• The 17th Annual George D. Browne Achievement Awards & Dinner
  • Life Achievement Celebration for Eve C. Jorkey
  • May 24th - 27th


ROTARY CLUB OF SINKOR DISTRICT 9101 6th ANNUAL CHARTER BALL Souvenir Program In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of RCS Paynesville Town Hall

Pictures from the first Birthday Celebration of Faith Adalbert Victor.

Rotary Club of Monrovia & Rotary Club of Sinkor, Sports Day for Differently Abled Children from the Liberian School for the Blind, Antoinette Tubman Cheshire School Health Page Inc. Held at Lott Carey Mission School

The 17th Annual George D. Browne Achievement Awards & Dinner (Photos by Chasgood)

Eva C. Jorkey Meet and Greet Celebration, New Jersey 4/27/18

The Life Achievement Celebration for Eve C. Jorkey Delran New Jersey, 4/28/18

Tri-State Chapter 17th Annual Bishop George D. Brown Honoring Program for Professionals and Parents, Irvington, NJ. April, 2018

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Henry J Cooper 50th Birthday Celebration on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 7:00PM, Laurel MD

Celebration of the Peaceful Home Going of the Late Dea/ Father. Lauvette A. Williams Sr. Held at The Little White Chapel Central Church Long Town Bushrod Island Monrovia, Liberia

Home Going of the late Rev. Dr. Africanus Moses Roulhac, Jr. Providence Baptist Church, Monrovia, Friday, April 19 - 20, 2018

Friday Night @ Golden Key Hotel with Nowai - "A fun night out and a real good time", Paynesville, Friday, April 13, 2018

Photos from The Very Rev. Dr. Emmanuel W Johnson Home Going

Great Commission Ministries of Christ (GCMC) 18th Annual International Convocation (Central Church) Light Temple< Barnesville, April 8, 2018

Celebrating Sara Beysolow Nyanti's 50th Birthday at Monrovia City Hall, April 6, 2018,

Titus Elton Richards Funeral Services, Clay-Ashland Montserrado County, Liberia April 5, 2018

Photos from Smiles for Liberia ~ World Oral Health Day in Clay-Ashland, Montserrado County, Liberia

Brewerville Youth Empowerment Program (BYEP), 1st Annual Fundraiser Dinner, Lutheran Church Conference Hall, March 10, 2018

Williametta Dorothy Dennis Davis Wake & Funeral Photos, Trinity Cathedral, Monrovia, March 9 & 10, 2018

Candle Light Vigil and Memorial Service for the Late James A. Mulbah Sr. and Deceased Citizens of the Township of Harrisburg, March 10 - 11, 2018

Hanging out at the beach in Marshall at Hobojo's (Won't find it on any map), Sunday March 4, 2018


First Lady Weah Announces Monthly Feeding Initiative for the Elderly; Hundreds to Benefit from First Ration Distribution

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Inside Africa’s real tragedy

THE LAST WORD | Andrew M. Mwenda | Everywhere I turn these days, Ugandans (and Africans generally) are complaining about the sorry state of our education and healthcare systems. There is a widespread belief across development literature that state (or public) investment in health and education is a panacea to the problems of development.

I recently saw Bill Gates in Nigeria regurgitating this mantra on CNN. It is intriguing how people, even the most enlightened, can pick on an idea that lacks historic precedent and turn it into a widely accepted truth.

The reader should note that I am not against education and healthcare. There are many economic and welfare benefits that come with an educated and healthy citizenry. I am against the idea of publically funded universal education and healthcare in poor countries for the simple reason that they do not have the resources to do it. But this ideology has led our people to expect the state to provide these social services for free to everyone, everywhere. Read more...

President George Weah is deeply saddened by the sudden death of Counselor David A.B. Jallah

The President wishes to express his deepest condolence to the Jallah family and the Judiciary on the passing of their son and colleague. 

 Cllr. Jallah’s outstanding contributions to the society will forever be cherished, as his passing has created a huge void in our legal system and leaves indelible marks in our hearts.

 The President also extends his sympathy to the family and colleagues of Madame Victoria M. Grant, who died on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Madame Grant was the Executive Protection Service Dispatch Unit Commander. 

 It is the hope and prayer of the President that God will comfort the both families in this time of grief and strengthen their resolve to overcome such great losses.

 May God bless the family and may the soul of the fallen counselor rest in peace. 

 Indeed! Liberia has lost a great son! 

President Weah Calls for Proactive Cabinet; Stresses Need to Work in People’s Interest

Buchanan, Grand Bassa - Liberia: President George Manneh Weah has called on members of the Cabinet to be proactive and stressed the ardent need to work in the interest of the Liberian people.

The President made the call at the start of a two-day Cabinet Retreat on Thursday, May 17, 2018 in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

"We need to adopt expediency in our mode of work. We came here to work for the people, not for ourselves; I will not appreciate delays," the Liberian leader emphasized. Read more...

(BEIJING, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA – Monday, May 14, 2018) Liberia’s First Lady, Mrs. Clar Marie Weah has thanked the staff at the Liberian Embassy near the People’s Republic of China (PRC) for the hard work they’re doing on behalf of the country.

“The Government and people of Liberia appreciate all the work that you do here,” she informed the diplomatic and local staff at an acquaintance meeting.

According to a dispatch from Beijing, the Liberian First Lady made the comments when she visited the Mission while on a brief visit to China.

She indicated that as “First Lady” of Liberia, she’s also hard at work trying to help the disadvantaged people within the society. “One of the reasons we’re here is to appeal to the Chinese because I know they’re supportive of whatever we do to help with my Foundation; I’m here to ask that of them,” Mrs. Clar Weah stated. Read more...

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President Weah Makes Additional Nominations, Appointments in Government

Monrovia, Liberia: President George Manneh Weah has made additional nominations and appointments constituting the Boards of several Agencies of Government affecting the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, National Port Authority, Liberia Electricity Corporation, and the Central Bank of Liberia.

The President also made additional appointments at the Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation and the Township of Clara Town.

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