Pastor Accused of Rape in Liberia’s Grand Kru County Acquitted

[FrontPageAfrica] Barclayville -A pastor of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Grand Kru County, Rev. T. Koffa Nyemoh has been set free by the 12th Judicial Circuit Court in the county, following allegations of statutory rape.

[FrontPageAfrica] Barclayville -A pastor of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Grand Kru County, Rev. T. Koffa Nyemoh has been set free by the 12th Judicial Circuit Court in the county, following allegations of statutory rape.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberian President Sirleaf Acknowledges Progress On Tour of Ethiopia’s Eastern Industry Zone

[FrontPageAfrica] Oromia, Ethiopia -President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has on the third day of her official State visit to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia toured the Eastern Industry Zone – in Ethiopia’s Oromia Region located some 30 kilometer…

[FrontPageAfrica] Oromia, Ethiopia -President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has on the third day of her official State visit to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia toured the Eastern Industry Zone - in Ethiopia's Oromia Region located some 30 kilometers outside Addis Ababa. She acknowledged the remarkable level of progress Ethiopia was making through value addition coupled with the attendant benefits its people are reaping.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Liberia in Tears As Recording Artist Quincy B Dies in Fatal Car Crash

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia is mourning the loss of one of its young and promising music recording artist. Quincy L. Burrowes, commonly known as Quincy B died in a tragic motor accident early Friday morning. He was 23.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia is mourning the loss of one of its young and promising music recording artist. Quincy L. Burrowes, commonly known as Quincy B died in a tragic motor accident early Friday morning. He was 23.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Elect Official Based On Competence Not On Tribalism, Liberians Urged

[FrontPageAfrica] A graduate student in Strategic Management at Harvard University, Mr. Austin S. Fallah, has called on Liberian electorates to not only vote for those Liberians who say they love Liberia but must have over the years manifested their lo…

[FrontPageAfrica] A graduate student in Strategic Management at Harvard University, Mr. Austin S. Fallah, has called on Liberian electorates to not only vote for those Liberians who say they love Liberia but must have over the years manifested their love by being faithful servants of the people and the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

President Sirleaf Tours Eastern Industry Zone – Acknowledges Ethiopia’s Remarkable Progress.

[Liberia Govt] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has on the third day of her official State visit to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia toured the Eastern Industry Zone – in Ethiopia’s Oromia Region located some 30 kilometers outside Addis Ababa…

[Liberia Govt] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has on the third day of her official State visit to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia toured the Eastern Industry Zone - in Ethiopia's Oromia Region located some 30 kilometers outside Addis Ababa. She acknowledged the remarkable level of progress Ethiopia was making through value addition coupled with the attendant benefits its people are reaping.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

The Hidden Threat Behind Kenya’s Worsening Drought

[IRIN] Tana Delta -He had known they were going to die for weeks. He could tell by the dullness in their eyes and the way their ribs poked through the skin. Knowing their fate didn’t make it any easier for Guyole Elema to watch as half his cows starved…

[IRIN] Tana Delta -He had known they were going to die for weeks. He could tell by the dullness in their eyes and the way their ribs poked through the skin. Knowing their fate didn't make it any easier for Guyole Elema to watch as half his cows starved to death, one after another.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

DTT Opens Up New Opportunities for Broadcasters in Rwanda

[Balancing Act] London -Rwanda may not be one of Sub-Saharan Africa’s biggest TV markets but the transition to DTT has created a platform with 40 TV channels. This has spurred the launch of 10 new local TV stations. Russell Southwood interviewed the CE…

[Balancing Act] London -Rwanda may not be one of Sub-Saharan Africa's biggest TV markets but the transition to DTT has created a platform with 40 TV channels. This has spurred the launch of 10 new local TV stations. Russell Southwood interviewed the CEO of one of them, Flash TV's Louis B.Kimanzi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Govt Files Fresh Charges Against Shell, ENI, Others

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government has filed fresh charges against two multinational oil firms, Shell Nigeria Exploration Production Company Limited and Agip Nigeria Exploration Limited, for alleged complicity in the Malabu $1.1 billion scandal.

[This Day] Abuja -The federal government has filed fresh charges against two multinational oil firms, Shell Nigeria Exploration Production Company Limited and Agip Nigeria Exploration Limited, for alleged complicity in the Malabu $1.1 billion scandal.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria