President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said that her attention was drawn to a surge of profanities on social media a week following the end of the first round of voting.
Liberian President Slams Abuses, Violence Ahead of Runoff Elections
FrontPageAfrica, 19 October 2017
Ahead of the upcoming run-off Presidential elections, Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has condemned in the strongest terms what she calls the abuse and misuse of social… Read more »
Ellen Frowns At 'Abuses' On Social Media
Observer, 20 October 2017
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has denounced the spate of abuses that has been posted on social media by Liberians during the recent elections , suggesting that the country's… Read more »
The police did not single out any group, but some opposition parties have expressed dissatisfaction with the result of the October 10 elections. Read more »
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