It is 11:58 pm in Monrovia on Thursday, November 27, 2014
Liberia’s Ambassador-designate to Brussels and the European Union (EU), Sen. Isaac Nyenabo, has indicated that with the current state of affairs in Africa and the world at large, the EU needs strong people like him to further improve Liberia and Brussels’ relations.

Pres. Sirleaf being briefed by the head of Alpha OAU ETU in Virginia, Dr. Jonathan Hart
Dr. Atai Omurutu, head doctor at the Island Clinic Ebola treatment unit, has raised an alarm over the disturbing incidents of male Ebola survivors infecting their partners and putting entire families at risk.

Independent Senatorial aspirant Miatta Fahnbulleh
Independent Senatorial aspirant Miatta Fahnbulleh  has said that the new “development strategy” in the form of Social Development Fund (SDF) initiated by the government of Liberia and concessionaires operating in the country are only meant to appease Liberians while the country’s natural resources  are plundered and transported overseas.

Dr. Sampson Azoakoi, Bong County Health Officer
The Bong County Health Team has released an update of Ebola cases in the county, recording a total of 22 new cases in a period of just one week amidst the election campaign.
Credible information gathered by the Daily Observer reveals that the Liberian Senate has resolved to “reject” all presidential nominees based on “political differences with President Johnson Sirleaf.”

A Chinese medical officer explains to President Sirleaf the design of the 100-bed ETU shaped in the form of an E on the map
The first and only Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) constructed so far by the People’s Republic of China has been dedicated in Monrovia, with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf describing the facility as what “looks like first class” treatment for the people of Liberia.

Pres. Sirleaf being briefed by the head of Alpha OAU ETU in Virginia, Dr. Jonathan Hart

Independent Senatorial aspirant Miatta Fahnbulleh

Dr. Sampson Azoakoi, Bong County Health Officer

A Chinese medical officer explains to President Sirleaf the design of the 100-bed ETU shaped in the form of an E on the map

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Picture of DenG manager Alice Yawo in t-shirt

“If They Vex, Let Them Buss”

The catchy colloquialisms of Liberian music hit-maker DenG are hard to beat, and have earned him a reputation as one of the most followed Liberian artists online, especially in the Diaspora. Not only have his hit tracks get listed among top-requests on airwaves in other African countries, but the phrase he made famous – “If they vex, let them buss” – might turn out to be a sweet business opportunity for the artist.  With the phrase on everyone’s lips both in hostile or friendly talk, DenG’s management team is making it a fashion statement – literally.

Business


NPA Managing Director Matilda Parker

A high-level security leadership training for ranking members of the Liberia Sea Port Police (LSP) has opened in Monrovia, the Management of the port authority of Liberia has declared.

Sports


A. Nanejie Torbor, ll applauds coaches appointments

A long time follower of Liberian football, A. Nanejie Torbor, ll, has applauded the appointments of former national soccer team players to manage the various national teams.

LIB Life


Picture of DenG manager Alice Yawo in t-shirt

The catchy colloquialisms of Liberian music hit-maker DenG are hard to beat, and have earned him a reputation as one of the most followed Liberian artists online, especially in the Diaspora.

Liberian Observer

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