Many publications tend to use figures that suggest that Liberian children are largely out of school. A Nation-Master publication indicates that Liberia’s total primary-school-age children who were not enrolled in either primary or secondary school in 2011 were 84,480, fifth place in the world.
In the midst of the current 2017 elections season, I have read many flippant remarks about the imminent peaceful transfer of presidential power as a first in Liberian history.
Did Urey’s team treat over 5,000 people during the Ebola epidemic? And if so, was that number more than what the government and international community treated combined?
The first presidential debate to feature top candidates concluded with Alexander Cummings of the Alternative National Congress emerging as the clear winner.
Leslie Lumeh, who has been labeled as “Liberia’s most celebrated artist” on CNN, sat for a painting session and conversation with The Bush Chicken.
Campaigning for the October 10 election has officially begun and that was obvious in the streets of Monrovia.
The seventh edition of the Golden Image Award was recently held in honor of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at the Monrovia City Hall.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of the impending 170th independence anniversary and political campaigning comes the death in his 61st year of Forkpa H. Kemah, one of a very small number of professionally trained Liberian librarians and archivists.