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Quilters in Liberia

A quilt in Liberia’s executive mansion. Former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was a great booster of Liberia’s quilting tradition.

Here’s a tidbit for the quilters who visit this blog. 232 more words

Didier Drogba says 'no' to politics despite Weah's invitation

Former Ivorian international, Didier Drogba, has dismissed talk of entering politics and possibly rising to become president of the West African county.

According to him, there were different ways a person could impact on their societies stressing that despite politics being part, he had other ideas. 243 more words


Cham Cham @The Pill Box Kitchen, 23rd February 2018

The January blues will be behind us, time to enjoy the new year – come and join us at our first supper club of 2018!! 182 more words


Opinion: Liberia Maritime Industry Is Liberia's Engine For Growth & Employment

Few years ago, two very valuable Liberian maritime experts, Charles N. Wolo and Christian G. Herbert, both my personal friends and heroes, lost their lives. 4,289 more words


Liberia's Sirleaf promises face-off with her party over expulsion

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is in the last days of her reign as Africa’s first democratically elected female president. She has, however, set a political battle for her days out of office. 206 more words


Liberia: Incoming National Legislature Selects New Leadership

Monrovia, 16 January, 2018 – In the West African nation of Liberia, less than a week to the inauguration of President-Elect George Weah to succeed outgoing president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, lawmakers on Monday convened the first session of the 54th Legislature where a new corp of leadership was selected. 372 more words