For good or bad, Liberia is noted for setting world records. In 1847 we became the first black African nation to gain independence. From whom? It’s difficult to tell; and even today, that question remains highly contestable, especially for aboriginal historians like Dr. Guanna who believe that the “Grain Coast” was already a well formed kingdom long before the conquistadors had landed.
A women group under the banner of Safe-Cities Women Forum and Medica Liberia in collaboration with Action Aid Liberia has joined calls for justice and fair treatment in the alleged rape and impregnation of 13-year old girl by Grand Gedeh County District#2 Representative MoraisWaylee. The women organization promised to keenly follow the Waylee’s trial from start to its logical conclusion just to ensure that justice is served in the case of the 13-year old alleged rape survivor.
Coca-Cola Bolstering Africa’s Resilience and Replenish Africa Initiative Programs say more than six million Africans are expected to be reached with access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene by 2020.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has received expressions of concern by parents about the public comments made by the Foreign Minister of Turkey, Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu during a one-day visit to Monrovia, regarding the Turkish Light International School System. The school operates a pre-primary, primary, junior and senior high school in Liberia.