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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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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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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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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Liberia: Cecil Dennis Family Debunk ‘Son Claim’ “We Do Not Recognize Him As Family”

Liberia: Cecil Dennis Family Debunk ‘Son Claim’ “We Do Not Recognize Him As Family”

Monrovia Liberia: The family of the late Dr. C. Cecil Dennis have challenged a man claiming to be, C. Cecil Dennis III, advocating for reconciliation between himself and the son of late President Samuel Kanyon Doe, to take a DNA test to prove his genetic connection to the family. Report by Rodney D. Sieh, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Until he is prepared to take a DNA test to prove his genetic connection to the family, please know that C….

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Rare Reconciliation Gesture From Samuel Kanyon Doe Jr and Cecil Dennis III After Over Three Decades

Rare Reconciliation Gesture From Samuel Kanyon Doe Jr and Cecil Dennis III After Over Three Decades

Three Decades After The April 12, 1980 coup, The Sons of Two Key Figures, Late President Samuel Kanyon Doe, Leader of The Coup Which Ended Decades of Americo-Liberian Rule and C.Cecil Dennis III are Making Amends for The Past by Reaching out to Each Other in a Rare Reconciliatory Note. Cecil Dennis III, whose father was Minister of Foreign Affairs at the time of the coup announced that Samuel K. Doe Jr., son of the late Doe had reached out to him on Social Media, Facebook. Dennis III wrote: “May…

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Open Letter to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Open Letter to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Liberian Student and Young Emerging Writer Ansumana M.M Konneh Open Letter to Her Excellency Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of the Republic of Liberia.   Dear Madam President, Please accept my sentiments of high esteem and humble best wishes. As you may be aware madam president, our country is in awful times; a time when Liberians from all walk of life are basically concerned about the current state of affairs of their country; a time when our economy is in shambles, our peace questioned, and our education system a total…

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Wireless Technology Laboratory, Montserrado County, Monrovia, Liberia

Wireless Technology Laboratory, Montserrado County, Monrovia, Liberia

Wireless Technology Laboratory, Montserrado County, Monrovia, Liberia West Africa. Wireless Technology Lab is a computer awareness and literacy training lab/e-learning center located at Hotel Africa Road, Banjor Junction, Lower Virginia, District #17, Montserrado County, Monrovia, Liberia. Wireless Technology Lab provide computer awareness and literacy training in marginalized and deprived rural communities in Liberia. Wireless Technology Lab is a Liberian own ICT enterprise that was established through the Liberia IT Revolution (Business Plan Competition) project.

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MONROVIA: Liberian Government Spends Much on Officials Health While Ordinary Liberians are Dying – Time to End Medical Tourism

MONROVIA: Liberian Government Spends Much on Officials Health While Ordinary Liberians are Dying – Time to End Medical Tourism

Monrovia Liberia: Time to End Medical Tourism – Liberian Government Spends Much On Officials Health While Ordinary Liberians are Dying. WHEN DECEASED FORMER Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Dr. Edward B. McClain, Jr., took ill, he was immediately flown to South Africa to receive treatment at the expense of the Liberian Government. SAME WAS ALSO done for former Minister of Finance and Development Planning in 2013, Amara Konneh who, after a tiring workday, fainted and was flown to Accra, Ghana where doctors advised that he should take a rest….

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Young Liberian Refugee Jefferson Krua, Educated in America, Chooses to Move Back Home

Young Liberian Refugee Jefferson Krua, Educated in America, Chooses to Move Back Home

A Young Liberian Refugee Jefferson Krua, Educated in America, Chooses to Move Back To Liberia To Help Build The Country. Jefferson Krua fled Liberia as a refugee at age 5, and eventually settled in Boston, MA. Recently, he’s moved back to Liberia to help with re-building the country’s infrastructure. Mercy Krua and her son Jefferson are having a disagreement. It’s about whether he should move back home. We’re sitting on her living room couch in Boston, where she’s eager to show off his childhood photos. This one’s from graduation, another…

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