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  1. Dear Madam president

    Greetings.i was a man before we left Afrcia,America is using you to kill me,

    i will discuss with my parents oscar j quiah and George Boley,i prefer south Africa.
    if we have anything to do with African politics,

    Liberia is America farm,and Americans dogs,if i equip myself,i will be your nelson mendala.

    in ten years,for now, my life was distory by,d very Americans,i had to carry my mother children and my own wife,and children,with out one cent,but faith,why my father left bilions with American,

    Americans are dengerous people,be very careful, lets used our infulances in Australia, to move all liberians in Australia,and turn liberia over to Australia,taylor E Major and his family, rejected us after our father die,

    when it was our father who sent their daughter julia major to Ghana for education,

    am fighting for my parents, and my children in Australia, am American emeny for life,i was president obama, and Bill clinton, because of jews vision,

    until then may d good lord bless you and give you long life,

    thanks Rev Christopher Davies,

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  9. Open Letter to the President of Liberia

    Mass Failure of Liberian Students,University Entrance Examination

    Dear Madam President,

    It is lamenting to have read in the Daily Graphics,27th August,2013; that non of the student who sat for the university entrance examination succeed.I learned it was a mass failure.I was sad about the minister of Education remark ,probing the result of the students who sat for the entrance.In as much i disagree with the university result,I think by this time the government should start to invest in the educational system by developing human resources for national development.

    For the past ten years ,Liberia is unable to produce critical thinkers,scholars and real world change agents.This is the time the government should embark on academic rigor in providing professional development to human resource.

    Madam President,as such,imagine a new generation of effective leaders in the public,social sector and private that puts wisdom across the ages to work in Liberia and the world.

    1.I expect the government to employ experts and professional to equip our children.
    2.The minister should establish community mobile English class for daily reading.It could be a pilot project.
    3.Reading and essay competition at the primary level
    4.Ten men committee to revisit the curricula,made up the heads of universities,teacher training institutes and three members from the ministry curriculum department.
    5.Modern text books,qualified graduate teachers to teach at he primary division
    Besides,research team should be set up for facts finding mission in each county.A period of three months to write comprehensive report and the way forward.

    Madam president,this is not time for “cool chop” the minister should be on the ground with head of departments to find pragmatic solution to the education crisis in Liberia.This is the time you need innovative,visionary and team players to make radical reform.

    In a conversation with one of the politicians in the 1980s said “Liberia is a big elephant where everyone come to enjoy the pound of flesh and leave” I was amused,it is this mind-set that people appointed in government are not patriotic,honest,hardworking,dedicated to the vision of rebuilding Liberia.It is a shame as we live in a globalize world with and technologies,yet secondary student are unable to express themselves.

    Long live Liberia.May God bless our land.

    Kindly publish this letter in your newspaper.

    Address:John Rickson Willie
    Lincoln High School,
    Head of Department:General Arts.
    Number:00233201924373

    • Suge W. Roberts says:

      For the past ten years ,Liberia is unable to produce critical thinkers,scholars and real world change agents.This is the time the government should embark on academic rigor in providing professional development to human resource.”

      Mr. Willie, thanks so much for this letter. The premises and the conclusion of this is letter puts forth an argument that goes beyond those ten decades and reclaims the present by reminding Liberia’s politicians (the letter is not meant only for the current president, but it also goes to the future presidents) some of whom will become presidents.

      I also want to propose that every future president after his/her inauguration should invite all college graduate Liberian within Liberia and abroad to a development conference in Monrovia ( who will pay for those who live abroad plan tickets? well, the government is capable if and only if the elected president is willing by not only favoring his/her friends).During this conference two mean things to be discuss:

      -Building of Roads
      -Electricity
      -Dual Citizenship

      (1)building of roads, (a) everything discuss on this topic should be put into writing; (b)the discussion should focus on how to connect all the counties with good roads;(c)the discussion should also focus on the ways and means on how to attract investors to this project and used the expertise that gather at the conference to implement the project; (d)the road will reduce poverty and improves academy development and improves health by enabling farmers to sell their produce and using the money from their produce (among other things)to send their children to school.

      (2)Electricity:(a) everything discuss on the topic should be put in writing; (b)the discussion should focus on how to connect all the counties with electricity;(c)the discussion should also focus on the ways and means on how to attract investors to this project and used the expertise that are gather for the implementation of the project.

      (3)Dual citizenship amendment should be veto by (president who want to see Liberia develop)the current or future president so as to attract investors who want to make Africa their home, for example, Ghana has a dual citizenship, see how some African countries are developing quickly; because investors makes those countries their homes.

  10. Bhavesh Vaswani says:

    Hi there,

    I would like to apply for Liberian National Police Clearance certificate. I do not know how to apply and where to apply? Could you please help me applying for it or send me the form to apply for it. Please contact me on bhaveshvaswani312@gmail.com or on 0011 61 430 594243.

    Regards

  11. Pst. Reginald G. Langar says:

    Unmovable Baptist Church
    Morris’ Farm, Paynesville City
    C/O Box 2997, 1000Monrovia, 10Liberia, West Africa
    Unmovablebaptistchurch@gmail.com Phone #: +231 770 800 265

    PROJECT APPLICATION:

    Title of the Project: REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE
    CHURCH EDIFICE.

