Minneapolis, Minn., March 28, 2015 – Activities celebrating the final journey of the late Hon. Lee S. Mason, Sr., Assistant Minister for Regional and Sectoral Planning at Liberia’s Ministry of Full Article »
Lassana Bamba, 3/27/2015, Crystal, Minn. – The notion that, “Some people are like turtle, they need fire on their backs before acting,” is becoming clearer by the days. This African Full Article »
Reports reaching Bamba 1 News from the Nederland suggest that children orphaned by the deadly EBOLA virus in Liberia have received support from BENGOMA, the Liberian Mandingo Organization in the Full Article »
It warned, that in the case where the administration opts not to comply with the rule of law vis-a-vis the audit committee and its jurisdiction, it will use other available powers, including but not limited to Chapter (12) Article 3 and 4 of the Federation’s constitution.
Large outbreaks of measles and other preventable infectious diseases could occur in West Africa due to the collapse of health systems in Ebola-ravaged countries, according to a recent report. With Full Article »
Kirsti Marohn, St. Cloud Times, St. Cloud, Minn. – To motorists passing by, a wreck on the highway is a scene of chaos — skid marks, shattered glass, vehicles torn apart by Full Article »
It is hypocritical for Liberian journalists, who are considered the watch dogs of the country to go after public officials and private citizens under the guise of fighting corruption while indulging in similar acts.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR Ethnic disturbances/March 10, 2015 Dear Editor, I have read for the third time in a row, your story titled: “Zorzor, Lofa County: Woman’s Death Leads to Full Article »
James Kokulo Fasuekoi, Eden Prairie, Minn. – Prior to traveling to Liberia January 2013, having completed studies with a Master’s in Criminal Justice, in addition to a Bachelor’s and Associate degrees in Full Article »