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President George Weah is indeed one of the most successful soccer players to come from Africa, but there are not enough pieces of information out there about his playing days in Liberia. A situation veteran sports journalist Omari Jackson, who is now an editor at the Daily Observer newspaper is trying to solve in his upcoming biography of the president,...
-Industry insiders weigh in about the artist's potential  Since making his musical debut about four years ago, sensational singer and songwriter, Stunna has been making great moves in Liberia's budding music industry with lots of hit songs. The "Baby Oh" singer, Stunna, has continued to battle the odds to stand out, so much that it has justified him garnering a whopping...
Multiple sources close to award-winning rapper Christoph have disclosed to LIB Life that the Christoph is expected to drop his response to Bucky Raw diss tracks. The year-long beef between the two rappers gained momentum when Bucky dropped four explosive diss tracks which alleged that Christoph is gay, among other things. Our sources said Christoph has already recorded the diss track;...
By Samuel G. Dweh Caveat: If the current Liberian President gives a trial to my recommendations placed at the end of this article, he will succeed in this other sector — that develops any Country faster. George Manneh Weah’s Talents Liberia’s current Head of State has two natural abilities—talents—I know about: Athletic talent (playing of football) and Vocal talent (singing). Almost the entire...
Kebbeh Monger, president of the Rural Women Association, on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, called for partnership between the traditional leaders and stakeholders to end female genital mutilation (FGM) across Liberia. FGM is the ritual cutting or removal of some or all external female genitalia, a practice observed throughout Liberia and other parts of the world. Madam Monger made the statement at...
In commemoration of the birth anniversary of Liberia's 19th president, the late William V. S. Tubman, a group of South-easterners living across Nimba, but representing the various ethnic groups under the banner “KWA Speaking Association of Liberia, held a day long activity in Ganta City on November 29, 2018 across Liberia. The celebration, backed by a Grebo Band, began with a parade,...
The 14 million Euros provided by the Germans for the pavement of the Ganta-Zwedru corridor is one of the many welcoming news Liberians have received in recent days amidst economic, social and infrastructural challenges facing Liberia. At the signing ceremony on Tuesday, the German Development Bank, represented by KfW and the Liberian government, represented by Finance Minister Samuel Tweah, exchanged...
By Jerry Barcon Poverty and crimes in Liberia are rising problems that have been growing throughout the years. Many social problems in Liberia including poverty, homelessness, decaying infrastructure, inadequate public transit, pollution, failure to deliver health services to all social classes, failing public schools, drugs, gangs and crime are all concentrated in large cities throughout Liberia. Through the process of...
By Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan 1. Introduction To be frank, "The Challenges of Power Transfer in Africa", is a loaded topic that will require a more exhaustive treatment than this article can explore.  However, I will endeavor, within the limits of the article, to share my two cents’ worth on this very interesting and topical issue as honestly and forthrightly as possible. On last...
Following a thorough vetting process, the Elections Committee of the Sports Writers Association (SWAL) has cleared the following individuals for participation in the union’s pending elections scheduled for Saturday, December 15, 2018 at the Press Union of Liberia headquarters on Clay Street in Monrovia. According to a press release issued in Monrovia Wednesday, those cleared to contest the elections are,...

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