    Submitting Organization/Church: UNMOVABLE BAPTIST CHURCH, LIBERIA

    Person in Charge: Pastor Reginald G. Langar
    Address: Morris’ Farm, Paynesville, Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa
    E-mail: regielan@gmail.com
    Cell #: (00231) 880 640 536

    Unmovable Baptist Church is a growing outskirt of Morris’ Farm, Paynesville city, Monrovia, Liberia. In order to accommodate the growing number of people, we are in need of meeting place or room so as to build unity among people of different tribes of and fostering development and therefore we need a church building. This project is a new project of the church since it was establish in February, 2010.

    We first bought a half plot of land worth USD$ 700.00, its equivalent in Liberian dollars is LD$ 51,100.00. Secondly, we have constructed the foundation and raise the wall up to window level and have gone out of funds.

    So far the local people have contributed up till USD$ 3000.00. This project will be sustained through collections and church contribution. We have not apply for and assistance from anyone/organization before.

    The total budge of the project is USD$ 28,690.00. We are therefore requesting your organization to assist us with USD$ 18,000.00.

    Yours in Christ,

    COST ESTIMATES AND BILL QUANTITIES

    Cost Estimated for proposed Church for Unmovable Baptist Church located in Morris’ Farm Paynesville, Liberia 2012-2013.

    1.
    Work Already Done
    Amount in USD Amount in Liberian Dollars
    a. Foundation of the church
    TOTAL $ 1,320.00 $ 92,400.00
    2. OUTSTANDING WORKS
    A. Concrete columns and beams (30 #) $ 15,000.00
    B. Backfilling imported soil to make up levels 1,010.00
    C. Inset concrete bed, 150mm thick 380.00
    D. Rafter 2’ X 4’ X14’ 100.00
    E. Solid block wall 3020.00
    F. Staircase 80.00
    G. Louvered block wall 4000.00
    H. Plaster to solid block wall 850.00
    I. Concrete slab on top of entrance doors 50.00
    J. Plank roof structure 6200.00
    K. Roofing sheets and nails 2250.00
    L. Floor finishing 800.00
    M. Doors 800.00
    N. Glasses 6000.00
    O. Sacristy and alter 300.00
    P. Electricity installation 2000.00
    TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT ESTIMATED: $28,690.00 $2,008,300.00

    COST BREAK DOWN FOR THE CHURCH AT MORRIS’ FARM, PAYNESVILLE CITY, MONROVIA, LIBERIA

    Item
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK
    UNIT
    QTY
    RATE IN USD$ AMOUNT IN USD$
    1. SUBSTRUCTURE
    Red soil filling and compaction well and leveling
    M3
    10
    70
    700.00
    2. GRAY STONES for Hardcore 250mm thick laying compaction well and leveling
    M3
    70
    375.00
    3. 200mm ground floor SLAB Pain concrete grade 20mix 2:4:8
    M3
    70
    1,125.00

    1. DECORATION BLOCK
    Bedding jointed in cement/sand mortar mix 2:6
    M3
    70
    800.00
    TOTAL CARRIED TO SUMMARY $3000.00

    BILL QUANTITY

    Item
    DESCRIPTION OF WORK
    UNIT
    QTY
    RATE IN USD$ AMOUNT IN LD$
    FOUNDATION SUB-STRUCTURE
    01. Site clearance and construction M3 2 70 140
    02. Water for work tools Item 70 3500.00
    03. Examination foundation trench exceeding 2.5m deep commencing from stepped level for concrete sated tick
    M3
    70
    750.00
    BASE FILLING AND CONCRETE
    08. 200mm thick to foundation filling sand and leveled to receive bed concrete.
    M3
    70
    1400.00
    09. Reinforced concrete grade ‘30’ mix 2:4:8 inset concrete to columns foundation
    M3
    70
    560.00
    10. Reinforced concrete inset retaining wall foundation
    M3
    70
    350.00
    11. Ditto foundation and pith beams M3 70 560.00
    BLOCK WALL
    12. 240mm thick concrete solid block wall foundation bedded and jointed in cement mortar mix 2:6
    M2
    70
    7000.00
    13. Back filling excavated materials around foundation
    M3
    70
    700.00
    16. 200 thick hardcore breaking and leveled compaction to receive for floor slab.
    M3
    70
    140.00
    17. Form work for column ground beams retaining wall foundation.
    M2
    15
    70
    1500.00
    SUB-STRUCTURE CONTINUE
    18. High tensile steel bars diameter 16mm Kg. 145.28 70 300.00
    19. Ditto “diameter 12mm Kg. 1612.5 70 350.00
    20. Ditto “diameter 10mm Kg. 592 70 350.00
    21. Ditto “diameter 8mm Kg. 319.6 70 295.00
    22. 100mm thick ground floor inset concrete grade ‘15’ mix 1:3:6
    M3
    8.4
    70
    1000.00
    TOTAL SUMMARY $2435.00

