Armed Forces Wish Jammeh’s Coup Never Happened

[The Point] The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) said it regretted the July 22nd coup that brought the former president to power because the unconstitutional takeover “brought untold terror and mayhem to Gambians”.

[The Point] The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) said it regretted the July 22nd coup that brought the former president to power because the unconstitutional takeover "brought untold terror and mayhem to Gambians".

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Better Luck Next Time

[The Point] Our home-based Darling Scorpions have been eliminated from the CHAN qualifying campaign after a costly defeat in Mali over the weekend.

[The Point] Our home-based Darling Scorpions have been eliminated from the CHAN qualifying campaign after a costly defeat in Mali over the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Ghanecare Disseminates Research Findings

[Ghana Govt.] Global Hand on Natural Environmental Care (GHANECare), a non-governmental organization which seeks to promote and protect women, children and youth rights, has called for a nationwide research on factors contributing to TB Low Case Detect…

[Ghana Govt.] Global Hand on Natural Environmental Care (GHANECare), a non-governmental organization which seeks to promote and protect women, children and youth rights, has called for a nationwide research on factors contributing to TB Low Case Detection in Ghana.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Sustaining the Peace – a Commentary On the 170th Independence Day of Liberia

[Observer] On July 26, 2017, we shall celebrate the 170th independence anniversary of our nation, as well as observe the 14th year of calm since the signing of the Accra Comprehensive Peace Accord. The latter finally ended two violent rounds of the Lib…

[Observer] On July 26, 2017, we shall celebrate the 170th independence anniversary of our nation, as well as observe the 14th year of calm since the signing of the Accra Comprehensive Peace Accord. The latter finally ended two violent rounds of the Liberian civil war.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Forkpa H. Kemah (1956 – 2017) – Tribute to an Unsung Professional

[Observer] Amidst the hustle and bustle of the impending 170th independence anniversary and political campaigning comes the death in his 61st year of Forkpa H. Kemah, one of a very small number of professionally trained Liberian librarians and archivis…

[Observer] Amidst the hustle and bustle of the impending 170th independence anniversary and political campaigning comes the death in his 61st year of Forkpa H. Kemah, one of a very small number of professionally trained Liberian librarians and archivists. A modest and self-effacing man, Kemah had put to work his training at Cuttington University's library as he has at our National Archives/the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) since obtaining a Master in Library Science degree from the prestigi

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Liberia Can Do Better’

[Observer] At a recognition ceremony organized by PUSH – People United to Save Humanity – over the weekend, Samuel Enders, the founder and executive director of the African Dream Academy, who is aspiring to represent the people of Monsterrado District …

[Observer] At a recognition ceremony organized by PUSH - People United to Save Humanity - over the weekend, Samuel Enders, the founder and executive director of the African Dream Academy, who is aspiring to represent the people of Monsterrado District 6 in Paynesville, said Liberia can do better than where the country presently finds itself.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mandela Day Celebrated With a Cleanup Campaign

[Observer] The Young African Leaders Initiative Network (YALI-Network), Jungle Water Energy Power Incorporated and the Water Producers Association-Nimba Chapter, in collaboration with the Nimba County Health System on July 18 carried out a cleanup camp…

[Observer] The Young African Leaders Initiative Network (YALI-Network), Jungle Water Energy Power Incorporated and the Water Producers Association-Nimba Chapter, in collaboration with the Nimba County Health System on July 18 carried out a cleanup campaign in commemoration of Mandela Day in Ganta City. The celebration brought together people from the various communities in and around Ganta.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia