• The Liberian Cancer Society, 3rd Annual International Bazzaar
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Pictures from the Home Going of Col. James Rochefort Padmore Jr. Crozerville & Careysburg, Liberia

The Liberian Cancer Society, 3rd Annual International Bazzaar, Held at Our Lady of Grace International School 15th Street Payne Avenue Sinkor Monrovia, Liberia

A Success Story of the Lott Carey Baptist Mission School Alumni Association of Liberia Family Day and Election of New Officers, Nov 29, 2018 grace by the presence of classes of the 60s 70s 80s and 90s Theophilus Lakafalamah Bass President Elect

Pictures from B.W. Harris DC Metro Chapter - Rev. Father Dr. Emmanuel Johnson Awards Dinner, November 18, 2018

Rotary Club of Sinkor Family Night Held at Corina Hotel, November 21, 2018

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Pres. Weah Makes Additional Appointments

Monrovia, Liberia: President George Manneh Weah has made additional appointments, specifically affecting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Paynesville City Council.

Those appointed include Gurly T. Gibson, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Court of St. James, United Kingdom; and Madam Nancy S. Yalloh, Member, Paynesville City Council.

The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Honorable Liberian Senate where applicable.


In The News

Carter Center: “Grant Non-Negro Citizenship, Gay Rights Among other recommendations for election reform in Liberia

The Carter Center (TCC) on Monday, December 10, released the final report from its observation mission of Liberia’s 2017 elections, outlining key findings and offering recommendations for reform to strengthen the country’s electoral process.

TCC’s international election observation reflects the Center’s long-term commitment to support democratic development and improve health in the country. The Center plans to remain engaged in Liberia, working with the current government, civil society organizations, the Liberian National Police, and community leaders to advance access to justice, access to information, and mental health. Read more...

Uganda party cruise tragedy: ‘Whiskey was flowing freely before boat sank’

Six survivors of a day of fun and revelry that turned into a tragedy after a Ugandan party boat capsized on Lake Victoria tell the BBC's Catherine Byaruhanga what happened.

"The DJ kept irritating us, telling us to balance the boat," says Tashobya Nsubuga.

"A good song would start playing and then you would hear, 'Balance the boat'. That was a red flag already," she says about the moment she knew something was not right on the boat, which capsized 200m (656ft) from the shore a fortnight ago.

The mother of three was lucky to make it out of Lake Victoria alive together with her younger sister.

But many families have been left broken with more than 30 people confirmed dead following the boat disaster. Read more...

Liberia electricity crisis: 'About 60% of power stolen'

People are stealing about 60% of the electricity generated in Liberia annually by making illegal connections to their homes and businesses, the state-owned power utility has said.

The theft caused annual losses of about $35m (£27m), Liberia Electricity Corporation officials told state radio.

This was robbing the utility of cash for extending power supply, they said.

Liberia is trying to rebuild its power sector, destroyed during a civil war which lasted from 1989 to 2003.

The US is giving financial and technical aid to the West African state to increase connectivity, as part of the Power Africa initiative launched by former US President Barack Obama to bring electricity to 50 million people in sub-Saharan Africa by 2020.

But up till now only 12% of Liberians - and less than 20% of residents in the capital, Monrovia - have electricity, one of the lowest access rates in the world. Read more...

Monrovia, Liberia: The President of the Republic, H. E. George Manneh Weah, has ordered members of his cabinet who are yet to declare their assets to do so in a week or face punitive action consistent with law. He said asset declaration under his regime will be enforced to the letter and there will be no sacred cows.

“During the campaign, we told the people of Liberia and assured the international community that our government would adopt a zero tolerance posture towards corruption and graft and would demonstrate utmost transparency and accountability,” the Liberian leader said. “It is therefore important and critical that each of you serving in my government declare your assets to the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission in one week.” Read more...

Commercial Banks Hit By Liberian Dollar Shortage

Monrovia – “Sorry to announce that there is a shortage of Liberian dollars on the market; so if you came for Liberian dollars at the bank today, we won’t be able to pay you. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you,” said an EcoBank Manager, who refused to be named.

This announcement broke down Philip Kollie, a civil servant, who had to travel from Paynesville to Central Monrovia to get his salary of L$14,000 (US$90). After standing in a long queue for hours and was now just another person away from the bank’s teller than the announcement was made. 

Kollie was frustrated that he could not get his money that day but might have to come back the next day to try again. Maybe this time, he would be lucky to get it. Read more...

Jahmale Medical Solutions Ready for Business

The management of the comprehensive Outpatient Medical Center at the ELWA Junction in Paynesville, said the center has opened its doors to provide world-class diagnostic and specialty clinical services to Liberia and the West-African Sub-region, a statement issued over the weekend said.

Commissioned as a private investment by the National Social Security Corporation (NASSCORP), the facility was named after the grandfather of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, during whose administration the project was completed.

Jahmale’s facility was constructed by the Liberian-owned Muson Group, and comprises a three-story imaging and laboratory building with an adjoining four-story outpatient clinic and pharmacy building. Read more...

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The history of families in Liberia

In the years during and after the American civil war, immigration to Liberia slacked off dramatically. The need for new immigrants to augment the population led the government of President Daniel B. Warner to put out a call to the African people of the British West Indies.

In 1864 a delegation was dispatched to the Caribbean islands, headed by Edward Wilmot Blyden, Liberian intellectual, scholar, secretary of state and college professor, who was himself born on St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. They carried an official proclamation by President Warner inviting West Indians of African descent to come to Liberia and "create a home and a nationality in the land of their fathers." Read more...

Museum of Black Civilisations aims to 'decolonise knowledge'

A large museum will open in Dakar, 52 years after Senegal's first president presented a post-colonial cultural vision.

Dakar, Senegal - In April 1966, Senegal's first president and a poet, Leopold Sedar Senghor ascended the steps of the National Assembly in Dakar to declare his country the temporary capital of Black Civilisation at the launch of the World Festival of Black Arts. Read more...

The Ashinaga Africa Initiative
is a fully funded leadership programme that aims to provide high potential orphaned students from across Sub Saharan Africa with access to higher education in Japan, the U.S.A. and Europe. DEADLINE: December 16, 2018

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