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Rotary Club of Sinkor - Career Fair - June 26, 2017, Willi Mae C. Jones Academy, Sinkor, 18 students participated from grades 10-12, Members of the Rotary Culb of Sinkor served as presenters on their fieled of study

P. Nathaniel Boe, Esq. - Proclamation by the Pittsburgh City Council honoring P. Nathaniel Boe, Esq. and his Team for Excellent Service especially by achieving Zero Audit Finding after Managing over $1.3 Billion of complex Federal Government Funded mixed-finance real estate development and rehab work in the City of Pittsburgh. 

Program Marking The First Fund Raising of Friends of Brumskine [FOB] Saturday May 20, 2017, Monrovia City Hall

National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP), Official Dedication of the newly constructed Regional Office Complex, Kakata, Margibi County, May 19, 2017

Celebration of Life Services of Claudia Keni Burphy Addison - May 7 - 9, 2017

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Election 2017

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Who will be Liberia's next President?

With 23 Political parties registered, the field is crowded and the candidates are many. Who are they? Meet the candidates who are vying to become Liberia's next President. Details...

 

Adding a new dimension to Liberia tourism

A new dimension has been added to Liberia’s tourism industry.The Farmington Hotel at Roberts International Airport, which successfully hosted the ECOWAS conference & Summit is a game-changer for Liberia. The Farmington Resort is located at the river Farmington in Robertsfield / Harbel, right opposite (=less than 100 M!) from Roberts International Airport. Read more...

 

 

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Salt Rehabilitation Clinic Pinning Ceremony For the Class of 2016-2017 of Locally Trained Credentialed Clinicians in the Areas of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies, Saturday, May 13, 2017, at the Event Hall of S. Trowen Nagbe United Methodist Church, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia

Celebration of Life for Mrs. Agnes Theresa Mason-Hoff, Monrovia, Liberia, May 11-12, 2017

Liberian Cancer Society 2nd Annual International Bazaar, Our Lady of Grace International School, 15th street payne avenue sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia, Saturday, April, 29, 2017

A Celebration of the Home Going of Cllr. Theophilus Chapman Gould, April 26 - 28, 2017, Monrovia, Liberia

 

 
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Monrovia – Former Central Bank of Liberia governor Dr. J. Mills Jones has reportedly tipped Rev. Dr. Samuel B. Reeves Jr., the 23rd pastor of one of Liberia’s oldest churches, the Providence Baptist Church, as his running mate ahead of this year’s Presidential elections. Read more....

Bong Citizens Honor President Sirleaf for Leadership, Commitment to Peace, Stability

Gbarnga, Bong County:  Citizens of Bong County have honored President Sirleaf for what they termed her exceptional leadership, commitment to peace, development and stability during the past 11 years.  

According to an Executive Mansion release, the citizens’ remarks were contained in separate statements made to President Sirleaf at various Town Hall Meetings held in Fuamah District, Mano-Wainsue, Lelekpayea Town, Belefinai and Palala Districts last week in Bong County on the final leg of her County Tour. 

The citizens, spoke through their leaders including Representatives Lester M. Paye, Prince K. Moye, Tokpa Mulbah, Corpu Barclay, Superintendent Selena P. Mappy, as well as Messrs Solomon Weawea, John Y.Wennipolue  and Author K. Kpoleh who commended the Liberian leader for her  honest efforts to bring development to Bong County and Liberia at large. 

They acknowledged the Liberian leader for the sustenance of peace and her outstanding leadership ability in steering the affairs of Liberia and ECOWAS. They also recognized the meaningful role she played during the deadly Ebola outbreak and the road from Coca-Cola Factory to the Ganta-Guinea border. Read more...

Disposable Africans – migration and its consequences

Much ink has been spilt trying to make sense of the migration flow across the Mediterranean, a stretch of sea that has become the frontline of capitalism’s most urgent question: What’s more valuable – a human life, or the fraying concept of the sanctity of state borders?

Journalists and commentators have largely framed the boat crossings as a European crisis, and yet the vast majority of the migrants using the major route from Libya to Italy are Africans. They are also the majority of the nearly 2,000 people recorded to have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean so far this year.

Why do young Africans choose to risk all for the attainment of a precarious existence in Europe? Why is Africa home to me, but uninhabitable to my peers?

I went to Palermo, the largest city on the Italian island of Sicily, to try to get some answers. Read more...

President Sirleaf Arrives in Bong County; Dedicates Several Development Projects  

Gbarnga, Bong County: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 arrived in Bong County on final leg of her nationwide county tour, which took her to Belefania, Palala, Zota, Mano-Wainsue, Garmue, Bellemue, among others. She held interactive Town Hall meetings, inspected ongoing projects and dedicated several completed projects.

According to an Executive Mansion release, President Sirleaf was welcomed by the County Legislative Caucus, County leadership led by Superintendent Selena Polson Mappy, traditional chiefs, elders, market women, youth, students and motorcyclists. The County Tour was among other things intended to acknowledge and appreciate citizens for keeping 11 years of continued peace and for electing her twice as President.

Ahead of the Town Hall Meetings, the Liberian leader met with students of the Bong County Community College who presented their grievances in an attempt to seek redress. She dedicated several development projects including Commissioner compounds, Clinic, Town Halls, among others. Read more...

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Speech: “CHANGING MINDSETS, DEVELOPING A GENERATION TO TRANSFORM A NATION”

DELIVERED BY T. NELSON WILLIAMS, II, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN, INTEGRITY CONSULTANCY, INC. AT THE 17TH HONORS DAY PROGRAM AT THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPSICOPAL UNIVERSITY, MONROVIA, LIBERIA, Monday, June 12, 2017. Read full speech...

 
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