As Ebola Fades U.S Peace Corps Volunteers Return

Monrovia- United States of America’s Peace Corp Volunteers have begun returning to the tiny West African Country of Liberia after they left due to the deadly Ebola Outbreak that lasted for a year. The deadly outbreak forced the evacuation of more than 100 Peace Corps Volunteers stated U.S Ambassador Deborah Malac as she welcomed five of those volunteers back to Liberia. The five who decided to … Continue reading As Ebola Fades U.S Peace Corps Volunteers Return

Visa’s #NotATourist Campaign Unleashes the Imagination of travellers to Africa

DAKAR, Senegal- Visa a global payments technology company, today announced the launch of NotATourist, an innovative, full-fledged regional campaign aimed at driving international tourism during holidays, and making the summer holidays of cardholders rewarding. Running in key Middle East and African markets including, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Senegal  until 31 August, 2015, the campaign provides cardholders with real and rich … Continue reading Visa’s #NotATourist Campaign Unleashes the Imagination of travellers to Africa

LIBERIA AND EUROPEAN UNION MEET TO DISCUSS THE PROGRESS IN IMPROVING FOREST GOVERNANCE

Monrovia- The second formal meeting of the Joint Implementation Committee (JIC) of the Liberia-EU Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) took place at the Liberia Chamber of Commerce, Monrovia, on Friday 12 June, 2015. The meeting was co-chaired by the Chair of the Forest Development Authority’s Board of Directors, Sister Mary Laurene Brown, and the Head of Delegation of the … Continue reading LIBERIA AND EUROPEAN UNION MEET TO DISCUSS THE PROGRESS IN IMPROVING FOREST GOVERNANCE

“I Was Never Taken Hostage”: Gender Minister Disputes Police Report

Monrovia- The Minister of Gender and Acting Chair of the Cabinet Madam Julia Duncan Cassell says at no time was she taken hostage by angry mob in Greenville, Sinoe County as stated by the Liberia National Police. Responding to a police release issued in Monrovia on Tuesday and published by libpolitics.wordpress.com, minister Cassell said she had left the scene and was on her way to River Cess … Continue reading “I Was Never Taken Hostage”: Gender Minister Disputes Police Report

Gender Minister Taken Hostage: As Sinoe Citizens riot against Golden Veroleum

Monrovia- Demonstrators in Greenville City, Sinoe County have taken hostage several individuals including the Gender and Development Minister Julia Duncan Cassell and Deputy Internal Affairs Minister Varney Sirleaf and an Indonesian worker of the company. Sirleaf is said to be injured but was released along with minister Cassell upon the intervention of the police and UNMIL. They intervened in an attempt to bring the situation … Continue reading Gender Minister Taken Hostage: As Sinoe Citizens riot against Golden Veroleum

When a Disease threatens a Country’s Survival: The citizens Rise to Conquer

Monrovia- In my over thirteen years of working as a journalist in Liberia, I have had to cover so many stories. Some I can recall, others I cannot. But the Ebola epidemic that engulfed the three West African countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has surely left scars that we all will never forget. In my coverage of the deadly Ebola outbreak that hit … Continue reading When a Disease threatens a Country’s Survival: The citizens Rise to Conquer