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Pictures Ricks Institute, Virginia, Liberia, March 18, 2019

Cuttington University's 130th Founder's Day and Induction Ceremony - Feb 22-24 in Suakoko Bong County.

Pictures from the Memorial Service James Mulbah Sr., Harrisburg, Montserrado County.

Pictures from the Birthday Celebration of Ciata Victor held at Ashland, Marshall, Margibi, Sunday, March 10th, 2019

Celebration of Life Bishop Mai Barclay Roberts Held at Faith Healing Temple of Jesus Christ, Saturday, March 2, 2019

Liberian Cancer Society Ride And Walk Against Cancer. Let's Cancel Cancer, Monrovia, Sunday February 24, 2019

 

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Souvenir Program for the Celebration of the Life of A Dedicated Servant Velma Wede Davies-Okoro Held at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Paynesville, Liberia. February 23, 2019

Program Marking the Installation of officers Elect of the Lott Carey Baptist Mission Alumni Association. Held at the Lott Carey Baptist Mission High school Compus, February 22, 2019

June Ellen "Sip and Paint" Class - Lily Brown, 19th Street, Sinkor Monrovia

Rotary Club of Sinkor District 9101 Friendship Luncheon, Monrovia City Hall February 17, 2019

Wedding Between Cletus & Linda Held in Golee Town Bomi County Liberia January 26, 2019

Pictures from the Funeral Services for the Late Retired Judge Charlene Aimesa Reeves, MacIntosh Grove Methodist Church, Bentol City

In Loving Memory of Jefferson Konah Coleman - "I'm Free" - Saturday, January 26, 2019

 

In Loving Memory

"We missed you Jacquelyn, although your soul is at rest, and your body free from pain, the world would be like heaven for us if we had you back again. You are always in our thoughts, no matter where we go or whatsoever we are doing. You are always in our heart because we love you so dearly.

It been a year since your passing and no matter what we do your memory lives with us and we still remember you. . .

Rest in Perfect Peace Jacquelyn Natasha Greene”

Mrs. Jacquelyn Natasha Greene, BSc, RN, MPH
Sunrise: Dec 4, 1964 - Sunset: March 11, 2018

Message of Condolences From Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Senator Geraldine Doe Sheriff

Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf notes with deep regrets the untimely passing of Senator Geraldine Doe Sheriff. She served as chair of the executive committee of the Liberian Senate and promoted a good relationship with the office of the President for collaboration and national interest.

She was strong, feisty, and unwavering in her love for country and promotion of women.
We pray that the example of her life will resonate throughout the Nation.

Gabriel Wilson (Executive Horn)

Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf extends deepest sympathy to the official and personal families of Gabriel Wilson (Executive Horn). Although, he served several presidents, he was special to me. We named the official magazine of presidential activities – “Executive Horn” in his honor.

His long years of dedicated service is exemplary and he is gone before receiving just rewards.

May his soul rest in perpetual peace.

In The News

Article: Common Sense Economics for Liberia

Governance is a straightforward affair. It is only made complicated when we infuse politics and veer off time-tested principles that guide, strengthen, stabilize and define success in major capital market economies. Economics is not just about industry and the application of capital market instruments, it heavily involves understanding the historical lessons that move those forces. Having a hands-on appreciation for the historical aspects of economics is just as important as exercising the art itself! In fact, failing to understand the historical applications that drive the machine that is economics will place any country in a stagnated state like the one we have experienced in Liberia for some 150 years!

In this piece, I will lay out simple common sense approaches to address the failing state of the Liberian Economy. I will provide clear instructions on how we can reverse the collapsing system and the growing rate of inflation that continue to burden everyday Liberians. Read full article...

President Weah Attracts Big Commitments for Development from United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates  - The official visit of the President of Liberia, Dr. George Manneh Weah, to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) started to bear fruits on arrival as the Government and private investors in that middle-eastern state unveiled on day one of the visit enormous development interests in various sectors.

President Weah and entourage arrived in the UAE capital city of Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 to colorful and exciting reception from authority of the country, including Crown Prince Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

The host officials in their first interaction with President Weah and delegation promised to help him transform Africa’s oldest independent Country. Read more...

Ja’neh Links Full Bench of Supreme Court to Oil Deal Withdrawal

In his cross-examination testimony on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at the Senate on Capitol Hill, embattled Associate Justice Kabineh Mohammad Ja’neh told Jurors (Senators) that all five Supreme Justices, including the Chief Justice, approved and signed the document decided by the government and oil companies involved in the Road Fund Case to withdraw the matter from the High Court.

He then wondered, “why is Justice Ja’neh the only one on trial?”

Justice Ja’neh went through the third day of cross-examination under intense non-stop seven hours grilling from the Senators (jurors), especially from Senators H. Varney Sherman and Augustine Chea, who used more than two hours of that period to cross-examine Ja’neh. Read more...

