Lord: Liberia, why are you crying? OML: I am pathetic. I am a disappointment. My children are dying. My young children especially, while in their prime. Their lives cut short. Their stories ended. Like Rachael, I refuse to be comforted. Lord: You will be comforted in time. They cannot come back to you, but […]
OML: I need help. You have to help me. Please! Lord: Whatever it is, I am sure I have given you the answers. OML: Really? I have not gotten any answers. Lord: Ok, what is your need? OML: I want to grow, develop, prosper, and be counted among the nations. Lord: It is 2020. […]
Liberian English is a kind of broken English that is spoken by a majority of Liberians. It is sometimes called Simple English or Waterside English. Centuries ago, natives of the Grain Coast who worked on British vessels, or traded with the British, spoke a corrupt form of English. The Settlers from the United States also […]
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A US charity working with young girls in Monrovia, failed to protect them from an employee who raped and infected some of the girls with HIV. Read the full story in this Pro Publica and Time Magazine report. Source By Finlay Young for ProPublica. Photography by Kathleen Flynn, special to ProPublica. October 11, 2018. This […]
Section 7611 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020, Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness (LRIF), allows Liberian nationals and their spouses, unmarried children under 21 years old, or unmarried sons and daughters 21 years old or older living in the United States who meet the eligibility requirements to apply to become lawful permanent […]
This adaptation of the Story of Jesus from the Gospel of Luke has a Bassa language voiceover. Now Bassa speakers can watch this story of Jesus in their own tongue. Please play this for your children and your elderly parents, and let us appreciate our Liberian languages.
Congratulations to Gabriel Nah, an 11th grader of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, as the winner of our February sweepstakes. Thanks to this high school student for taking the time to review and give constructive feedback on LiberiaInfo. Much appreciated. Gabriel is a student at St. Peter Claver High School. He aspires to become a mechanical […]