The Richest Person in Liberia

The Richest Person in Liberia

The Richest Person in Liberia – Who is the Richest Man in Liberia, West Africa? Benoni W. Urey, born June 22, 1957 is an Americo-Liberian businessman and politician, who was formerly the Liberian Commissioner of Maritime Affairs. In 2014 The Economist reported that Urey was Liberia’s richest man Urey currently owns Lonestar Communication Corporation, Liberia’s largest mobile phone service provider which is partnered with the MTN Group, through his PLC Investments group. Lonestar is one of the largest taxpayers in Liberia. Custom Search

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Liberian Civil War Video

Liberian Civil War Video

Liberian civil war video – liberian civil war documentary From 1989 – 2003, Liberia West Africa, Rebel leaders Charles Taylor attempt to overthrow Liberia’s president Samuel Kanyon Doe, igniting a brutal civil war.

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The National Anthem of Liberia

The National Anthem of Liberia

The National Anthem of Liberia – Liberian National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance. The National Anthem of The Republic of Liberia “All Hail, Liberia, Hail!”, lyrics written by Former President Daniel Bashiel Warner, 3rd president of Liberia 1815-1880. Watch video below to sing or learn how to sing the Liberian National Anthem.

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Liberian Presidential Election 2017 Results – Consolidated Provisional Results

Liberian Presidential Election 2017 Results – Consolidated Provisional Results

Liberian Presidential Election 2017 Results – Consolidated Provisional Results. liberian presidential election 2017 results – Consolidated Provisional Results. Former soccer star George Weah leads in early presidential election results. >>> CLICK HERE FOR RESULTS <<<

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Monrovia Liberia: Akon Expected in Liberia by Next Week

Monrovia Liberia: Akon Expected in Liberia by Next Week

U.S. and African Award winning artist Akon will soon be in Liberia to promote his Akon Light Africa Project, which aims to provide a concrete response to Africa’s energy crisis as well as laying down a foundation for future developments. Launched in 2014 by the singer, Thione Niang and Samba Bathily, the project aims is to build an innovative solar-powered solution that will end Africa’s demand for energy by providing access to a clean and affordable source of electricity. According to a close source to Akon’s team on the ground,…

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Liberian Man Ready To Divorce Wife To Marry President Buhari’s Daughter [PHOTOS]

Liberian Man Ready To Divorce Wife To Marry President Buhari’s Daughter [PHOTOS]

Liberian Man Ready To Divorce Wife To Marry President Buhari’s Daughter. See Photos Below A Liberian man says he is ready to divorce his Guinean wife to marry one of President Muhammadu Buhari’s daughter. He stated in his post that divorce is better than unhappiness. Which of the President’s daughter does he intend to go for?

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Liberia Passes Law to Create Seats in Parliament for Women

Liberia Passes Law to Create Seats in Parliament for Women

Liberia ranks 40th out of 54 African countries for the number of women in parliament, and 149th out of 191 worldwide, U.N. Women said Women’s rights activists in Liberia on Friday welcomed a new law creating parliamentary seats reserved for women, young people and people with disabilities, in a country where women are poorly represented in politics despite having a female leader. Liberia’s House of Representatives on Thursday passed the Equal Representation and Participation Bill, creating 15 seats for female politicians, three for youths and three for people with disabilities…

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Deferred Enforced Departure (Ded) – Let Liberians Come Home

Deferred Enforced Departure (Ded) – Let Liberians Come Home

PRESIDENT BARRACK OBAMA has suspended the Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for Liberians that should have ended on September 30, 2016 to 18 months as of October 1, 2016. THIS MEANS THAT AS of March 2018 Liberian beneficiaries or non-Liberians who “habitually” resided in Liberia before October 2002. The exceptions are for those Liberians who the Homeland Security would deem of the DED would be back home except for Liberians whose stay will have adverse effects on the United States foreign policy, whose removal will be in the interest of the…

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LIBERIA: 4 Grand Gedeans Released by The Supreme Court

LIBERIA: 4 Grand Gedeans Released by The Supreme Court

THE RELEASE OF FOUR GRAND GEDEANS, THIS IS NOT THE TIME TO CLAIM CREDIT BUT RATHER THE TIME FOR SOBER REFLECTION Upon hearing of the decision of the Supreme Court of the Republic /of Liberia to release four of our imprisoned brothers but continue to insist that the remaining nine are guilty and will remain in prison for the rest of their lives, I decided to speak to you from my heart. At the onset of this entire mercenary trial that has taunted Grand Gedeans and other well-meaning Liberians for…

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12 Liberian Political Parties Join Forces Ahead of 2017 Elections

12 Liberian Political Parties Join Forces Ahead of 2017 Elections

12 political parties have joined forces in Liberia to take on the ruling Liberty Party in the 2017 presidential polls, VOA News reports. Prince Johnson, a Senator in the country confirmed the development while stating that the new coalition would seek peace and an end to violence across the state. Liberia’s constitution prohibited President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf from seeking a third time in office. It was, however, expected that her Vice President, Hoseph Boakai would contest the upcoming elections. Front Page Africa reported earlier that the coalition met under the…

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Monrovia Liberia: Ellen Government Set to Destroy President Doe’s Trademark

Monrovia Liberia: Ellen Government Set to Destroy President Doe’s Trademark

One of late President Samuel Kanyon Doe’s developmental trademarks, the ministry of national defense complex in Congo Town, is on the verge of being destroyed by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in a manner seen as an extension of her antagonism against the slain president. President Sirleaf during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission public hearings on the civil confessed contributing about US10,000 to an organization in the US that was behind the formation of the armed faction. The Liberian leader still stands accused of facilitating the armed insurrection against the Doe…

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