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Headline News from Liberia

FELMAUSA regrets the death of Alhaji Ansumana F. Kromah
Written by King Mohamed   
Thursday, 24 July 2014 16:49

The Department of Publicity of the Federation of Liberian Mandingo Association of United States of America deeply regrets to announce the passing of the late Alhaji Ansumana  F.  Kromah on today July 23, 2014 at a local hospital in Darby Pennsylvania, USA.  The late Ansumana Kromah served in various capacities in the Liberian government and the private sector ranging from High School Principal of Tapeh Memorial High School in Tappita Nimba County, Assisting and Development Superintendent of Nimba County, Minister of Internal Affairs, Commissioner of the Special Elections Commission, Republic of Liberia.

Liberia: FROM LABOR PAIN TO REARING PAIN, The Story Of A Liberian Twin Mother
Written by Paul M. Kanneh/   
Thursday, 24 July 2014 16:28

From left to right are the twin brothers, Alusa and Hansa
“I gave birth to my children the same day and the same time”. They are now four years and one has walked and the other is still sitting down on the ground”. I have sought both medial and herbalist interventions for my son to walk, but nothing seem to be working at all,” the voice of Hansan and Alusa Kamara’s mother in an interview with this reporter.

Four years ago, Sister Amie Kamara brought into this world two beautiful male twin. Like another mother, Ms. Kamara was very happy to give birth to her children with the hope that, they grow up proportionally.

UNICCO donated medical supplies finally gets presented to the Nimba County Health Team and the Jackson Fiah Doe Regional Referral Hospital
Written by Teeko Tozay Yorlay   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 12:23

Sanniquellie City; Tuesday, 22 July 2014:
The County Administration of Nimba County has presented to the Nimba County Health Team and the Jackson Fiah Doe Regional Referral Hospital several medical supplies donated to Nimba County by the United Nimba Citizens Council (UNICCO) of the United States of America. Making the donation of 471 cartoons and 141 assorted bags of medical supplies as well as 1 bed, 4 electronic medical chairs, 4 springboards, 7 trails, 27 pieces of walking stakes and 11 pieces of wheel chairs to the two institutions, Superintendent Fong Gami Zuagele expressed the thanks and appreciation of the County Administration and people of Nimba to UNICCO for this much needed donation in the right direction.

Let's Tell the Story Honestly
Written by Musa V. Sheriff   
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 05:38

In 2003, through the effort of the International Community the course of direction was changed from disaster to peace.  This means that we have enjoyed a decade of  "protected peace" in Liberia. Protected peace is the act of building peace in a failed state.  This process of building peace comes with a huge human and financial cost. Ours,  is a perfect example - Liberia. Therefore, we must do all to sustain this valuable gift - peace. In fact, we must do more in changing the current status quo, and  also tell the story honestly. So what went wrong?

Nimba Citizens In North Dakota Donate Medical Supplies
Written by Wellington Patrick, LINA Nimba County Correspondent   
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 22:11

SANNIQUELLIE, July 22 (LINA) -The North Dakota branch of the United Nimba Citizens Council in the United States has donated over US$100,000 worth of medical equipment and assorted materials to Nimba County. Presenting the equipment to the County Health Team, Superintendent Fong Zuagele urged the team to ensure proper delivery and use of the equipment as is expected by the donors.

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