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Pictures from the Wedding of Demba & Humu Kultumi Marah, Boston, Ma, September 3, 2016

Pictures from the wake keeping and funeral services of Mr. Lahai Abraham Johnson, Manager of the IT Department at the General Auditing Commission of the Republic of Liberia, held at the Stronghold Christian Church SCC 724 Rock Chapel Rd Lithonia Georgia, August 27, 2016

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Meet the Candidates

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...

  1. Unity Party (UP)
  2. Congress for Democratic Change (CDC)
  3. The Liberty Party (LP)
  4. All Liberia Coalition Party (ALCOP)
  5. The Alliance for Peace and Democracy (APD)
  6. Alternative National Congress (ANC)
  7. Liberian Destiny Party (LDP)
  8. National Democratic Party of Liberia (NDPL)
  9. National Patriotic Party (NPP)
  10. National Reformation Party (NRP)
  11. New Deal Movement (NDM)
  12. People's Unification Party (PUP)
  13. True Whig Party (TWP)
  14. Freedom Alliance Party of Liberia (FAPL)
  15. Free Democratic Party (FDP)
  16. Labor Party of Liberia (LPL)
  17. Liberia Equal Rights Party (LERP)
  18. National Vision Party of Liberia (NATVIPO)
  19. Progressive Democratic Party (PRODEM)
  20. Reformed United Liberia Party (RULP)
  21. Union of Liberian Democrats (ULD)
  22. Movement for Progressive Change (MPC),
  23. All Liberian Party, (ALP) 
  24. Liberia People's Democratic Party (LPDP),
  25.  Liberia National Union (LINU),
  26. New Liberia Party (NLP)
  27. Liberia Transformation Party (LTP)
  28. Victory for Change (VCP)
  29. National Democratic Coalition (NDC)
  30. Grassroot Democratic Party of Liberia (GDPL)
  31. Vision for Liberia Transformation (VOLT)
  32. MLD
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City Names Liberia Street for Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Courtesy of Winston-Salem Journal: The city of Winston-Salem named Liberia Street for Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in a ceremony Saturday in the city’s oldest black neighborhood. Mayor Allen Joines read a proclamation naming the street “President Sirleaf Lane” to about 50 people who attended the ceremony. Many of the attendees are current or former residents of the Happy Hill Garden neighborhood. Read more...

The 7th Annual recital of the LU Alumni Chorus

What an impressive evening? I really do not know which was more memorable? The very good music, the various outfits that they have changed into over the years, the self imposed discipline or the sacrifices that they have made?

If Variety is the spice of life, the variety of the music was what made the evening very special.

The outfits did not go unnoticed either.  Started out looking very graceful in their formal western outfits to a Liberian outfit for the more traditional songs. Read more....

New 10 MW Solar Power Plant Soon; Liberian Government and Gigawatt Global Sign MOU

(NEW YORK, U.S.A. – Saturday, September 24, 2016) The Liberian Government and project developer, Gigawatt Global Cooperatief U.A., have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the financing and construction of a 10 megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant in Monrovia.

According to a dispatch from New York, Foreign Minister Marjon Kamara signed on behalf of the Liberian Government, while the New Projects Coordinator, Mr. Remy Reinstein signed on behalf of Gigawatt Global Cooperatief U.A. The brief event took place at the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Liberia to the United Nations in New York last Friday, September 23. Read more...

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The Fatality of Democracy: Why Elections are Rigged in Africa

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Spotlighting Africa’s Democracy

Democracy in Africa is difficult to flourish, because there are too many kleptocrats, autocrats and opportunists flooding the political parameter. A free, fair and transparent election on the continent is rare due to anti-democratic precedents mostly devised by failed and corrupt regimes. Democracy in Africa is eclipsed by immaturity, impropriety and intolerance.

Africa has democracy in theory, but not in practicality. It is mostly in Africa that the interest of the minority supersedes the collective aspiration of the majority. Practicing politics in Africa means risking your life and your family. This I know for a fact! It is too sad that Africa is still at the backseat of the democratic plane. From my lenses, democracy in Africa is a government of the minority, by the minority and for the minority.  Read more...

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Connectivity in Liberia

Wednesday, 21st September 2016: -- President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf announced today at the USA-Africa Business Forum in New York, NY that as a part of their Public-Private Partnership initiative, Liberia will be collaborating with Google and USAID to bring best-in-class, reliable, affordable broadband infrastructure to Liberia’s capital city of Monrovia.

"Unfortunately, Liberia has one of the lowest internet penetration rates in the world and access to fiber connectivity costs significantly more than neighboring countries." said President Johnson-Sirleaf. "This initiative will expand connectivity by reducing costs of access and will play a vital part in the path forward to help Liberian youth fulfill the promise of a new generation. \ Read more...

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Invitation for Bids (IFB)

IFB NO: NPA/ICB/001/16/17

  1. The Government of the Republic of Liberia through the National Port Authority intends to apportion part of its revenue for Fiscal Years 2016/17 towards the procurement of works (Maintenance Dredging of the Freeport of Monrovia) under the contract IFB No NPA/ICB/001/16/17.

  2. The Authority now invites sealed bids from eligible registered bidders to execute the Maintenance Dredging for the fiscal year 2016/17.

  3. Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding (ICB) process as enshrined in the Public Procurement and Concessions Act (PPCA),

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Photos from Mary Anderson's Transition Celebration of Life

First United Methodist Church Monrovia, Appreciates Pastors at Mitch's Restaurant, 2nd Floor New Corina Hotel, Held at the New Corina Hotel, Tubman Boulevard, Monrovia, Sunday, August 21, 2016

Mrs. Moriah Jappah 80th Birthday Party Aug. 27, 2016

Ashley Sowah High School (Lincoln) Graduation Party Aug. 20, 2016

Pictures from the Wake Keeping and Official Funeral Service of Hon. Edward B. McClain, Jr., Minister of State for Presidential Affairs & Chief of Staff to the President of the Republic of Liberia, Held at the Providence Baptist Church, Ashmun Street, Liberia.

Highlights of official funeral rites of the late of Dr. Edward B. McClain Jr., Minister of State for Presidential Affairs and Chief of Staff to the President of Liberia Held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Capital Hill, Thursday, August 18, 2016

Graduation Celebration for Iman Malaika Dennis, Gaithersburg, Maryland August 6, 2016