Personalities of the Year 2017

[Observer] Daily Observer Personalities of the year 2017 (Clockwise): Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine; Charlesetta N. Williams; Oscar Bloh and the ECC; and Inspector Gregory Coleman and the LNP

[Observer] Daily Observer Personalities of the year 2017 (Clockwise): Cllr. Charles W. Brumskine; Charlesetta N. Williams; Oscar Bloh and the ECC; and Inspector Gregory Coleman and the LNP

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Essence Magazine Bought By Liberian-American Richelieu Dennis

[Observer] After a decade and a half of white ownership, Essence magazine, a backbone of black culture for 48 years, has once again become a fully black-owned publication after it was bought by Richelieu Dennis, a Liberian-American who is also the foun…

[Observer] After a decade and a half of white ownership, Essence magazine, a backbone of black culture for 48 years, has once again become a fully black-owned publication after it was bought by Richelieu Dennis, a Liberian-American who is also the founder of Sundial Brands, a large personal-care products company.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

We Are Thankful to the Liberian Prodigal Son’s Father

[Observer] James T. Weleyon, an entrepreneur in Ganta, Nimba County, recently received with open arms his 23-year old son, Bill M. Weleyon, who suffered grievous maltreatment when he attempted to join hundreds of thousands of other Africans seeking to …

[Observer] James T. Weleyon, an entrepreneur in Ganta, Nimba County, recently received with open arms his 23-year old son, Bill M. Weleyon, who suffered grievous maltreatment when he attempted to join hundreds of thousands of other Africans seeking to enter Europe through Libya and the Mediterranean Sea.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rep. Fallah ‘Critically Ill’, Missed Certification Ceremony

[Observer] Rep. Thomas Fallah, (Mont. District #5) who is contesting for the House Speaker’s position on the ticket of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has fallen ill, the Daily Observer has reliably learnt.

[Observer] Rep. Thomas Fallah, (Mont. District #5) who is contesting for the House Speaker's position on the ticket of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has fallen ill, the Daily Observer has reliably learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Gender Minster Ordered Arrested

[Observer] Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister, Julia Duncan Cassell, has been ordered arrested by the Commercial Court for her continued, deliberate refusal to settle a judgment debt against her and the ministry in the amount of US$93,805….

[Observer] Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister, Julia Duncan Cassell, has been ordered arrested by the Commercial Court for her continued, deliberate refusal to settle a judgment debt against her and the ministry in the amount of US$93,805.72 .

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

U.S.$600K Missing At LFA

[Observer] Musa Bility calls for full scale investigation, says “unknown documents were presented to FIFA by unknown persons… which the LFA is not aware off.”

[Observer] Musa Bility calls for full scale investigation, says "unknown documents were presented to FIFA by unknown persons... which the LFA is not aware off."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Looking Back – the Year 2017 in Review

[Observer] The National Elections Commission’s (NEC) pronouncement declaring George Weah as winner of the 2017 presidential elections, stands out as perhaps the single most momentous political event of the year 2017.

[Observer] The National Elections Commission's (NEC) pronouncement declaring George Weah as winner of the 2017 presidential elections, stands out as perhaps the single most momentous political event of the year 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Weah – ‘We Will Not Fail You’

[Observer] President-elect George Manneh Weah has assured Liberians that the days to worry whether the country will move forward or not are over, noting that he and his team will work in unity to fulfill the promises they made to the nation.

[Observer] President-elect George Manneh Weah has assured Liberians that the days to worry whether the country will move forward or not are over, noting that he and his team will work in unity to fulfill the promises they made to the nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia