It is 8:08 am in Monrovia on Saturday, August 30, 2014
Liberian law enforcement has been enabling personal contact between quarantined residents of West Point and the general public, including persons who want to drop off food provisions and other essential items that those quarantined might need.

Dr. David Navarro
A special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General to Ebola affected countries, Dr. David Nabarro has disclosed that he has been mandated by his boss, Ban Ki-moon, to stop the spread of the Ebola Virus in affected countries.

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has told health workers across the country that their work is the ultimate sacrifice in line with Hippocratic Oath that compels them to save lives.

Dr. Sirleaf: ‘I am not in Liberia to make money, but committed to my country and continent’
Dr. Adama Sirleaf, son of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has refuted claims that his coming to Liberia is meant to capitalize on the millions of dollars pouring into the country in Ebola-related aid under his mother’s administration.

Honorary Consul General Sachdeva in conversation with President Sirleaf
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has lauded the continuous support of India and its community in Liberia, especially during such a difficult period in the history of the country where it is plagued with the deadly Ebola virus that has claimed several lives.

The Late Madam Mary Mamie Howe
Madam Mary Mamie Howe, who served for many years as Notary Public of Montserrado County, has died. This sad event occurred at 2 o’clock a.m. on Wednesday, August 20, 2014, at her residence at Chugbor, Old Road, following a brief illness.  She was in her 66th year.

Dr. David Navarro

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Dr. Sirleaf: ‘I am not in Liberia to make money, but committed to my country and continent’

Honorary Consul General Sachdeva in conversation with President Sirleaf

The Late Madam Mary Mamie Howe

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Nurses take care of a patient with Ebola hemorrhagic fever. AFP/WHO photo

Ebola Threatens Liberia

At least 59 of out of 80 persons are now confirmed dead after coming in contact with the Ebola virus in the southern forest regions of Gueckedou and Macenta in Guinea, close to the Liberian border, Guinea’s government has confirmed. 

Reports of the virus trickling into northern Liberia suggest at least one Ebola-related death in Foya, Lofa County. Up to press time, officials in Lofa could not be reached for comment. Monrovia officials are also tightlipped, only stating that a press conference will be held Monday.


(L-r) Mrs. Parker presents the ambulance’s keys to President Sirleaf

Ecobank has donated a brand new four-door ambulance jeep to the government of Liberia to enhance its logistical strength to fight the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Liberia.


Late Coach Omulu Kpangba Omulu and right with the St. Martin Basketball Team

The inevitable chaser of life has struck again. Nowadays, in Liberia reports of death are almost as uncommon as during the Liberian civil war.

LIB Life

A blind Liberian recording artist, popularly known as the ‘The Blind Nimbaian Gospel Musician,’ is in dire need of financial assistance to make two gospel albums, amidst these difficult times in th

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