The young Executive Director indicated in his writeup that the most recent rape in Liberia has created serious sense of insecurity for families. Willie also quoted the victim’s family as saying that, when the 12-year old was attacked, “The Liberian Police refused to put,(Victim’s mane withheld) in a government vehicle to transport her to seek immediately medical attention.”
On January 18, 2015, we invited Philip Turle, deputy editor in chief at Radio France International and also a lecturer in journalism at Sorbonne University in Paris. He is also Full Article »
On December 21, 2014, Liberia’s most acclaimed photojournalist, James Kokulo Fasuekoi, gave his account of the war that claimed nearly 300,000 innocent lives. Mr. Kokulo Fasuekoi, an award winning photojournalist, Full Article »
A renowned community critic, Mr. Ousman Bamba, alias Obe was a guest on Bamba 1 Radio talk-show, “Community and You.”
Obe answered questions on why he’s always on the flip side of what is considered meaningful projects by those he criticize. He has criticized government officials as well as community leaders, some of which his critics considered very spicy.
The Deputy Editor in Chief at Radio France International, Philip Turle, will make an appearance on Bamba 1 Radio this Sunday, January 18, 2015, at 1:30 Central Daylight time. As Full Article »
As you can see in this picture, on this faithful day, I was departing Jacob Town, Paynesville, Montserrado County, Liberia, after a two-week visit. I had gone to see my Full Article »