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September 7, 2017.  MONROVIA, The Men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity hosted a Leadership and Career Planning Workshop through the Alpha Leadership Academy on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at Hotel Provident.  The participants were students from Cuttington University, Stella Maris Polytechnic University, A.M.E. Zion University, A.M.E. University, STARZ Technical University, United Methodist University and SDA University. This all day workshop was facilitated by all professional members of Alpha Phi Alpha. Read more...

 

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UN News - Upcoming elections will signal Liberia on ‘irreversible course’ towards democracy, President Sirleaf tells UN

19 September 2017 – Addressing the United Nations General Assembly just 22 days ahead of historic elections in Liberia, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf today said the polls will signal Read more...

President Off to Attend 72nd Session of UN General Assembly in New York

Monrovia, Liberia: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has departed the country to attend the main and marginal activities relating to the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, the United States of America.

According to an Executive Mansion release, the President departed the country on Sunday, September 17, 2017 and is expected to be away from September 18 – October 2, 2017.

Meanwhile, the Hon. Attorney-General and Justice Minister, Cllr. Frederick Cherue will serve as Coordinator of the Cabinet in consultation with the Vice President and in telephone consultation with the Liberian Chief Executive.

President Sirleaf Issues Executive Order #-88; Extends EO #76 - Establishing National Early Warning and Response Mechanism Coordinating Center  

Monrovia, Liberia: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 88 – an extension of Executive Order # 76; establishing the National Early Warning and Response Mechanism Coordinating Center (NEWRMCC)

According to an Executive MansionExecutive Order notes; Whereas, Liberia is a signatory to the Treaty establishing the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), signed on 28 May 1975 in Lagos and revised on 24 July 1993 in Cotonou; Whereas, Article 58 (f) of the Revised ECOWAS Treaty (1993) provides for the establishment of a regional peace and security observance system and peacekeeping forces where appropriate. Read more...

WORLD CONFERENCE OF MAYORS HOST WORLD TRADE AND INVESTIMENT SUMMIT

In commemoration of its 33rd Anniversary, the World Conference of Mayors (WCM) in collaboration with the International Black Broadcasters Association (IBBA) will be hosting a landmark International Trade and Investment Conference, slated to convene in Detroit, Michigan, USA Beginning October 23-27, 2017.

The Conference which will be held under the theme, “Sustaining Economic Growth and Development in the 21st Century Cities, is expected to bring together over 250 Mayors (past and present), other  municipal administrators, heads of multi-national corporations, investors, trade specialists, smart entrepreneurs, academicians and other local government officials  from around the world.  

In an interview recently, the WCM’s Chairman on Outreach and Invitation, Mr. Emmanuel Toe, a Liberian entrepreneur and once a senatorial candidate for Rivercess county, R.L., said the Conference will allow mayors and global municipal officials to collaborate in enacting common policies and pursuing common actions on critical issues of investment, climate change, pandemic disease, technology transfer, trade, tourism, twin-cities and training. Read more...


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Liberia's elections - challenges, change and continuity

Liberians go to the polls in October. Politicians are campaigning via two different messages on the political posters and banners that decorate Monrovia – one which calls for continuity, the other for change. By GREG MILLS.

Continuity in Liberia has, on the face of it, much to offer. During the 12 years of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's two-term government, the economy has averaged more than 7% annual growth. Per capita income has risen from a low point of just $80 at the end of the second civil war in 2003 to $700, even though the population has increased by nearly 50% to just under five million. Life expectancy is up from 53 to 61 years. What once was defined as a "failed state" is now capable of taking over essential tasks. The UN mission has consequently shrunk from 16,000 at its peak to just 1,200 today. Where there were once long lines of white UN helicopters at Robertsfield Airport, I could spot just one.    

Liberia is a better, safer place.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, 78, has a reputation as a tough-minded taskmaster. The whiteboard to the side of her desk identifies clear priorities, time lines and goals for government. She has focused scant resources on the things that matter. She operates out of the same, humble facility in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as she did when I first visited her in 2006. Read more...

VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH N. BOAKAI “MY IMPRESSION OF A CANDIDATE WITH THE RIGHT TEMPERAMENT AND EXPERIENCE TO LEAD LIBERIA”

I recently traveled to Liberia and was privileged to meet with the Vice President. During our meeting, we discussed various issues affecting Liberians in the Diaspora and those at home. Some of our discussions centered around one of his signature plans of constructing roads and bridges through-out Liberia. He promised that if elected, he will invest heavily on roads development with the aim of connecting all counties of the country with paved highways. Other issues discussed included his support for dual citizenship, and his desire to improve Liberia’s educational system, infrastructure, agriculture and agro- based industries. Read more...

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