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Leave your comments on these news snippets for Friday, Nov. 25, 2022 presentation of News Net at 6 a.m. and we will read them on OK FM 99.5 MHz/www.okfm.com.1…..About 1.6 million Liberians have been enumerated within less than a month; latest Statistics from LISGIS reveals Latest Statistics from the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services shows that about 1.6 Million people have already been counted within less than a month. The Latest Statistics was released by LISGIS Acting Director General Lawrence George, at the ministry of Information press briefing on Thursday, November 24,2022.Mr. George expressed optimism that there will be more speed in the enumeration exercise in the coming days. Meanwhile, the LISGIS acting Director General apologized to the public for the discomfort experienced at the beginning of the enumeration process.2…..Ministry of Public Works breaks ground for reconstruction of 6.5 kilometers road leading from Freeport to St. Paul bridge in Montserrado County. The Ministry of Public work has broken grounds for the reconstruction of 6.5 kalomiter road leading from Freeport to St. Pual bridge in Montserrado County. Speaking at the ground breaking ceremony on Thursday, Public Works Minister Ruth Coker Collins said the project is a 24 months project, while calling on citizen to cooperate with the contractors. Minister Collins at the same time stated that the ministry will monitor every aspect of the road and thereby challenges the contractors to be committed to their job.3….. Press Union of Liberia constitutes Independent Media Committee to investigate disagreements arising from controversial election in Bong County The Press Union of Liberia has constituted an Independent Media Stakeholders Committee to investigate the disagreements arising from the controversial election in Gbarnga, Bong County. Those named on the committee include; UL Professor Weade Kobbah Bolay, Visiting US based Liberian Journalist Melisa Annan-Chea, representing the Association of Liberian Journalist in the Americas (ALJA), the CEO of SKY FM Martin Brown, and veteran Journalist Trokon Tarr. Others are; Spoon Network General Manager Tete Kanneh, Teah Doegmah and the Chairman of the University of Liberia Department of Media Studies Uriah Togar.