It is 5:48 pm in Monrovia on Saturday, September 20, 2014

President Sirleaf in the LBS studio rallying the nation to action
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has rallied every Liberian to act now in the on-going “war” against the spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease which is ravishing the nation. The President spoke to the nation late Wednesday, September 18, evening.

Dr. Neyor: “We grateful to Prez Obama for the gesture, and also to Prez Sirleaf for making the request”
The president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Morweh Energy Group, Incorporated, Dr. Christopher Z.
“Custo-man, come nah! I fresh and ready oh. You’nwant small ting seh?” This is the common approach of most commercial sex workers across Monrovia.
A stalwart of the ruling Unity Party, Representative J. Gabriel Nyenkan has accused President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of “embracing and institutionalizing corruption at the highest degree at the detriment of the poor Liberians.”

L-R: U. S. Ambassador, Deborah Malac; Maj/Gen. Darryl Williams, Minister Samukai and Col. Lu Perozo, U.S. Defense Advisor to Liberia
The Minister National Defense Minister, Brownie J. Samukai, Jr., has assured the head of the U.S. Military delegation to Liberia of his Ministry’s preparedness to collaborate with them in the discharge of their duties while in the country.

Information Minister addressing newsmen at MICAT regular press briefing on Capitol Hill in Monrovia
The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Lewis G. Brown,  has disclosed that the Board of Inquiry set up to investigate the death of little Shaki Kamara has finally submitted the report to the President through the Minister of National Defense, Brownie Samukai.

President Sirleaf in the LBS studio rallying the nation to action

Dr. Neyor: “We grateful to Prez Obama for the gesture, and also to Prez Sirleaf for making the request”

L-R: U. S. Ambassador, Deborah Malac; Maj/Gen. Darryl Williams, Minister Samukai and Col. Lu Perozo, U.S. Defense Advisor to Liberia

Information Minister addressing newsmen at MICAT regular press briefing on Capitol Hill in Monrovia

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Sending off the first batch of Ebola food relief to Liberia, Walter Gwenigale and members of Outreach Inc. and Lutheran Church of Hope

Ebola Food Relief Shipped to Liberia

Responding to the Ebola crisis and the request of The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Liberia, Iowa-based Outreach, Inc., shipped via sea freight the first 300,000 of over 700,000 meals to Liberia for patients in the Ebola Treatment Centers on Thursday, September 18According to Binyah C.

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(L-r) Ambassador Sulunteh and Mr. Mahktar Diop pen the grant deal in Washington, D.C.

The government of Liberia says it needs about US$200 million to fight and defeat the deadly Ebola virus and restore the country’s economy from recession.

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SCOL’s program director Michael John Bull, left, and founder Tom Dannat at a recent meeting with over three hundred women whose children are benefitting from its programs

Providing support to children whose parents have died due to the Ebola outbreak in the country should claim the attention of humanitarian organizations, Mr.

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The lesson here is simple: we need to be growing our own food.

According to the World Health Organization, Liberia has the highest number of deaths so far, among the four countries battling the deadly Ebola disease in West Africa.

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