Pres. Weah and the Government are Concerned about Liberians Who Are Facing immigration Challenges in the U.S., Says Amb. Patten

Washington, D.C., March 20, 2019: Liberia’s Ambassador to the United States, H.E. George S.W. Patten, Sr., says President George M. Weah and the Government of Liberia are very concerned about developments regarding the March 31, 2019 expiration of legal status of some Liberians residing in the United States.

Ambassador Patten was speaking on March 14, 2019, when he received a large delegation of Liberian community leaders and members from across the United States, under the auspices of the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA). The meeting at the Embassy of Liberia took place after members of the Liberian community and other collaborating organizations held a day-long lobbying on Capitol Hill in Washington to seek Congressional intervention for the reinstatement of the Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED). Read more...

'Major humanitarian' crisis after cyclone slams southern Africa

UN says 2.6 million people affected as rescuers struggle to reach victims trapped on rooftops and trees in remote areas.

Cyclone winds and floods that swept across southeastern Africa have affected more than 2.6 million people and could rank as one of the worst weather-related disasters recorded in the southern hemisphere. Read more...

"Liberia Successfully Hosts Side Event at 63rd Session of CSW: Showcase Impact of Social Cash Transfer in Liberia"

(New York, March 18, 2019) The Government of Liberia on Thursday, March 14, successfully hosted a Side Event as part of its participation in the Sixty-third (63rd) Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW63).

The Event held on the theme, “Changing Women’s Lives Through Cash Transfers”; featured a documentary showcasing the impact of social cash transfers on the lives of women living in rural communities in Liberia. In the documentary, beneficiaries including women and a visually impaired man, spoke of how the program transform the lives of they and their children. Read more...

Amid U.S. Fears of Terrorism, Liberian Government ‘Terminates’ Airport Contract with Jordanians

MONROVIA – The Government of the United States of America has not been taking the awarding of Ground Handling contract at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) to a Jordanian company lightly, taking security issues into consideration, FrontPageAfrica has gathered.

A source familiar with the developments surrounding the contract informed FrontPageAfrica that the Liberian government was forced to abort the contract based on series of concerns raised by the U.S. government. Read more....

Families given soil from Ethiopian Airlines crash site for burial

Grieving relatives given sacks of earth to bury as they await identification of remains from plane crash.

Grieving family members of those who died in the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash are being given sacks of earth to bury in place of the remains of their loved ones. Read more...

Sherman is not your typical five-star

Raisa Sherman, the older sister of five-star linebacker Mekhail Sherman, told 247Sports numerous times “we’re your average middle class family.”

But the Shermans aren’t typical. Not close. Exceptional better describes it.

The youngest Sherman has certainly made a name for himself as one of the premier high school football prospects in the 2020 recruiting class, checking in at No. 8 overall in the latest 247Sports Top247 Player Rankings. He’s high on his offers from Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State and Penn State and could attend any powerhouse program in the country of his choosing. Read more...

IMF Slashes Liberia 2019 Growth Outlook as Inflation Soars

Liberia’s economic growth will stall this year as high inflation overwhelms gains made in revenue collection in the West African nation, the International Monetary Fund staff said in a report on its website.

The economy will expand 0.2 percent in 2019 under current policies, down from an earlier estimate of 4.7 percent, the IMF said Friday. The agency said 2018 growth was 1.2 percent, lower than 2.5 percent in 2017. Inflation jumped to 28 percent in December, the Washington-based IMF said. Read more...

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WHEREAS, Sovereignty over all the Land within the boundaries of the Republic of Liberia were vested in the State after the establishment of the Republic of Liberia;

WHEREAS, land is a citical resource, the ownership and use of which 6ffer significant social, economic and cultural benefits and values to every individual, community and society;

WHEREAS, the ownership of land and subsequent transfers have been a subject of contestation and other conflicts in Liberia from the establishment of the Liberian state to this day, with negative impacts on social cohesion, peace and development;

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Meet the first Igbo lawyer who became Liberia’s 5th president in 1870

He is noted in Nigeria as the first recorded Igbo lawyer in history. In Liberia, however, Edward James Roye is well-known as the country’s fifth president whose administration was short-lived and who died under rather mysterious circumstances. Read more...


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One full floor is available for immediate occupancy in the king's building at corner of broad and Gurley Streets in the city centre of Monrovia.

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Full and Half Floors of recently renovated space Available now for immediate occupancy and additional space will be available as of July 2019

3 Office Space on the Top Floor of the King Building is also available for rent. (Space is for Office only, not RESIDENTIAL.

For a walk thru of the space, please contact Bendu at the King Building who will arrange appointment with owners.

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