Nimba Rep. Candidate Dies While Preparing to Launch Campaign

[Observer] With barely 21 days to the October 10 polls, an independent representative aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #7 was pronounced dead yesterday at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County. A medical report …

[Observer] With barely 21 days to the October 10 polls, an independent representative aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #7 was pronounced dead yesterday at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County. A medical report doctors at the hospital released to the family confirmed that Morris Kardiker Sanoe died of "cardiac respiratory arrest," but family members and supporters are attributing his death to "African science, probably from a close relative."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Message to Liberian Youth

[Observer] My fellow Liberian youth! The time has come again for us to vote for another corps of president, vice president and representatives for the 73 districts in Liberia. This is our civic duty as citizens of Liberia to ensure the continuity of ou…

[Observer] My fellow Liberian youth! The time has come again for us to vote for another corps of president, vice president and representatives for the 73 districts in Liberia. This is our civic duty as citizens of Liberia to ensure the continuity of our democracy.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘African Dream Academy Bigger Than District Politics’ – Enders Tells Critics

[Observer] The proprietor of the African Dream Academy, Rev. Samuel R. Enders said his African Dream that has brought into operations the African Dream Academy and its children’s clinic, among many other initiatives is greater and bigger than the polit…

[Observer] The proprietor of the African Dream Academy, Rev. Samuel R. Enders said his African Dream that has brought into operations the African Dream Academy and its children's clinic, among many other initiatives is greater and bigger than the politics of a district.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Boakai’s Mammoth Display – Can It Take Him All the Way?

[Observer] By all accounts, it was the biggest parade Monrovia has seen in recent times–so big, so overwhelming that it reportedly made Vice President Joseph N. Boakai cry.

[Observer] By all accounts, it was the biggest parade Monrovia has seen in recent times--so big, so overwhelming that it reportedly made Vice President Joseph N. Boakai cry.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Keep Launches Gender Social Accountability in Education

[Observer] The Kids’ Educational Engagement Project (KEEP) on September 13 launched a 2-day ‘Training of Trainers’ workshop titled “Gender Strategic Social Accountability in Public Service Delivery in Education.” David Pajibo, special assistant to the …

[Observer] The Kids' Educational Engagement Project (KEEP) on September 13 launched a 2-day 'Training of Trainers' workshop titled "Gender Strategic Social Accountability in Public Service Delivery in Education." David Pajibo, special assistant to the District Education Officer (DEO) who represented the Ministry of Education, commended KEEP and OSIWA for initiating such an accountability project that is aimed at strengthening the education sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

CDI Launches Campaign to Save Cape Mount Forest

[Observer] A civil society group, the Community Development Initiative (CDI), has launched a campaign in Grand Cape Mount County to create awareness on the protection and management of the forest sector.

[Observer] A civil society group, the Community Development Initiative (CDI), has launched a campaign in Grand Cape Mount County to create awareness on the protection and management of the forest sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia