Celebration of Life Francis Burns Cooper, Sr. Trinity Cathedral, Monrovia, August 16, 2017

Holy Ordination/Consecration Service of Evangelist Miatta S. Teasley as Reverend at Glenmont UMC , Silver Spring, MD on Sunday, July 30, 2017

The Funeral Service and Internment of Mr. Wesley Nathaniel Bailey, Jr Friday, August 11, 2017, Bentol City, Liberia (Camera One)

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"JFK Saved My Life" Says Varney Sherman as he Donates $10,000.00 Towardsa CT Scanner for the John F. Kennedy Medical Center. View photos from CT Scanner for JFK Launch

Photos of the Funeral for Minister Patricia D. Cummings

Oriental Lodge No.1 and Queen Esther Chapter No.1 Joint Charity Event, Jesus Christ Ministry for Children Orphanage in White Plains, Liberia, July 26, 2017

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RCFF 2017 Annual General Meeting & Reunion, July 14 - 17, 2017

Officials Photos from the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center official program for the, Inauguration & Ribbon Cuttng Ceremony of the Liberia Eye Center, Held at Jonh F. Kennedy Medical Center Sinkor Monrovia, Liberia, July 24, 2017

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Celebrating Bridgette Victor's 9th Birthday, Myrtle Beach, Paynesville, Liberia, July 23, 2017

Picture from The Golden Image Award, Held at Monrovia City Hall, July 20, 2017

Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) Graduates 556, University of Liberia, July 14, 2017.

90th Birthday Celebration for Bishop Mother Rachel E.C. Brown - Newark, NJ. July 2017

Pictures from the 60th Birthday Celebration of Tanneh Brunson, Monrovia City Hall, Monrovia, July 8, 2017

Gifts from Sue Yancy Williams for the Children of R. F. Whitfield School in Owens Groove, Grand Bassa County, Liberia, July 1, 2017

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Saints sign RB Darius Victor, agent confirms

Darius Victor "Known as the "Vito Express" for his raw power as a Running Back at Towson University

The New Orleans Saints have another running back in their rotation.

On Tuesday, the team signed rookie Darius Victor, his agents confirmed. Read more...


"JFK Saved My Life" Says Varney Sherman as he Donates $10,000.00 Towards a CT Scanner for the John F. Kennedy Medical Center

After returning from the United States of America following a successful brain surgery, Senator Varney Sherman of Grand Cape Mount County yesterday paid an appreciation visit to the administration of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center and launched a project to purchase a CT Scan machine for the hospital. Cllr. Sherman made an initial contribution of US$5,000 on behalf of his family, and his law firm, Sherman and Sherman, contributed an additional US$5,000, totaling US$10,000.

At a brief ceremony held at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Sinkor, Monrovia, Cllr. Sherman, accompanied by his wife Joyce, said his visit was to thank the hospital for the quality of care and services they provided him when he was taken there for treatment, after his collapse in the crowded Rotunda of the Capitol Building in May 2017. View photos

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Monrovia – The House of Representatives has passed a law that will ensure that all monetary transactions in the country are done in Liberian dollars. Read more....

Campaign Posters, who has the most?

It's campaign time in Liberia and the top 6 presidential candidates are displaying mega billboards, posters and fliers along major roadways, at popular intersections and on buildings and fences around the city.

Which Presidential candidate has the most number of campaign posters around the city? We didn't count, but Papa Urey is everywhere, next is Joe Boikai, followed by Weah Howard-Taylor, then Brumskine and Cummings, followed by Mills Jones.

Everyone is promising change, but few are outlining what their brand of change entails with the exception of Mills Jones, whose new mega billboard, displayed infront of MOVEE Campaign Headquarters, can best be described as a thesis directed at the youth.

While Weah Howard-Taylor is confusing people with their Change for Hope, Papa Urey says Let's get Liberia Working. Brumskine and Karnwea says Change is Coming. Cummings and Sulenteh says Real Change You Can Trust. Boikai says "Think Liberia, Love Liberia, Build Liberia" and Mills Jones other poster says "Poverty is not our destiny". View campaign posters...

Sierra Leone mudslides: Urgent plea for help as death toll rises

Sierra Leone needs "urgent support" for thousands of people hit by mudslides and massive flooding in the capital, the country's president says.

Ernest Bai Koroma said entire communities had been wiped out and that the "devastation was overwhelming us".

Nearly 400 people have been killed and hundreds more are missing after muddy rubble swept through the Regent area near the capital, Freetown, on Monday.

A mass burial of victims is planned to free up space in mortuaries. Read more...

Freetown: A disaster waiting to happen?

Freetown is a city squeezing itself into the small space between the mountains and the sea, in a country with the highest annual rainfall in Africa.

In August - the height of the rainy season - an average of 539.9mm falls on Sierra Leone's capital.

So it comes as no surprise that Freetown is a city used to flooding.

But Monday's rain brought with it a disaster which left hundreds dead, and will no doubt be followed by finger-pointing and blame shifting.

Was it simply the effects of climate change and geography, or something more avoidable? Read more...

Impeachment on ‘Round table’, House Majority Leader Reveals

But Judiciary claims ‘immunity’

Rep. Numene Bartekwa, chairman of the majority bloc of the House of Representatives, has revealed that the Bill of Impeachment for the three Associate Justices of the Supreme Court is on the “round table” because of the intervention of religious, traditional and other civil society groups.

Speaking on a popular radio talk show, as well as in an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer yesterday, Bartekwa said the Ministry of Justice, the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), the National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTCL) and some Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are in a round table discussion with the House of Representatives to halt the impeachment proceedings. Read more...

President Sirleaf Returns Home; Terms Visit as Very Fruitful…

Monrovia, Liberia - President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has returned home following a successful State visit to the Republic of South Africa. She termed the visit as very fruitful for both countries, particularly in the areas of agriculture, health, trade, economic activities, infrastructure.

According to an Executive Mansion release, the Liberian leader made the statement when she addressed journalists at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) in Lower Margibi County upon her arrival from the Republic of South Africa on Saturday, August 12, 2017 where she had gone on a State visit, which she said was the first ever State visit by a Liberian President.

She said series of meetings were held with her South African counterpart, President Jacob Zuma during her visit, which led to stronger bilateral agreement and increase in trade and investment between the two countries - focusing on various sectors. She furthered the agreements will enhance bilateral relations, trade and economic activities, tourism, agriculture, infrastructure development, and health among others.

She made particular reference to the refurbishing of the old True Wing Party building on Ashmun Street in Monrovia.

Speaking further the Liberian leader assured that the agreement will be implemented by her government and the succeeding government. She commended President Zuma and government for the warm reception and hospitality accorded the Liberian delegation during her visit.


President Sirleaf Expresses Concern over Impeachment Proceedings

Monrovia, Liberia: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has expressed serious concern over recent attempts by some members of the House of Representatives to initiate impeachment proceedings against majority members of the Supreme Court because of judicial decisions made by the Supreme Court.  “This move is clearly in violation of Article 73 of the Constitution of Liberia,” she emphasized.

According to an Executive Mansion release, President Sirleaf, in a special statement, said in light of unfolding impeachment proceedings. She said the Executive Branch of Government is not prepared and will not support any unconstitutional maneuverings from any of the institutions of Government. 

She said at this time, all branches should be working coordinately to ensure the peaceful elections and the smooth transfer of power.  The Liberian leader noted that in our system of Government, the Legislature is empowered to enact laws and the Supreme Court is mandated and authorized to interpret the laws. 

President Sirleaf said the process in the House of Representatives tends to undermine the peace, threaten the elections process currently underway, and create confusion and chaos in our fledgling democracy.

She then called on the members of the House of Representatives to abandon this course of action for the sake of peace and stability in Liberia.  She concluding as saying “The Executive Branch of Government will not support any action, which tends to undermine the Constitution and reverse the gains this country has made”.

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Wildlife Sanctuary at Libassa

Do you know there is a wildlife sanctuary at Libassa? Libassa is located in Margibi County off Marshall Road. The sanctuary is a recent addition to the water park and ecolodge.

The sanctuary is open during the months of August and September, and visitors are welcome. Fee: (US$5 for adults, free for children and students)

The Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary is managed by Julie Vanassch who is passionate about the animals in her care. Read more...






Firestone To Suspend Rubber Purchasing for 2 Weeks

– Farmers Hopeful for Resumption

Firestone Rubber Plantation announced over the weekend that from August 10 through August 24, 2017, the company would suspend all rubber purchasing “due to the current extreme oversupply of our rubber inventory.”

The company however pledged to make every effort to minimize this interruption and will endeavor to resume purchasing before August 25th, if possible.

Small-holder farmers depend on the regular purchase of their rubber inventory — their main source of income — by Firestone, which in turn exports the commodity in bulk to customers abroad. Read more...

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