George Dweh, Notorious Civil War Actor, Is Dead

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The late George Dweh

George Dweh, a key player in the Liberian civil war that claimed the lives of over 250,000 and destroyed infrastructures across the country, is dead. He was born March 6, 1961.

Mr. Dweh’s death was announced on Saturday, April 04, 2020. According to Sinoe County lawmaker J. Nagbe Sloh who posted the death news of Dweh on his Facebook page, he died of a heart attack.

According to the Sinoe County lawmaker, Mr. Dweh fell sick at his residence and was hastily rushed to the John F. Kennedy Medical Centre where he died on arrival. “In fact, the family is planning to take him to Grand Gedeh County for burial,” said Representative Sloh.

George Dweh, a cousin of the late President Samuel K. Doe, is on record for his active role in systematic killings of Manos, Gios and other perceived enemies in Monrovia during the Liberian civil war. He, according to reports, was a member of the Nyonblu Tailey death squad that roamed Monrovia especially Sinkor at the height of the civil war in 1990. The entire Johnny Nah family was massacred by a death squad led by George Dweh, according to lone survivor Johnny Nah Jr who testified before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).

In one human rights report about massacres committed in Liberia, George Dweh is recorded among others as one who allegedly participated in the massacre of 27 Gio and Mano families that were members of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) residing at the Barclay Training Center (BTC). In other instances, George Dweh is recorded for allegedly eliminating the Johnny Nah family in Monrovia in 1990, and participated in the massacre of 250 persons, most of them Gio and Mano tribes, at the John F. Kennedy Hospital on August 2, 1990.

Dweh’s active and brutal role in the Liberian civil war did not end following the death of Doe in 1990. He later became an active member of the notorious rebel group, Liberia United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) that invaded Liberia in 1999 in Lofa County from neighboring Guinea. He subsequently became a founding member of the Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL) that came by way of the Ivory Coast in 2003.

Following the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) in Ghana in 2003, George Dweh ascended to the post of Speaker of the National Transitional Legislative Assembly (NTLA) from 2003 to 2005 March 14, and he was suspended from the Assembly after being accused of financial mismanagement and corruption.

Dweh contested in the 2017 presidential election as a candidate for the Redemption Democratic Congress (RDC) and accrued a total vote of 4,935. George Dweh is survived by six children; all of them having names that are derivatives of his name, ‘George’.

The death of Dweh without having faced justice for his alleged crimes, according to local rights and justice advocates, underscores the urgent need for the Government of Liberia to establish a War and Economic crimes court in order to combat and end the scourge of impunity in Liberia. Dweh’s passing has left the human rights community with a sense of loss in that the opportunity to have him face justice is now lost forever, says a prominent justice advocate (name withheld) who fears that other key perpetrators may likely die before facing justice given the undue delay and seeming reluctance of this government to do what its predecessor failed to do.

“We need to be fast in making sure that the court is established because most of the warlords and perpetrators of war crimes are getting old and may die soon,” the justice advocate and human rights lawyer said.

It can be recalled that President George Weah once campaigned on the promise that he would establish a war crimes court to try perpetrators of gross human rights abuse upon taking over as President. But that promise appears to have faltered with no visible sign yet that President Weah is going to make good on his promises, according to observers, despite a rising public cry for justice.

Meanwhile, scores of major players in the Liberian war are still around, some of them serving as lawmakers and enjoying state resources. Some are Senator Prince Y. Johnson of Nimba County (Independent National Patriotic Front); Representative George Boley of Grand Gedeh (Liberia Peace Council); Alhaji G.V. Kromah (ULIMO-K), Thomas Yahyah Nimely (MODEL) and Seku Damateh Konneh (LURD). Alhaji Kromah is now on a bed of affliction, having since faded from the political scene and seemingly vanished from public life.

31 COMMENTS

  1. George Dweh may have been everything you dream of, but he was never member of Tailey’s “death squad”. I live right at Buzzi Quarter and I saw Tailey and his 15 boys daily fighting against Prince Johnson INPFL and Taylor’s NPFL vigorously. Never a day the late was seen with them. You don’t need to add anything to the story you know is not true or is not clear to you be the true. Thanks.

    • Jerue, did George Dweh not commit the crimes he was accused of? Please do not downplay what he did to scores of Innocent Liberians. He was a murderer and you and I know that. Whether he was affiliated with Tailey or not, the man was a killer and I hope he would answer to his maker one day for the lives he and others took away so violently.

      • Fermatta Sherman Nah, daughter of former Deputy Foreign Minister and Ambassador T. Siafa Sherman, along with her family, was murdered in Lapkapzee’s Mangrove Swamp near Monrovia at the hands of George Dweh and his henchmen in 1990. Notably excruciating of her cold-bloody murder was the pregnancy she was carrying for her husband Johnny Nah whom he had just wedded to few months to the escalation of the uncivil war for power and retribution.

        Fermatta graduated from the Teachers College at the University of Liberia and obtained a Fulbright scholarship to do graduate studies at Columbia University’s Teachers’ College in the United States where she graduated with a master’s degree with distinction. She returned to Liberia and began teaching at the University of Liberia in the fall of 1989 in execution of her solemn duties to humanity and her native land. She had numerous opportunities to further her career in the United States but chose to return home and contribute her quota to her alma mater, the University of Liberia.

        The young and aspiring Fermatta then married to Johnny Nah her long time fiancé who worked with George Dweh at the Liberia Electricity Cooperation (LEC) prior to the war. When the uncivil war ensued at a ferocious pace, George Dweh assured Johnny and his wife Fermatta not bother seeking refuge elsewhere because he was going to provide protection for them. Johnny yielded to the advise considering what later became a superficial friendship between him and George Dweh. When their neighbors were fleeing the sight of the war marred in relentless killing of innocent civilians, Johnny relented and felt his friend George Dweh would have protected them against the marauding band of murderers.

        BEHOLD George Dweh would be the one to lead his henchmen to the homes of the Nahs and escort them to their final fate in life at the Lakpazeee mangrove swamp. As Johnny pleaded with the murderers for mercy, Fermatta told him and rest of the children, including little Johnny who escaped under the rubble of the thick layer of the sinking mangrove, to knee down and say the Lord’s Prayers while their captors released the trigger at the instruction of George Dweh.

        God allowed little Johnny Nah to escape the horror so the story would be released to the world. In the aftermath of the execution, one of the murderers counted the bodies and realized that little Johnny was missing in the count. They then went on the hunt for him and rained several shots in the mangrove but none of their bullets caught the little boy.

        Over the years, George Dweh lived and enjoyed freedom in “impunity Liberia” while his victims rolled in tears encumbered by the pain of losing their loved ones at his devilish hands.

      • The point made by Gibson is not about Dweh allegedly committing or not committing the war crimes and crimes against humanity. It is about he been in the Tailey’s “death squad” Matter-of-fact, no court of competent jurisdiction has found any Liberian guilty of War crimes or crimes against humanity. While it is true that numerous atrocities were committed during the crises in Liberia, there were also numerous conjectures and lies perpetrated especially by opponents of the government of Liberia, The silence of the ICC on the initiation of investigations into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Liberia is meant to say that Liberian lives do not matter.

    • Yes, you are right! George Dweh was not a part of Tailey’s death squad……as a matter of fact, Tailey came to prominence during the war…….especially after key members of the AFL had either died in battle or absconded the country due to the toll of deaths that was being inflicted on the AFL……
      While on the other hand, George Dweh, not being in any serious combat, was involved in the summary execution of people perceived to be enemies of SKD or those himself had differences with, including Johnny Nah……in essence, George Dweh was busy with executing displaced persons at displaced centers as well as targeting individual Liberians on the basis of being Gio and Mano……He was a fearless murderer……

      I hope Senator Prince Johnson, former Senator Adolphus Dolo, Representative George Borley and Alhaji GV Kromah can have the time to face the war crimes court before they too, can meet their demise!

    • Daily Observer should have not even used such a photograph of THIS SAVAGE GEORGE DWEH. An ass like this would go around personally carrying out massacres; and then his dirty and evil corpse would be allowed to be taken to Grand Gedeh? This ASS body should be seized by survivors of his victims, or the public, and burnt with the rest of whatever left of his dirty and devilish corpse thrown into an abandoned toilet pit!!!!!!!

