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Photos from the Wedding of Mr. & Mrs Willie, Saturday, Nov 17, 2017

Official Pictures from the Funeral Services of Myrtle Mason Smith Bruce, November 16 - 17, 2017

Pictures from Camera 1: Wake, Funeral and Repast for Myrtle Mason Smith Bruce, Nov 16 -17, 2017

In Loving Memory of Mrs. Paulita Coleman Witherspoon Padmore. The 88th Birthday Celebration of Mrs. Paulita Witherspoon Padmore, October 9, 2017, Lanham, Maryland

Pictures from the Funeral Services of Irene L. M. McIntosh, November 11, 2017

Homegoing Services - Rev. Mother Frances A. Mason-Harmon

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Personal photos from the wake of Sister Frances Mason Harmon, Friday, Oct. 6, 2017

Personal pictures from the Funeral and Repast of Sister Frances Mason-Harmon, Oct 6-7, 2017, Georgia, USA

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Prominent Lawyer Decries AU and ECOWAS Intervention

MONROVIA, Montserrado – Pearl Brown-Bull, a Liberian lawyer who was a signatory to the 1986 constitution, has criticized the presence of ECOWAS and African Union leaders in the country, saying that the country’s judicial system can handle the current situation without outside interference. Read more...


Why Africa owes a debt of gratitude to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Joseph Boakai has served faithfully as deputy to Liberia's president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for about 11 years.

But now they barely speak, and he has subjected her to blistering public attacks. Why? Read full Article...

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NEC Lawyer Accuses UP of “Holding Liberia Hostage”

The lead lawyer of the National Elections Commission (NEC), Frank Musa Dean, has accused the ruling Unity Party (UP) of having sinister motives as they proceed with the ongoing alleged electoral irregularities and fraud case.

UP, which is the intervening party in the Liberty Party case, has taken center stage and demanding more pieces of evidence whenever the hearing resumes. The Supreme Court recently mandated the NEC to expeditiously adjudicate all cases arising from the October polls, and that in case any party is not satisfied with the ruling from the NEC hearing officer or the Board of Commissioners (BOC) an appeal may be taken to it (Supreme Court).

Cllr. Dean said UP, who has submitted the names of 16 persons to testify on their behalf, is still requesting for additional names, which he thinks could cause unnecessary delays Full story...

No matter who replaces Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as Liberia’s president, these four challenges loom

On Nov. 6, the Liberian Supreme Court postponed the presidential runoff election between Sen. George Weah, from the Congress for Democratic Change, and Vice President Joseph Boakai, of the ruling Unity Party. It had been scheduled for the following day.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was not a candidate, having completed two six-year terms.

Thus, this was to be the first peaceful and democratic transfer of power. Read more...

The Constitutional Crises that Potentially Awaits the Republic of Liberia in 2018

By Rufus S. Berry II, MBA,

Independent Political Consultant & Financial Expert

The conclusion of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Presidency could unquestionably have a lasting impact on her legacy. A smooth transition of power will ensure that her legacy lives forever, as the first elected female head of state in Africa.

The peaceful and smooth transition of power is one of the hallmarks of any functioning democracy. Therefore, a smooth transition of power will forever buttress the feelings the Liberian people had nearly twelve years ago on the 16th January, 2006 during President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf historic inauguration. On that day, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf brought much needed international credibility to the Liberian government. Oh Yes, the people of Mama Liberia were ecstatic to elect Madam Sirleaf because they believed that they had finally made a conscious choice to leave behind their turbulent past and pursue a future of hope, transparency, accountability and opportunity. Read full article...

Interesting Opinion Piece: The Contest of Ego, Relevance, and Charles Brumskine

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf speaks on her statue in Imo State

Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, was in Imo state yesterday, and a statue of her was unveiled in the state. Not only that, the Governor, Okorocha named a road after her, and also crowned her with a chieftaincy title.

The Harvard graduate who is the first female president in Africa while acknowledging the statue after its unveiling, said; Read more...

Imo govt honours Liberia’s Johnson-Sirleaf with statue

The Liberian president, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, on Thursday arrived Owerri, the Imo state capital for a two-day working visit during which she is expected to be honoured by the state government.

On arrival, the Liberian leader was taken to the Eze Imo Palace, where she was conferred with a chieftaincy title by the Chairman of the State Council of Traditional Rulers, Samuel Ohiri. Read more...

Liberia President Frustrated Over Runoff Election Delay

MONROVIA, Liberia — Liberia's president said Wednesday "our democracy is under assault" as the runoff election to replace her is delayed indefinitely by a court after allegations of voting fraud.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first female president, expressed her frustration in a radio address played on repeat. It was her first public statement since the Supreme Court's decision on Monday ordering that the Nov. 7 runoff vote be postponed. Read more...

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Vote Miss Liberia Wokie Dolo as Miss World

Please vote LIBERIA'S Miss Wokie Dolo as Miss World 2017 and share the below link 
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Liberian Refugee Elected Mayor of Helena, Montana

Helena, Montana, elected a refugee from Liberia as mayor on Tuesday in a tight race in a conservative state with a history of tensions over refugees.

Wilmot Collins, who arrived in Helena 23 years ago, unseated the mayor of 16 years with a progressive message. The Huffington Post and MSNBC have reported that Collins appears to be the first black mayor in Montana's history.

Refugees have sparked political tension in the state, which came to a head in the 2016 governor’s race when Missoula’s mayor and city officials backed an effort to bring refugees to the city. Read more...

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