Gwetamue Public School Wants Instructors On GOL Payroll

[New Dawn] The Principal of the Gwetamue Public School in Suakoko District, Bong County is calling on the government of Liberia to come to the aid of the school, complaining that majority of his instructors are not on government payroll. In an intervie…

[New Dawn] The Principal of the Gwetamue Public School in Suakoko District, Bong County is calling on the government of Liberia to come to the aid of the school, complaining that majority of his instructors are not on government payroll. In an interview with the NewDawn's Bong County Correspondent in Gwetamue over the weekend, Mr. Michael Togbah outlined challenges facing the institution.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Time to Work

[New Dawn] President-elect George Weah stresses here that it is time for the three branches of the Liberian government to work actively for the betterment of the Liberian people.

[New Dawn] President-elect George Weah stresses here that it is time for the three branches of the Liberian government to work actively for the betterment of the Liberian people.

Weah Represents the Liberian Story

[New Dawn] The Chairman of the opposition Liberty Party Benjamin Sanvee says President-elect George M. Weah is the only true representation of the story of the Liberian people.

[New Dawn] The Chairman of the opposition Liberty Party Benjamin Sanvee says President-elect George M. Weah is the only true representation of the story of the Liberian people.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

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