  2. Gibson Jerue , the rebel news reporter / PRO for all the rebel factions has again returned to his old job. This criminal of a journalist will never change. Hes nothing; but a murderer who could not stop at anything less than point his fellow school mates to the bunch of elephant hunters during the hay days of our deadly civil war in the early 1990s.
    He worked for all these criminals and was even part of the death squads of these killers. Gibson was a member of the E- Die 90 recruits who led the looting of stores in Buzzy quarters and the camp Johnson road areas. He was known for eliminating innocent lives who he saw as sympathizers of the famous June 27 1990 civil society match that requested Gen Doe to come down for peace sake.

    He cleverly absconded to the United states and lied under oath that he was never an armed militias of Gen. Samuel Doe troops. We have alerted the FBI already and his ass will be snatched one day and brought to justice for his killings he committed. Gibson was at the St Peter Lutheran Church Massacred, The UN compounds in the Congo town area and the Say town abduction of the Mano and Gio soldiers who were suspected of been sympathizers of the NPFL. We will unearthed these stories of this fake journalist calling himself writer. Gibson was a very close buddy to one Robert Tarlue who was also another desperate khran killer during the war. He was responsible for the killing of one John Paye, a former driver of the UL students bus that commuted between Fendell and main campuses of the University. We know this criminal of a journalist.

  3. I challenge you Gibson to come and denied if you did not know Robert Tarlue who had once worked in the Admissions office as a janitor with Dean Flahn before the civil war at the University of Liberia. You were both friends who had close ties to Capt Younbu Tailey, the death squad commander who took instructions directly from Gen Doe. You directly shared names of student leaders to your kinsmen to get eliminated for their participation in the June 27 citizens match in Monrovia. By the time, you still had residence in the same Buzzy quarters area and was known for looting all the stores , and small shops on the Clay streets, Benson streets and UN Drives areas. We know this rebel journalist. That’s the reason why you chose to write for the standard news paper that was the PR arm of the ULIMO J faction. You contributed to the lost of many lives in Monrovia during the civil war. You are on records for the killings of UL students who were perceived as enemies of the state by Gen Doe. Just sit ur stink mouth in the United States and enjoy your lies.

    • I want to connect with you, Mr. Moore, as I wish to galvanize support from like-minded people making sure those murderers are brought to justice no matter where they are.
      How may I get in touch with you, Sir

  4. Gibson , are you still there? Come up again with nonsense for the biggest bomb to drop on u he Goat. This moron wants to be in everything as if he has the biggest dick in town. stupid rebel reporter who contributed to the loss of lives in our dear country, sits in America freely and pretend hes a sin today. Killer! Gibson has done more harm tan good and should not go free with these crimes. This boy did lots of ugly things in Liberia and we know him well. today, he pretends to be one of the loudest voices in town with his stink mouth. fire coal eater pretending to be civilized. where are your war comrades today? most of you have file for political asylums playing the victim cards as if you were never the offenders.

    Most of the UL students that died in central Monrovia especial in the Jallahtown area were as a result of your secret names you shared with Capt Talley and his likes. Hes all around the place acting like one of the best minds that prepared journalist of todays Liberia. criminal like him. I just dare you open you gate again to let the bomb out on you. I know your activities from June 1990 until the time of your fleeing to the United States through S/ Leone after the death of Samuel Doe and later Capty Tailey.

    • Research on this Gibson guy, shows he lives in Fargo ND. I am soliciting ideas on how we can get the FBI involve to interrogate him for this alleged heinous crime he committed against our Liberian people.
      I’m sending this message out anyone with the know-how so as to have this guy apprehended

  5. Mr. Gibson! Your correction for Dweh killing association makes no sense once he was a killer. Why are you trying to make the gentleman story on George Dweh sound ugly to the audience when in fact you knowingly know Mr. Dweh as a killing machine or your associate. What’s the sense of reasoning here for correction about someone killing activities that was morally wrong? The killing squad which Mr. Dweh has been link to is your point of correction which is absolutely out of context here. In fact, Mr. Dweh was part of a killing squad which in similarity has same motive of Talley death squad. Their sole purpose here was to killed fellow Liberians that did not agree with them. They are all killers regardless of their squad. You are lucky to be in the U. S living comfortably after doing all that you are accused of doing in our civil crisis. If I were you, I just zip my mouth and hope that, no one ever call the FBI about my past. If the facts are correct about your involvement of death squad in Liberia civil crisis, don’t risk yourself for defending wrong because sooner or later, they will come after you.

  6. This story has certainly caught my attention and therefore requires a little deeper look that might likely lead to somewhere

  7. Fermatta Sherman Nah, daughter of former Deputy Foreign Minister and Ambassador T. Siafa Sherman, along with her family, was murdered in Lapkapzee’s Mangrove Swamp near Monrovia at the hands of George Dweh and his henchmen in 1990. Notably excruciating of her cold-bloody murder was the pregnancy she was carrying for her husband Johnny Nah whom he had just wedded to few months to the escalation of the uncivil war for power and retribution.

    Fermatta graduated from the Teachers College at the University of Liberia and obtained a Fulbright scholarship to do graduate studies at Columbia University’s Teachers’ College in the United States where she graduated with a master’s degree with distinction. She returned to Liberia and began teaching at the University of Liberia in the fall of 1989 in execution of her solemn duties to humanity and her native land. She had numerous opportunities to further her career in the United States but chose to return home and contribute her quota to her alma mater, the University of Liberia.

    The young and aspiring Fermatta then married to Johnny Nah her long time fiancé who worked with George Dweh at the Liberia Electricity Cooperation (LEC) prior to the war. When the uncivil war ensued at a ferocious pace, George Dweh assured Johnny and his wife Fermatta not bother seeking refuge elsewhere because he was going to provide protection for them. Johnny yielded to the advise considering what later became a superficial friendship between him and George Weah. When their neighbors were fleeing the sight of the war marred in relentless killing of innocent civilians, Johnny relented and felt his friend George Dweh would have protected them against the marauding band of murderers.

    BEHOLD George Dweh would be the one to lead his henchmen to the homes of the Nahs and escort them to their final fate in life at the Lakpazeee mangrove swamp. As Johnny pleaded with the murderers for mercy, Fermatta told him and rest of the children, including little Johnny who escaped under the rubble of the thick layer of the sinking mangrove, to knee down and say the Lord’s Prayers while their captors released the trigger at the instruction of George Dweh.

    God allowed little Johnny Nah to escape the horror so the story would be released to the world. In the aftermath of the execution, one of the murderers counted the bodies and realized that little Johnny was missing in the count. They then went on the hunt for him and rained several shots in the mangrove but none of their bullets caught the little boy.

    Over the years, George Dweh lived and enjoyed freedom in “impunity Liberia” while his victims rolled in tears encumbered by the pain of losing their loved ones at his devilish hands.

  8. Please dig deeper Dan. This criminal of a journalist calling himself s defender of his one time partner in crime will find himself out some day and hopefully soon. This guys sits in the United States running his dirty mouth on other good citizens he contributed to their sufferings and pretend to be one sin from heavens. Gibson is a board face murderer who contributed a lot to the elimination of some of our past student leaders in the Jallahs town community checkpoint of the defunct AFL to be specific. Gibson and his criminal in crimes were always seen at these shadow checkpoints waiting for their preys who were from the student community especially the UL students.

    These makeshift and ragtag checkpoints would not spare any known student leader/s who felt prey to their wrath. He was often see fully dressed in his full military regadier tooting his M-16 & LAR automatic raffles between the Buzzy quarters, Capitol bypass and the Jallah and would later crossed the road to the infamous Rocksprings valley during the dust to dawn curfew hours. what makes this so serious was when this Prince Y Johnson criminal began to knock at the suburb of Monrovia – the Cardwell areas, situations just got terrible for community dwellers in the city centre who were left with no other choice but to seek refuge at the Grey stone compound of the US embassy staff.

    This is a true story of this criminal who thinks no one knows his accounts as he continues to parade the super highways pretending to be an astute intelligential of his native tribesman. we know him well and will unmasked this bitch. The late Momolu Lavella, was one of the preys of Gibson. He was slaughter right at this very Jallahtown checkpoint by Gibson Cherue, Robert Tarlue under the command of Capt. Younbu Tailey. The Late Wuo Garbee Tarpiah and other comrades got intercepted around the 16 street sikor belt by the extension of these tugs and were never again seen up to todays date. The Late Benedict Garlawolo and others got intercepted in the ELBC community/ Paynesville belt by the associates of Gibson and his groups who had students names listed and shared with the late Alfred Manyea and Gbeku Wright and Col Solo of the than EMG guard battalion. Come on with your rants Gibson to have your full war history exposed further. Just have it quiet and buried yourself for now. any attempt to say nonsense, the Executive mansion lion story will come out soon. This is where you assisted the throwing into the lions dent of your fellow comrades from the student community at the UL. By the time, Gibson pretended to be member of the student intelligent class and would sneak through to get information and relay to his death squad for the night movements especially during the curfew hours in central Monrovia – UN Drive and BTC barrack.

  9. Where are you Gibson Cherue? are you still alive? comer on here lets dance to the tone of what you like. I will unmasked your dirty deals during the hay days of the uncivil war in in our country. You have probably forgotten your sayings , Don’t try it or your ma will wear black’ . These were the common slogans you and tugs sang all through day and night hours as you looted from shops, stores and petty cook shops. Folks who were around by the time , will still remember this infamous saying of the AFL militias all over the city centre. Gibson knows Gen. Butt Nicked very well , I dare him to denied he never interacted with him at the Executive mansion. These were their killing heroes.

    Human heads were rolling like football and it was just so scaring for anyone to move about freely besides gun totters. 1990 June – September is a period never forgotten in the lives of the dwellers of central Monrovia. As the criminal NPFL of Charles Taylor continue their mayhem in the Paynesville red light and soul clinic districts, Gibson and his bunch of killers were busy doing the same in the city centre against innocent civilians.

    • Mr. Moore, I would like to get in contact with you and all other justice lovers to galvanize support in bringing to justice those killers. We can not and should not allow these killers roam around freely.
      We know where they live.

  10. Lord bless us! Will this society ever prosper in the midst of these kinds of injustices and deep-seated animosities? No, I do not think Liberia will forge ahead when crimes of this magnitude were committed and the leaders including Weah, who was recorded making a bold pronouncement at the United Nations that if he was elected president, he would spearhead the setting-up of an international crimes court to bring the monsters to justice, reneged on his promise as soon as he was elected.

    I cannot recall in recent history where in the world has atrocities such as these occurred and the leaders did nothing but ignored the agonies of the victims’ families and survivors. Moreover, appeals after appeals have emanated both nationally and internationally alerting Weah to the grave dangers of not living up to his word and the consequences such could wrought on the moral and social fibre of a broken society, yet he remains recalcitrant.

  11. George Dweh went to his grave with so much blood on his hands. His fate will ultimately be decided by his creator. Unfortunately, there are some blood-thirsty killers like Dweh who may die without ever being punished by the corrupt Liberian courts. The lives of our fellow citizens were shortened, but yet, there’s no one around to avenge their killers. It’s a shame.

    Will Liberia ever get better? Since 1847 when they declared independence, not too many good things have happened.

    The criminal justice system is corrupt.

    The politicians are corrupt.

    The roads are bad off.

    The educational system is not working right.

    The bridges need reenforcement.

    Electricity? Comes and goes or back and forth.

    Running water? Totally unreliable.

    Market houses? Blue flies, stinky, no washrooms.

    How’s about garbage? Piles of stinky garbage can be seen sometimes in Paynesville and on parts of the Bypass.

    Hospitals? More nurses than real medical doctors!

    What’s about gasoline? Terrible. In some areas, gas is sold in bottles than at a regular gas station.

    Food… during the rainy season, it gets rough. Because of bad roads, it’s hard to get way out in the boondocks to get food.

    Sexual promiscuity? It is there. It’s been there. It is rampant these days. Babies born babies. Just go to White Plains and see this with your own eyes.

    What’s wrong with us? What’s really wrong with us my people?

    Peace

  12. This man’s purpose in life, as recounted both in this article and from posters, was really a path of violence and hate, not bravado on the battlefield but the callous slaughter of civilians who were guilty of the offense of not being from his ethnic group. What kind of man, who has his own family at home, yet would round round up another family and then proceed to murder them-including a pregnant mother? What kind of man does that and thereafter, goes home to greet his wife and then hug his kids? His proudest accomplishments, it seems, were being able take the lives of many people extrajudiciously in the twisted belief that it was for a just cause.

    But then, the thing is no man can continue on such a path indefinitely. Disease, illness and even violence, are waiting just around. When death comes knocking and your timer stops, everthing comed to a definite halt. As a fellow human being who will someday die too, I don’t celebrate the passing of another person. But to live a life like Dweh did and have people overwhelmingly remember you for being a brutal, horrible and wicked person – that is bad!!!

  13. With such pinpoint accuracies, Mr. Hney evoked vivid memories of my past life growing up in Liberia and while approaching the latter part of the 20th century, I emigrated in search of life, peace, and safety.

    Yep, that’s the way the country was then when I left it, and in his recapitulation of events, he brings somberness and tears in my eyes to learn that the country is still that way or in fact, worst in many other aspects.

    Let me cry the cry of a catholic prelate who after witnessing the brutal carnage in Liberia during the 14-year civil war lamented saying, “If only tears could heal the wounds, I will cry for this nation!”

  14. The success of EJS to trashed down the TRC recommendations of which she herself was potentially involved, has added more pains and sorrows to the Liberians society most especially those that was hardly hits as been insinuated here in this Johnny Nah’s family scenario giving heed to the perpetrators to walk with impunity. Although the scores of lives that were innocently destroyed or properties damaged on the instruction of those villain guys may not be restituted but justice could have be the only remedy to erase those pains in the heart of Liberians.

    In her strategy to erase those pains in Liberian minds, she designed a high salary scheme for government officials not even thinking about reconstruction as a post war country in order to satisfy her political goal; but today Liberians are dearly missing her government without knowing the political tactics that was employed. Instead of thinking about implementing the TRC recommendations, she wickedly brought out unnecessary programs such as the so called dead vision 2030 to further confuse the Liberian people minds. Justice delay can be denied as it happened today in the George Dweh case. The Nah’s family could be more happier to see Dweh facing justice if possible by hanging, on the contrary he died peacefully. African leaders notably here in Liberia’s, they can be braved to cover the entire country interest for their political gain. President Weah must do whatsoever he can to speedily implement the TRC recommendations in order to curtail the resurgence of those heinous crimes as Sierra Leone did.

  15. So, what should happen to Prince Johnson, Gen ‘Butt Naked” Milton Blayee, Ellen Sirleaf, etc..
    Just a question.

  16. Johnny Nah, Jr. was the sole survivor of the Nah Family, but only after the heel of one of his legs was shattered by bullets, almost severing the foot from the leg! He told his neighbors, the next morning, that he knew the murderers because they frequented their home. His dad would always give them almost anything they requested. In other words, Mr. Nah was kind and nice to them even
    over the disapproval of his son, Junior.

    Junior was around 15 years old and his sister who died with their parents, together with the unborn child, was around 14 years old.

    This is a narrative of how cruel Liberians can be to their fellow country men or women. Before the war, Liberians were considered to be a very friendly people. Neighbors treated each other as if they were biologically related, and so were schoolmates/classmates, or workmates. Johnny,Sr and Mr. Dweh were workmates at LEC when that cold-blooded murder occurred.

    My prayers go out to Johnny Nah, Jr. – the nightmares he lives through almost anytime he goes to sleep at night since that woeful day that befell his once loving and peaceful family. Like Junior, Liberians have lost their innocence since the civil war based on the horrors and atrocities Liberians meted out against fellow Liberians.

  17. George Dweh was even lucky that he died a natural death. This guy was friendly with Moses Mahn Harris, when they Krahn soldiers arrested Mr. Harris and put him in a pick up and took Moses to him, he did not ask his kinsmen to untie Mr. Mahn but told him to take him to chugbor and put him down. Do you think he was serious to save his life? He meant for his people to kill Mr. Harris who ws from Nimba. I have no simpathy for his death. May his soul rest in hell.

  18. Great news! Good to know a murderous dog like George Dweh will rot in hell. Hope the heart attack was not really strong so that he died a slow and painful death. Gibson W. Jerue (From buzzy quarter to Fargo, North Dakota, USA-married to Delbra Dennis Jerue), Robert Tarlue and Yonbu Tailey were terrible krahn killers under Samuel K. Doe. Gibson Jerue does not know he is secretly being watched by US authorities.

  19. I got out a short while before seeing the full blast..but the Nyamadi family has felt the pinch till now……
    Sweet Liberia turned to bitter Liberia, becuase we failed to see the sacredness of love, peace and the human life.
    My late parents and relatives were in the heat and escaped narrowly…..
    SOMEHOW LIBERIA MUST BE SAVED…..SUCH A SWEET NATION…IT HURTS TO THINK ABOUT HOW IT IS NOW…

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