Because of his outstanding achievements, Galakpai Mulbah was nominated and eventually voted to receive the 2020 Black Engineer of the Year Modern-Day Technology Leader Award.
As a past defense spokesman of the disbanded National Patriotic Front of Liberia, Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu was one of Liberia’s notable and outspoken former warlords.
Today, while Liberia has a long way to go with regard to providing educational, rehabilitative, and other services for people with disabilities, the country has a legislation for people with disabilities and a National Council on Disabilities. Among the sung and unsung heroes and heroines who laid the foundation for this accomplishment was Maima Darbah Fahnbulleh.
On April 8, President George Weah announced a state of emergency restricting travel across counties. For four counties that had already recorded Coronavirus cases, the president ordered a stay home measure requiring all residents to stay indoors and only come out for essential trips relating to food or medical supplies. The following pictures show residents of the Monrovia metropolitan area navigating the stay home order.
The Bush Chicken is profiling the five Integrity Icon finalists from Liberia for 2019. Musu M. Mulbah serves the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare as the focal person for all sexual and gender-based violence cases at the C. B. Dunbar Hospital in Gbarnga, Bong.
If you have truly enjoyed our work and you want us to improve, we urge you to become more than a passive reader. We ask that you donate US$10 a month or a US$100 one-time gift.
Once more, we pause to mark the passing of a veteran Liberian diplomat and dear friend, Christopher Tugba Moseh (Moses) Minikon. Ambassador Minikon died on July 4, 2019 in Rockville, Maryland, in the United States, surrounded by his family including his wife Bernadette. He was 86.
Watch a collection of clips from the Save the State protest.