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

‘Don’t Be Ungrateful, but Disciplined, Hardworking’

[Observer] The Minister of National Defense, Brownie J. Samukai, Jr., on Monday challenged the 121 graduates of the Christian Bible Faith Mission School in Paynesville not to be ungrateful to those who helped them in their academic sojourn to attain a …

[Observer] The Minister of National Defense, Brownie J. Samukai, Jr., on Monday challenged the 121 graduates of the Christian Bible Faith Mission School in Paynesville not to be ungrateful to those who helped them in their academic sojourn to attain a high school education, but to cultivate the attributes of discipline and honesty as well as being people with a hardworking nature, if they are to meaningfully impact their families, country and their respective communities. He said being ungrateful belongs to those who

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Dr. Dougbeh Nyan Dedicates His 2017 AIP Prize to Liberia, Africa

[Observer] African Innovation 2017 Special Prize Laureate Dr. Dougbeh Christopher Nyan has dedicated his award as a gift to the people of Liberia and Africa in commemoration of Liberia’s 170th Independence Anniversary on July 26, 2017.

[Observer] African Innovation 2017 Special Prize Laureate Dr. Dougbeh Christopher Nyan has dedicated his award as a gift to the people of Liberia and Africa in commemoration of Liberia's 170th Independence Anniversary on July 26, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Renault Beautifies Monrovia’

[Observer] At the dedication of the new Renault showroom in Monrovia on Thursday, July 20, the Mayor of the City of Monrovia, Madam Clara Doe-Mvogo, said “The city of Monrovia is much honored to have a showroom of this caliber. It adds to the city.”

[Observer] At the dedication of the new Renault showroom in Monrovia on Thursday, July 20, the Mayor of the City of Monrovia, Madam Clara Doe-Mvogo, said "The city of Monrovia is much honored to have a showroom of this caliber. It adds to the city."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia’s Greatest Peril to Stability – Youth Illiteracy

[Observer] Since its inception in December of 1989, the Liberian Civil War (1989-2003) has been blamed for everything that is bad about the country including, but not limited to: the disruption of food supplies; the destruction of crops and agricultura…

[Observer] Since its inception in December of 1989, the Liberian Civil War (1989-2003) has been blamed for everything that is bad about the country including, but not limited to: the disruption of food supplies; the destruction of crops and agricultural infrastructure; the disintegration of families and communities; the displacement of populations; the destruction of educational and health services and of water and sanitation systems; and a corrupt and morally bankrupt security sector and judiciary. Regardless, none

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

YPLS Begins 4th Semester of Youth Political Leadership Program

[Observer] The Young Political Leadership School (YPLS), a one week capacity-building semester program designed to build the political leadership and organizational skills of young people who have chosen to pursue a career in politics begins its fourth…

[Observer] The Young Political Leadership School (YPLS), a one week capacity-building semester program designed to build the political leadership and organizational skills of young people who have chosen to pursue a career in politics begins its fourth semester on July 31 at the Monrovia Christian Fellowship Church in Monrovia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia At 170 With Little to Show – Who’s Responsible?

[Observer] Liberia being one of Africa’s oldest independent countries is no longer news. What matters now is, what can Liberia show after such long period of independent existence? This is a concern for us all, but one person who raised it on the eve o…

[Observer] Liberia being one of Africa's oldest independent countries is no longer news. What matters now is, what can Liberia show after such long period of independent existence? This is a concern for us all, but one person who raised it on the eve of the Independence Day is former Finance Minister and politician, David Farhat.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia