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In Liberia, a techie fights crime, improves the hood, digitally

In Liberia, a techie fights crime, improves the hood, digitally

TINA S. MEHNPAINE, BIRD STORY AGENCY IN their office in a tall building on 15th Street, in the Sinkor district, Monrovia, a group of young men and women are caught in an intense and clearly, important flurry of activity. Some are huddled over computers speaking into headsets, others have mobile phones to their ears and some are giving and taking orders against a constant beeping noise in the background. This is a normal day at My Watchman, according to chief executive, Oliver Klark. He is seated at the far end of the room, strategically stationed behind a big wooden desk,…
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