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Liberia: Rights Group Wants Defense Minister Step Down for Threats of Violence Against Demonstrators

On one fateful in 1984, then Master Sergeant Samuel K. Doe issued his infamous order to his Minister of Defense, General Gray D. Allison, to “move or be removed.” The order was for Gray D. Allison to order his soldiers to move against the University of Liberia’s students who were demonstrating for the arrests of opposition figures, including Dr. Amos Sawyer. As a result of that order, members of the Liberian armed forces were un-leased by Gray D. Allison on the university of Liberia’s students

via Liberia: Rights Group Wants Defense Minister Step Down for Threats of Violence Against Demonstrators.

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  1. Hi John,   I thought to send you this information for you to have a read as I am of the opinion that Liberians living in Ghana from 1990 to 2003 contributed significantly to Ghana’s current economic success.   This information is not on Ghana but revealed the amount of remittances in 2011 and 2012 that were sent to Liberia. 

    Sincerely yours,   SimeonSebastianKormon Simeon Sebastian Kormon, MDP(Adv.)                   Secretary Federation of Liberian Communities  Association in Australia(FOLICA, Inc.)___________________________________________________________________Master of Development Practice (Advanced) ,University Of Queensland | AustraliaBachelor of Science of Economics & Political Science,University of Liberia | LiberiaAssociate of Arts of Accounting, United Methodist University  | Liberia Mobile | (+61) 04 0545  9303 | Home  | (+61) 04 6970  5352

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