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Ceremonial Service in loving memory of the late Hon. Ambulai B. Johnson Held in Kormah, Montserrado County, Liberia, September 20, 2017

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Home going Celebration of Life for Archibald Browne Jr., Saturday, September 9, 2017, 10:00 AM at the Glenmont UMC, Silver Spring, MD - Unical

Homegoing Services - Alfred T. Max Davis

Lott Carey Mission 2017 Graduation, Brewerville, Liberia

Memorial Service - Agnes Mason-Hoff

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Photos from Rosalind Richards Educational Fund Fundraising dinner for CARE Learning 8/26/2017

Photos from the Celebration of Nathan & Matu White Anniversary, Friday, August 24, 2017

Photos from the Funeral Services of Kumba Marie Menjor, Tubman Memorial Church, Paynesville, Liberia, August 24 - 25, 2017

Charles Brumskine Campaigning in Gbengbar Town, Paynesville, August 2017

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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PYJ: ‘Liberia Will Go Back to War If Weah Becomes President’

Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson has described Senator George Manneh Weah as someone who is unable to control his followers, and as such, any decision to elect him as President of Liberia will send the country back to war.  “I am appealing to Ambassador George Weah because you have not become President yet, but you turned loose your men on people to stab them. When you become President, this country will go back to war,” he warned.

Sen. Johnson, standard bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction, in an interview over the weekend on the recent fracas in Sanniquellie, Nimba County between members of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) and Liberty Party (LP), said it was unacceptable for anyone to go to his county, Nimba, to shed blood. Read more...

Money, People and Politics: Sad Political Life of Mills Jones

In politics, there remains a strange relationship people, power and money. And it seems that candidacy of Joseph Mills Jones highlights this strange relationship in a rather glaring and lucid manner.

I don’t know if you have noticed but whenever you pass around the National Headquarters of Mills Jones’ Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE) you will see that the Liberty Party has taken over that piece of real estate and is now using it as parking lot for its numerous vehicles. MOVEE’s HQ is virtually dead with only security personnel occupying the building. For a Party that most people thought were a major contender for the presidency, this is a disgrace and a shame. Read more...

In Support of Partnership Schools (PSL), President Sirleaf Attends Education Funders Breakfast Event in New York; Makes Strong Case for Education Sector

(New York, USA – Thursday, September 21, 2017) President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Thursday joined Randall Lane, Editor of Forbes, who hosted a high-level breakfast dialogue attended by philanthropists, activists and leaders in global education at Forbes in New York City.

President Sirleaf, alongside Education Minister, George K. Werner, discussed Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL), an innovative government-led pilot program launched in 2016, which pairs independent education providers with public primary schools to improve the quality of education; an urgent and compelling need in Liberia following decades of conflict and the Ebola virus outbreak. Full story...

Alpha Phi Alpha International Day Of Peace Statement

MONROVIA, September 21, 2017.  In 1981 the United Nations General Assembly declared the 21st day of September as International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”). This day is devoted to “strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples.”

Fellow Liberians, today we join the rest of the world in commemorating Peace Day. Today we also celebrate 12 years of peace in our dear Liberia.

As we reflect on this year’s theme: “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All”. We call on all Liberians to be mindful of our painful past and commit to Peace above ethnicity, religion, political affiliation, gender, disability and social status. Read full statement...

UN News - Upcoming elections will signal Liberia on ‘irreversible course’ towards democracy, President Sirleaf tells UN

19 September 2017 – Addressing the United Nations General Assembly just 22 days ahead of historic elections in Liberia, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf today said the polls will signal Read more...

President Sirleaf Issues Executive Order #-88; Extends EO #76 - Establishing National Early Warning and Response Mechanism Coordinating Center  

Monrovia, Liberia: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 88 – an extension of Executive Order # 76; establishing the National Early Warning and Response Mechanism Coordinating Center (NEWRMCC)

According to an Executive MansionExecutive Order notes; Whereas, Liberia is a signatory to the Treaty establishing the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), signed on 28 May 1975 in Lagos and revised on 24 July 1993 in Cotonou; Whereas, Article 58 (f) of the Revised ECOWAS Treaty (1993) provides for the establishment of a regional peace and security observance system and peacekeeping forces where appropriate. Read more...


In commemoration of its 33rd Anniversary, the World Conference of Mayors (WCM) in collaboration with the International Black Broadcasters Association (IBBA) will be hosting a landmark International Trade and Investment Conference, slated to convene in Detroit, Michigan, USA Beginning October 23-27, 2017.

The Conference which will be held under the theme, “Sustaining Economic Growth and Development in the 21st Century Cities, is expected to bring together over 250 Mayors (past and present), other  municipal administrators, heads of multi-national corporations, investors, trade specialists, smart entrepreneurs, academicians and other local government officials  from around the world.  

In an interview recently, the WCM’s Chairman on Outreach and Invitation, Mr. Emmanuel Toe, a Liberian entrepreneur and once a senatorial candidate for Rivercess county, R.L., said the Conference will allow mayors and global municipal officials to collaborate in enacting common policies and pursuing common actions on critical issues of investment, climate change, pandemic disease, technology transfer, trade, tourism, twin-cities and training. Read more...

Liberia's elections - challenges, change and continuity

Liberians go to the polls in October. Politicians are campaigning via two different messages on the political posters and banners that decorate Monrovia – one which calls for continuity, the other for change. By GREG MILLS.

Continuity in Liberia has, on the face of it, much to offer. During the 12 years of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's two-term government, the economy has averaged more than 7% annual growth. Per capita income has risen from a low point of just $80 at the end of the second civil war in 2003 to $700, even though the population has increased by nearly 50% to just under five million. Life expectancy is up from 53 to 61 years. What once was defined as a "failed state" is now capable of taking over essential tasks. The UN mission has consequently shrunk from 16,000 at its peak to just 1,200 today. Where there were once long lines of white UN helicopters at Robertsfield Airport, I could spot just one.    Read more...

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