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Pictures from the Peaceful Citizen Protest in Downtown Monrovia, Sept 24, 2018 "Bring Our Money Back"

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Rotary International District 9101 Rotary Clubs in Liberia Membership Seminar Held at Big Treat, Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia, September 7 & 8, 2018

Rotary Club in Liberia Appreciation Dinner for Rotaplast Mission. Held at the Corina Hotel, August 23, 2018

Pictures from the Holy Matrimony Between Massa Rolande Pour & Michael Zizi Rennie, Darby Pennsylvania, August 4, 2018

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Black Panther’s Shuri gets her own comic book series

Shuri, played by Letitia Wright, who most will remember as the tech genius little sister of T'Challa in the Black Panther movie is getting her own comic book series.

Wright, 24-year-old, is a Guyanese-British actress.

The new comic book which is set to be released in October 2018 will be written by Nigerian-American afro-futurist writer, Nnedi Okorafor.

According to an official release by Marvel, the new series will throw Shuri into a demanding journey as Black Panther disappears in space.

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President Weah Arrives in the U.S. Ahead of 73rd UNGA; Poised to Hold Meetings with World Leaders, Potential Investors

New York, USA: President George Manneh Weah and entourage arrived in the United States to attend the 73rd General Assembly of the United Nations.

The 73rd United Nations General Assembly is President Weah’s first General Assembly of the United Nations as Head of State of the Republic of Liberia.

President Weah will address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Wednesday, September 26 to proffer the agenda of Liberia at the global stage.

The Liberian Leader is expected to participate in several high-level meetings including the World Drug Problem High-Level Meeting to be chaired by U.S. President, Donald Trump and High-level Plenary Meeting on Global Peace in honor of the Centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela and with UN Secretary Antonio Guterres and a High-Level Meeting on Action for Peacekeeping, among others

President Weah is also expected to meet with U.S. investors, Congressman Brian Kevin Fitzpatrick of the State of Pennsylvania; Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, former Ambassador of the United States to Liberia and Assistant US Secretary of State for African Affairs and Mr. Terje Rod-Larsen President of the International Peace Institute among others.

Dr. Weah will also visit the United States Military Academy at West Point (Orange County) New York as well as the Michigan National Guard.

$100 Million in Cash Vanishes in Liberia, and Fingers Start Pointing

BAMAKO, Mali — Containers full of newly minted currency worth more than $100 million have gone missing in Liberia, setting off finger pointing and travel bans as officials puzzle over the mystery in one of the poorest countries in the world.

The cash is said to have been shipped from Sweden late last year, in the midst of Liberia’s elections to choose a successor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, according to Front Page Africa, the country’s leading investigative newspaper. Voters elected George Weah, an international soccer star. Read more...

Liberia investigating disappearance of $100m in bank notes

Newly printed money vanished as it was being transported to the central bank, according to officials. Read more...

The Government of Liberia Issues a National Security Circular Regarding the Importation of Liberian Banknotes

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The Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs & Tourism announced today in a MICAT Press Release that the Government of Liberia has issued a National Security Circular advising persons of interest who are required to assist with the ongoing investigation into circumstances surrounding the importation of Liberian Dollar banknotes into Liberia between November 2017 and August 2018, not to leave the Country.

The Government says it takes the ongoing investigation seriously because it has National Security implications.

Authorities at all points of entry / exit including land borders, air and sea ports have been directed to take due cognizance of the circular.

Those asked to cooperate with the investigation includes:

  • Milton Weeks
  • Charles Sirleaf
  • George Abi Jaoudi
  • Richard Walker
  • Mariea E. G. Toe
  • Musulyn R. B. Jackson
  • Ophelia Nyepan
  • Oldada Deshield
  • Prince Bull
  • J. Barquolleh Gabriel
  • Theodosia B. Jreh
  • Zinnah Davison
  • Solomon Jaykpah
  • Kollie Ballah
  • Andrew Pabai

Meanwhile former Central Bank of Liberia Governor Milton Weeks will visit the headquarters of the Liberia National Police at 10:00 am tomorrow to continue his assistance with the investigation.

Don’t Blame Us For Working With Corrupt Govts, You Voted For Them: China To Africa

Chinese officials have defended their government for working with corrupt African governments saying that China did not have a choice as it was not responsible for selecting the governments. Former Chinese envoys blamed Africans for voting for corrupt governments leaving them with no choice but to work with the elected government. Responding to questions from African journalists at the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (Focac), former head of the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Africa division, Cheng Tao said, Read more...

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The Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) is the National supplier of electricity to customers in Liberia. Reliable, affordable and safe electricity is a prerequisite for economic growth in Liberia. We regard our human resources as our most important asset to achieve our mission.

LEC is embarking on a comprehensive training and development program for senior and middle managers to manage and operate the Corporation into the future. The program will include intensive training and development for successful candidates internally within the Corporation as well as formal courses at local and international institutions.

We invite applications from candidates with a strong background in engineering, finance, business or administration who have an ambition and the acumen to pursue a career in management at a high level. This offers an exciting opportunity to join a team of professionals in a dynamic, progressive organisation that delivers a strategic product to Liberians country-wide.

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Liberia: Ex-President Sirleaf Breaks Silence on Missing Billions Saga, Frowns on Successors’ ‘Wicked’ Impugnment

Where did the missing 9 Billion LD (60 Million US Dollars) come from?

Watch this interesting Facebook Video claiming that "Ellen Johnson Sirleaf printed the LD 9billion for George Manneh Weah!". Be patient and wait for the video to start, it is worth the wait. Click here to Watch the Video...

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Sacred Service of Episcopal Consecration - Apostle Chris A. Crayton, I

Service of Thanksgiving and Celebration of MTH. Cynthia Patrelia Tucker Held at S. Trowen Nagbe United Methodist Church 13th and 14th Street, Tubman Boulevard, Sinkor Monrovia, Liberia

Memorial Service In Loving Memory of Wesley Nathaniel Bailey, Jr. Held at Zion Praise Baptist Church. Bentol City, Liberia

Service of the Celebration of Life and Curharist of the Resurrertion for Ida Famatta Burphy Ajavon Held at Trinity Cathedral Broad street Monrovia, Liberia

Souvenir Program of the Golden Image Award 2018, Monrovia City Hall, 1st Street- Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia

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