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Oct 24, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Producer Lassana Bamba brings you one of his latest versions of the Mandingo News and Program

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Following a very successful eye surgery in Golden Valley, Minnesota, producer Lassana Bamba brings you one of his latest versions of the Mandingo News and Program. This edition brings you  Full Article »

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As Ghana penalizes corrupt officials, Liberia recycles: An insight to the Zoomlion saga in Liberia and Ghana
Oct 16, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

As Ghana penalizes corrupt officials, Liberia recycles: An insight to the Zoomlion saga in Liberia and Ghana

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Amafla learned from his mother before her death that when a stranger (visitor) arrives to town, the primary possessions taken from the visitor’s luggage are the characteristics of that guest.  Full Article »

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Boat accident in Mali claims twenty, including 15 children: 23 others missing
Oct 13, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Boat accident in Mali claims twenty, including 15 children: 23 others missing

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Mopti (Mali) (AFP) – Twenty people died, including 15 young children, when a boat on the Niger river broke up overnight near the central Malian city of Mopti, officials said,  Full Article »

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More join anti-corruption protest as GOL delegates scrambled to restore fading image of corrupt regime
Oct 11, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

More join anti-corruption protest as GOL delegates scrambled to restore fading image of corrupt regime

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By James Kokulo Fasuekoi from Brooklyn Park, MN-Few weeks from now, little Jowlo, born of immigrant Liberian family in the US, will celebrate her ninth birthday. Though she may not  Full Article »

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“History makes strange bedfellows!” Nyanseor
Oct 11, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

“History makes strange bedfellows!” Nyanseor

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Siahyonkron Nyanseor, Lawrenceville, GA-The idiom, “History makes strange bedfellows” is entering into a peculiar alliance with people you do not share the same beliefs but they are at the center  Full Article »

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Walk in Their Shoes and Donate: Sherif reacts to “Mamadee Sesay’s unwise claims”
Oct 5, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Walk in Their Shoes and Donate: Sherif reacts to “Mamadee Sesay’s unwise claims”

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Mohamed Sherif, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-It is very heartwarming to hear from Mr. Mamadee Sesay, the former Education Committee Chairman after a three year hiatus from anything that has to do with  Full Article »

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Blind Faith in Man: Supporters of Ellen and the Unity Party Government of Liberia
Oct 5, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Blind Faith in Man: Supporters of Ellen and the Unity Party Government of Liberia

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By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor, Lawrenceville, GA-To be an advocate for positive change in a dynamic society (country) requires putting the denizens and country first instead of personal interests. Moreover, it imposes  Full Article »

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“Sponsoring 3 students is unwise use of FELMAUSA’s resources” Sesay detects
Oct 5, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

“Sponsoring 3 students is unwise use of FELMAUSA’s resources” Sesay detects

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Mamadee Bangalee Sesay, Brooklyn Park, MN-Let me hasten to commend the effort of Brother Sheriff for carrying out his responsibility as Chairman of the Education Committee. Over the years, the  Full Article »

Video Interviews

Oct 2, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Bamba 1 News interviews Liberian Gospel singer, Kanvee Gaines Adams

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Kanvee Gaines Adams visited the Twin Cities of Minnesota at the weekend where she also participated in a charity Gospel musical concert mainly geared toward raising fund to build a modern-multipurpose  Full Article »

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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Why Has She Changed?
Oct 2, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Why Has She Changed?

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By James Kokulo Fasuekoi in Excelsior, Minnesota “In the past Ellen Sirleaf proved so desperate to help journalists in need. She literally begged to be the one to buy air  Full Article »