    BILL OF QUANTITIES

    No. DESCRIPTION OF WORK UNIT QTY RATE AMOUNT
    Super Structure Joinery USD$ LD$
    Prime quality hardwood frames finishing and filling to wall
    14
    70
    980.00
    1. 140 X 40 door frame Size 2.5 1m Frame 4 70 280.00
    2. Ditto 2.1 X 9m Frame 3 70 210.00

    3. 40mm framed match board door shutter size 710 wide comprising 100mm stiles 100mm top rail 150mm bottom and middle fitted in with 20mm T&G vertical joint boarding and fitting complete iron monger fix
    Shutter
    4
    70
    280.00
    4. 40mm flush door size 2.05 X 82mm Shutter 3 70 210.00

    5. 140 X 40mm window frame H.W size 1.8 X 1.8m: with fix 16mm mild steel burg-labor horizontal and vertical and mosquito gauze inside window frame.
    Window
    8
    70
    560.00
    6. Steel window grills 1.8 X 1.8m Grill 8 70 560.00
    7. Ditto door openings Grill 4 70 280.00

    TOTAL TO CARRIED TO SUMMARY 3,360.00

    BILL OF QUANTITIES

    No. DESCRIPTION OF WORK UNIT QTY RATE AMOUNT USD$/ LD$
    1. Plaster work: Externally wall rendering in two coasts with steel trolled to finish smooth finish’s 16mm to well plaster mix 1:4
    100
    M2
    70

    $200.00
    2. 15mm to wall internally plaster in two coasts with steel trowelled to smooth finish.
    25
    M2
    70
    300.00
    3. 30mm floor screening finishing with steel trowelled to smooth mix 1:3
    116.65
    M2
    70
    350.00
    4. 12mm decking, plaster in two coasts with steel trowel to smooth finishes mix 1:3
    118
    M2
    70
    100.00

    TOTAL TO CARRIED TO SUMMARY US 950.00 LD6650.00

    BILL OF QUANTITIES

    No. DESCRIPTION OF WORK UNIT QTY RATE AMOUNT
    Item USD$ LD$
    ELECTRICITY INSTALLATION GENERAL Item 70 210.00
    PAINTING AND DECORATION 70 2800.00
    1. Prepare prime and apply one thinned under coat and two full finish emulsion paint
    400
    M2
    70
    300.00
    2. Ditto oil paint 50 M2 70 300.00
    3. General surface wood us vanish point 30 M2 70 75.00
    4. Grills us oil paint Item 70 300.00

    TOTAL TO CARRIED TO SUMMARY $3985.00 278950.00

  12. Naresh says:

    Respected Sir/Madam
    Respected Sir/Madam,
    Hope you are in best of health so might be your work and surrounding.I am a register Pharmacist in India and I am doing survey on

    medicines used by hospitals in Liberia,but “UNABLE” to get any links as well as any phone number to get connected.So i request me to give any

    information you have with you or pass on the link of web address.It would be great if you do so.

    Best Regards
    Thank you
    Naresh

  13. Gerry Jackson says:

    Where would I get passport for children born in Liberia and live in Ghana? The children age are 19 &17. Father is a ghanaian.

  14. ppat says:

    I do believe that there is two side to every story from a educational stand point, when a story is told from one side view point without the entire story been told its bias and had no substances bearing on the truth.

  15. NewLiberian.com c/o Contact Us

    The Wayne County Museum in Goldsboro, North Carolina is doing an exhibit next year on North Carolina’s connection to Liberia. I read that there were four U.S. Ambassadors to Monrovia, Liberia that were from North Carolina. Do you have any information on them?

    Here is our website and have a great day!

    Wayne County Museum
    http://www.waynecountyhistoricalnc.org/

    Christopher Lawson
    Wayne County Museum

  16. Jethro M.Pajibo says:

    I have been out of Lib for a very long time,but pls I want to fined out from you here about our Passport….can you get one out of the country??

    Pls I’ll be more delight having to hear from you sooner.

    Thanks for you time.

  17. shazia says:

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    I am translator my name is Shazia from Pakistan? I visited your website and I found that all your material is full of knowledge concerning development of religious faith of the souls. I have an idea for you to get this material translated into other languages. For that I present my services to translate your material into Urdu and Punjabi languages. These are the languages that I am born in and will bring many blessing for the people who are known to them. I will be looking forward for your response on this my request.
    “There is nothing more precious than to hear the Word of God in your own language.”
    Sincerely,
    Shazia Iqbal http://faithchristianministry.webs.com/

    • J. Nuahn Boamie (Uncle Joe) says:

      My name is J. Nuahn Boamie. I am commonly known and called Uncle Joe. Basically, I served in the Armed of Liberia from 1975 and sort refuge in Ivory coast during the civil war only when my ethnic group was the significant target.

      I was first impressed by your effort giving the history of the Liberia Army. As I began reading the information, I was baffled by the first inaccurate information, thus causing me not to reading further. It is true that the Liberia Frontier Force was established in 1908. The name was never changed to Armed Forces of Liberia in 1962. It was first changed to Liberia National Guard and later changed to Armed forces of Liberia in 1980 by the PRC Government. Please check your history.

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