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The Full Picture: Senator George Weah is Not Forbes’ 4th Most Powerful Men in Africa

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March 25, 2015

The Full Picture: Senator George Weah is Not Forbes’ 4th Most Powerful Men in Africa.

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The Full Picture: Senator George Weah is Not Forbes’ 4th Most Powerful Men in Africa

“A recent report flooding Liberia and Liberian social media platforms posted by one Sam Manneh on Facebook, believed to be protégé of Senator George Weah that the Senator has been named Africa’s 4th Most Powerful Men by Forbes Magazine has come out to be far from the truth”.

TND Alert: Last Liberian Ebola Patient Discharged, Will Country be Declared Ebola-Free Soon?

TND Alert: Last Liberian Ebola Patient Discharged, Will Country be Declared Ebola-Free Soon?.

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TND Alert: Last Liberian Ebola Patient Discharged, Will Country be Declared Ebola-Free Soon?

” Ebola-SurvivorssThe last Ebola patient in Liberia who was receiving care at the Chinese Emergency Treatment Unit in Paynesville, few miles outside of the country’s capitol, Monrovia, was discharged today”.

Demonstration Awaits President Sirleaf in Washington DC

Demonstration Awaits President Sirleaf in Washington DC.

Demonstration Awaits President Sirleaf in Washington DC

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According to the leader of the demonstration against Jerry Wehtee Wion, says they are demonstrating against the Liberian President for corruption and her failed policies, including human rights violation and complacency as well as insensitivity to the Ebola outbreak which led to the highest death and infection recorded rate by an Ebola infected country.

“We are demonstrating against President to let President Obama and the world know that all is not well in Liberia and bring the true picture of what is happening in Liberia so as to acquaint President Obama with reality in the country and not listen some fairy tale account from the President which will paint as things are rosy in the country”.

UNDP HD Report 2015: Worrisome Future for Liberia, Life Expectancy Rises but Poverty & a ‘Working Poor’ Workforce Riddle Country’s Potential

UNDP HD Report 2015: Worrisome Future for Liberia, Life Expectancy Rises but Poverty & a ‘Working Poor’ Workforce Riddle Country’s Potential.

UNDP HD Report 2015: Worrisome Future for Liberia, Life Expectancy Rises but Poverty & a ‘Working Poor’ Workforce Riddle Country’s Potential

“Liberia’s life expectancy rate at birth increased by 14 years since 1980 when life expectancy was 46 years but the report finds the life expectancy of a Liberian to be 60 years with female Liberians living 61.5 years while male life expectancy is 59.6 years”.

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