FrontPageAfrica, 10 April 2017
Officers of the Liberia National Police are in ready mode on a day, members of the Patriotic Entrepreneurs ordered its members and local businesses to close to the public in a… Read more »
Govt of Liberia, 10 April 2017
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Monday convened a Special National Security Council Meeting to hold discussions on a number of national issues. Read more »
Organizers say unlike the three-day protest which shut down parts of Monrovia, the one planned for April 10 will go on until the government can address worsening economic ... Read more »
Organizers say stores and other marketplaces will remain shut for three days to protest against increment in tariffs and taxes. Read more »