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Restrictive Movements Resume
On Executive Mansion Avenue

The Liberia National Police says the Executive Mansion which is to host the President and his Office staff has been reopened and that measures have been put in place for vehicular and pedestrian movements beginning today, April 11.
According to the restrictions, no heavy duty truck (six tires onward), three wheelers (Keke) and motorbikes are allowed to ply through the Executive Mansion.
The police also announced that no vehicle is allowed to blow horn while driving through the route of the Executive Mansion and absolutely no one is allowed to take photo (s) within the perimeters of the Executive Mansion.
“Also, there should be no loitering and or gathering of people or posting of bills and placards at the Executive Mansion as anyone caught violating these regulations will be arrested and prosecuted according to our Laws,” the LNP stated.

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