Kona Khasu calls on Liberian Government to Support Arts

      11 Questions: Kona Khasu, Cultural  Aficionado Khasu is a long time Liberian culture promoter and currently heads the Liberian Arts and Culture Council in Liberia as post war Liberia moves to position the arts at the center of national development. To simply called Kona Khasu a cultural enthusiast would be unfair, he has been at the center of education and social policies in his native Liberia for close to a decade and half, and if anyone knows anything about Liberian theatre also, they would know Kona Khasu.   1.…

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Weah Appeal For Suspended Players

        LFA Press Release The governing body of local football, Liberia Football Association, LFA, has officially lifted an indefinite ban placed in mid June 2012 on three top notched actors of the senior national football team of Liberia. Francis Grandpa Doe, Dioh Williams and Anthony Laffor (then captain) were banned for acts mismatched with guiding principles of the national under former coach Kaetu Smith, whose recommendation for suspension of the trio was backed by the LFA and they were indefinitely thrown out of the national mid way…

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President Sirleaf “Enduring Legacy”: A Rejoinder

    By: Ralph Cherbo Geeplay Let’s pick some bones with Ms. Shirley N. Brownell, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s Communications Director and her well written op-ed, “Journey to Partnership: An Enduring Legacy for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.” Shirley is fresh from a trip to Washington DC where she, Sirleaf and delegation called on high profile US officials recently, including outgoing Secretary of State and former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. Brownell returned home enthused, concerned that her boss’s legacy is being discussed early and her name thrown around: “even with five…

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Crystal Palace Nails Liberian Youngster

      Hawa Wesseh, Listener sports Liberian youngster Alex Nimely is now signed to Crystal Palace in the English league. At Palace Nimely is expected to be a regular forward in Coach Ian Holloway’s squad, a break he has not had since his playing career began in England reports say. Before going on to Europe, Nimely laced his boots for Liberia’s FC Mighty Barrolle for a year, 2005-06. He also played for Barrack Young Controllers in the Liberian league for three years, before moving on to Cameroon for a…

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