Author Archives: Prince Michael

Weah Talks Tough – Warns Not To Vote Opposition

The President of the Republic of Liberia, George M. Weah on Saturday blasted members of the opposition bloc and accusing one of Liberia’s biggest businessmen, Benoni Urey of being a killer and criminal during the former Charles Taylor regime. During the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) by-elections campaign launch on Saturday, President Weah said his comments against Businessman Urey came

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TRC Implementation Good For Lasting Peace – UN Resident Coordinator Asserts

The United Nations Resident Coordinator in Liberia, Yacoub El Hillo, says the UN strongly believes that implementing the recommendations of the TRC is one of the essential channels of achieving long-lasting peace and fostering full reconciliation, noting that as such, National Colloquium on the Implementation of the TRC Recommendations in Liberia is an excellent opportunity for all to discuss a

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National Drug Service Begins Distribution Of Medicine And Medical Supplies Across Liberia

The National Drugs Service has begun the distribution of medicine and medical supplies across the country. The activities which began in the first week of February will cover all MOH approved health facilities in all the 15 counties. In fulfillment of the Ministry of Health commitment to meet the Health needs of the Liberian people, critical life-saving Drugs are routinely

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Liberian Blogger Wins International Award For Promoting Positive Images Of Liberia

Most People would say “there’s nothing I can do,” but for one Liberian blogger, enough was enough! Tired of seeing the gruesome images of her country display on the internet and across social media, Anna Yeanuea Bendu Sherman-Karto, a US-based Liberian decided to take the matter into her own hands and saw the need to rebrand the negative image of

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US Representative Calling For War Crimes Court In Liberia Defeated In U.S Election

US Representative Dan Donovan, popular for his call for war crimes court in Liberia has lost re-election in New York’s 11th congressional district With 100% of the vote counted so far. Donovan lost to Democratic Opponent Max Rose. Max Rose won the polls with 52.8% (95,458) votes ahead of Donovan with 46.8% (84,665)votes. It is not clear what a lost

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Liberian Business (JY Store) Gutted By Fire In Trenton NJ.

A Liberian business located on Calhoun Street in Trenton, New Jersey was on Wednesday morning gutted by fire, burning at least half of the building and destroying thousands of dollars worth of goods. Caprince Variety Market commonly known as JY store was set ablaze due to electrical shock from a freezer recently purchased on Amazon. According to the Owner, commonly

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