Elani to Launch Album Two Days to Elections

[Nation] Afro-pop group band Elani is set to make a comeback by dropping a new album after taking a hiatus for close to two years. The group, comprising of lawyers Brain Chweya, Maureen Kunga an actuarial scientist Wambui Ngugi, has set the date for th…

[Nation] Afro-pop group band Elani is set to make a comeback by dropping a new album after taking a hiatus for close to two years. The group, comprising of lawyers Brain Chweya, Maureen Kunga an actuarial scientist Wambui Ngugi, has set the date for the release of their second album as August 6.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Health Minister Expresses Joy

[NEWS] Health Minister Dr. Bernice Dahn has expressed joy over the establishment of the eye center at JFK Hospital in Monrovia.’ The Health Minister also said she’s overwhelmed with joy that President’s son, Charles Sirleaf to avail himself for treatme…

[NEWS] Health Minister Dr. Bernice Dahn has expressed joy over the establishment of the eye center at JFK Hospital in Monrovia.' The Health Minister also said she's overwhelmed with joy that President's son, Charles Sirleaf to avail himself for treatment at the newly established eye center.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Women Group Demands Justice and Fair Treatment in Girl-13 Case

[The Capitol Times] A women group under the banner of Safe-Cities Women Forum and Medica Liberia in collaboration with Action Aid Liberia has joined calls for justice and fair treatment in the alleged rape and impregnation of 13-year old girl by Grand …

[The Capitol Times] A women group under the banner of Safe-Cities Women Forum and Medica Liberia in collaboration with Action Aid Liberia has joined calls for justice and fair treatment in the alleged rape and impregnation of 13-year old girl by Grand Gedeh County District#2 Representative MoraisWaylee.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

St Augustine’s Headmistress, 4 Others to Undergo Mental Test

[Nation] St Augustine’s Preparatory School headteacher and four employees facing murder charges after a pupil was ran over by the school’s bus will undergo psychiatric examinations before they take plea.

[Nation] St Augustine's Preparatory School headteacher and four employees facing murder charges after a pupil was ran over by the school's bus will undergo psychiatric examinations before they take plea.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Reprieve as KSSSA Clear Laiser Hill to Represent Kenya in Gulu

[Capital FM] Nairobi -It was a sigh of relief for the Laiser Hill Academy rugby 15s team after they were cleared to represent Kenya in the upcoming East Africa School Games in Gulu, Uganda following a successful appeal.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -It was a sigh of relief for the Laiser Hill Academy rugby 15s team after they were cleared to represent Kenya in the upcoming East Africa School Games in Gulu, Uganda following a successful appeal.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Weah Wasted Opportunities

[New Dawn] Opposition Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MDR) political leader Senator Prince Yormie Johnson has launched attacks against his opponents, including fellow opposition presidential aspirant Sen. George Manneh Weah.

[New Dawn] Opposition Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MDR) political leader Senator Prince Yormie Johnson has launched attacks against his opponents, including fellow opposition presidential aspirant Sen. George Manneh Weah.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Dr. Browne Lauds Supreme Court for ‘Milestone Verdict’

[Observer] The much publicized verdict of the Supreme Court in the case Karnwea Vs National Elections Commission didn’t just split opinions amongst legal and political pundits, the intellectual class as well as partisans of various parties across the c…

[Observer] The much publicized verdict of the Supreme Court in the case Karnwea Vs National Elections Commission didn't just split opinions amongst legal and political pundits, the intellectual class as well as partisans of various parties across the country, but it also found its way into the religious community--where an eminent member of that community has weighed in on the decision of the final arbiter of justice in Liberia. Dr. Herman Browne, Episcopal prelate and president of Cuttington University (CU), serving

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Independence Day Orator Rebukes Proponents of Divisive Politics

[Observer] The national orator of Liberia’s 170th Independence Day celebration, Dr. Herman Browne, has called on Liberians not to give in to politicians who are trending on dangerous ground by dividing the citizenry or preaching divisive politics–a tr…

[Observer] The national orator of Liberia's 170th Independence Day celebration, Dr. Herman Browne, has called on Liberians not to give in to politicians who are trending on dangerous ground by dividing the citizenry or preaching divisive politics--a trend that is gradually overwhelming the 2017 electoral process.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia