• Opening of Book of Condolence for the Late Cllr. DAVID A. B. JALLAH
  • The Wedding of Deawula & Charles
  • Official Launch of Liberia National Association of Tourism(LINTA)


Program Marking the opening of Book of Condolence in Memory of the Late CLLR. DAVID A. B. JALLAH, Held at the Law Library, Ashmun Street, Monrovia, Liberia

Pictures from The Wedding of Deawula & Charles At the First United Methodist Church Corner of Ashmun And Gurley Streets, Monrovia, Liberia, June 2, 2018

Official Launch of Liberia National Association of Tourism (LINTA) Held at the Bella Casa Hotel 3rd Street, Sinkor Monrovia, Liberia, May 29, 2018

Shaka Douglas Victor graduation from Northwestern High School, Hyattsville, Maryland. Congratulations Shaka, May 30, 2018

AJ's Graduation Cookout, Manassas, VA. May 26, 2018

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ROTARY CLUB OF SINKOR DISTRICT 9101 6th ANNUAL CHARTER BALL Souvenir Program In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of RCS Paynesville Town Hall

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Rotary Club of Monrovia & Rotary Club of Sinkor, Sports Day for Differently Abled Children from the Liberian School for the Blind, Antoinette Tubman Cheshire School Health Page Inc. Held at Lott Carey Mission School

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President Weah Makes Additional Nominations, Appointments in Government

Monrovia, Liberia - President George Weah has made additional appointments/nominations in Government affecting the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL), the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA), the National Security Agency (NSA), the Liberia Agriculture Commodities Regulatory Agency (LACRA), the National Lotteries Authority, the Ministry of Information Culture Affairs & Tourism (MICAT), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Governance Commission, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) as well as other agencies. These appointments/nominations are subject to confirmation by the Honorable Liberian Senate where applicable.

National Oil Company of Liberia
Saifuah Mai Gray    President/CEO
Eric Daniels           Vice President for Finance
Dr. Lester Tenny    Vice President of Technical Services
Carmena C. Yeke  General Counsel.

Foreign Minister Findley Affirms the Weah Administration’s Commitment to Promote U.S.- Liberia Relationship

Washington, D.C. – June 15, 2018: The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Liberia, Honorable Gbehzohngar M. Findley, says the government of President George M. Weah will continue to promote the longstanding historical ties subsisting between Liberia and the United States.

According to a dispatch from the Embassy of Liberia in Washington, Minister Findley was speaking on June 13, 2018, when he met with the Ambassador and staff of the Embassy of Liberia in the United States. He was on his first official visit to the United States as Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Minister Findley noted that his visit to the United States was intended to familiarize himself in order to ensure that Liberia remains effectively engaged in further enhancing the special relations between both countries. Read more...

Liberia's leader looks abroad for help tackling poverty

Monrovia (AFP) - After stoking expectations among Liberia's voters for rolling back poverty, President George Weah is facing the twin pressures of time and money to carry out his promises.

On January 22, Weah became president of the one of the world's poorest countries after vowing to improve the daily life of a population desperate for electricity, running water and other basics. Read more...

President Weah Ends Roads Inspection; Says Roads Should Be Completed in Three Years

Ganta, Nimba County: President George Manneh Weah has ended a two-county tour in Central Liberia where he inspected preparatory works on road projects earmarked by the government. The Liberian leader’s first stop took him Bong County and climaxed in Ganta, Nimba County.

In Bong, he dedicated repairs works on the Gbarnga-Voinjama-Foya financed by USAID and inspected the Gbarnga-Salayea road project.

While in Nimba, President Weah dedicated a 1.9km chip seal pavement works in Ganta and inspected the 67km Ganta-Yekepa Road Project, which is being done by Arcelor Mittal.

In separate remarks, President Weah reemphasized his commitment to roads construction that would open up the country. "When the road is built, we all can connect. Don't let anyone discourage you about the roads; the roads are very important for our economy, "President Weah stated.

President Weah also said there would be a three-year timeline for all roads earmarked to be completed. He said that he will not settle down for four years or more for the completion of roads that are under consideration for construction. Read more...

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The ideal prpoerty will include a house and a few buildings for a school and mission church. If you do have such a property of sale or lease, please contact me at 717-854-1220 USA or Revrambler@aol.com  Thanks Bishop Stephen D Rambler


How the US and Rwanda have fallen out over second-hand clothes

US President Donald Trump's "America First" stance on global trade has hit Rwanda, by imposing tariffs on clothing exports from the tiny East African nation. The issue revolves around an obscure import, second-hand clothes, and Rwanda's refusal to back down from the fight.

When did the dispute start?

In March 2018, the US gave Rwanda 60 days' notice that it would be suspending the landlocked country from selling clothes to America duty free - a status it enjoys under the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa).

Agoa is the flagship US trade legislation designed to boost trade and investment in qualifying African countries by granting duty-free access to 6,500 exported products.

"The president's determinations underscore his commitment to enforcing our trade laws and ensuring fairness in our trade relationships," Deputy US Trade Representative CJ Mahoney said at the time.

Those 60 days have now expired.

Liberia: Land of Possibilities (A Liberian Observer Story)

It was Dr. J. Mills Jones, the former political leader of the Movement for Democratic Empowerment (MOVEE) who insisted that Liberia is a land of possibilities during the last political campaign. Though Dr. Jones proved prophetic, for it was a former soccer international who providence made it possible to win the presidential elections.

That demonstration was evidence of how possibilities are prevalent in Liberia for those who are prepared, played their cards well and with a great deal of luck rose to national attention. Read full article...


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