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Purdue Pen-Pen Network Fosters Relationship Between Riders, Police
By: David A. Yates
A local Pen-Pen Network has been able to bring the community, Pen-Pen riders (bike riders) and officers of the Liberia National Police (LNP) together with the aim of coordinating crime fighting activities, reduce further tension, and conduct violence-free elections in 2017.
To foster a relationship between the Pen-Pen riders, the police and the community, the Network organized a-four day tournament that saw the police walking away with the trophy in the Barnesville Community, outside Monrovia.
The head of the Network, Grace Yeanay, said the initiative was meant to foster a relationship between the community, pen-pen riders and the LNP as Liberia prepares for the 2017 elections... Read More