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Liberian Gov’t Vows To Prosecute MPC Leader, Simeon Freeman

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The government has vowed to prosecute the political leader of the Movement for Progressive Change (MPC), Simeon Freeman, for falsely accusing it of planning to kill key politicians.

Freeman told a news conference last Friday in Monrovia that the government had a hit list of ten politicians, including himself, to be killed.
But Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh told a Ministry of Information press briefing Tuesday that the claims made by Freeman were false and misleading, noting that the government has the responsibility to ensure peace and stability in the country.
Meanwhile, Sannoh has called on well-meaning Liberians to always provide the right information on situation in the country and not information that could create chaos and confusion.


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