Monthly Archives: November 2018

“I Was Afraid Facing 9-Year-Old Abigail” First Liberian Women Chess Champion Teta Admits

Teta Thompson made name for herself at the weekend when she put behind her an early scare from 9-year-old Abigail Karyah to become the first woman Champion in Liberian Chess Championship. Teta played seven games against little Abigail winning six on her way to becoming champion in the women chess championship. She admitted to reporters that she was “very scared”

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Muscat FC Back To 2nd Division

Montserrado County 3rd Division League Champions Muscat FC returned to the Liberia Football Association 2nd division Saturday as Champions of the LFA 3rd Division National Playoff. Muscat FC scored a total of nine goals in the best of three final against the two Nimba County teams, Heaven Eleven and VISA at the Doris Williams Stadium in Buchanan Grand Bassa County.

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Sixteen Year- Mycelia Saye Puts Smile On The Faces Of Over Five Hundred Orphaned Children Between The Ages of 4-18.

Several less fortunate Children at the Kahatian Children’s Villiage in Brewerville over the weekend received dozens of school materials from a group of Teen Agers, under the banner Youth Motivational Team. Mycelia Saye, President of the Youth Motivational Team said the donation is the organization way of giving hope to less fortunate children across the country. She stressed by urging

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Weah Impresses NAYMOTE’s Performance Scorecard in 270 Days

It has always been a herculean task for governments the world over to match promises with deliverables. This has made many voters bedecked their governments with insincerity to their plights. But it seems the tale will be different for Liberia at least according to the latest President Performance Meter Survey of the National Youth Movement for Transparent Election NAYMOTE. NAYMOTE

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