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Police On Loud Sounds From Bars, Religious Places
Date Uploaded: Dec 15, 2016

 Police Spokesman Sam Collins


Police On Loud Sounds From Bars, Religious Places
By Chiedi E. Nyenmoh

MONROVIA, December 15 (LINA) - The Liberia National Police(LNP) has issued a new regulation requiring entertainment centers, churches and mosques to turn down loud sounds in the communities in which they operate.

Speaking on the UNMIL Radio morning show “Coffee Break’’ Wednesday, Police Spokesman Sam Collins said the new regulation should be in place perpetually as long as Liberia exists.

Collins said the Police have received a number of complaints from several community residents that they cannot sleep at night or concentrate due to loud noises from churches, entertainment centers and mosques, adding that the police are going to engage them in “a very professional manner.”

He said churches, mosques and entertainment centers have the right to run their businesses, but not to disturb public peace, stressing that they should not engage in making loud noise for their comfort at the discomfort of others.

He warned that drastic action will be taken against violators of the regulation.


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