President George Weah has appointed Maxwell Saah Kemayah, the deputy foreign affairs minister, as Liberia’s ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations with accreditation to Cuba.
Lewis Brown, Liberia’s permanent representative to the United Nations, says Liberians no longer need to fear but to keep hoping for the better.
Over the past week and a half, my social media feeds have been flooded with pictures and musings from Liberian journalists in the United States, primarily as a result of a meeting of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the United States.
During a joint press conference with Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh recently, Liberia’s Information Minister Lewis G. Brown said that regulations governing community radio stations would become more stringent, in light of the mob violence in Ganta.
Justice Minister Benedict Sannoh has officially lifted the ban on the operation of commercial motorcycles in Ganta.
It is time we change the tone which government officials use to address the Liberian people and the press. Government officials are servants of the people, not lords or masters.
The Deputy Incident Manager of the Incident Management Team, says that for Liberia to maintain zero new Ebola cases, health protocols must be strictly adhered to at all of Liberia’s borders.
Lewis Brown, Liberia’s information minister, has urged Liberians to make history in the fight against the deadly Ebola virus. Brown spoke today at the daily press briefing at the Ministry of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism.