By Kennedy Zobah Celebration after the match with the man of the match and the goal scorer, Francis ‘Grandpa’ Forkey Doe scoring from a fantastic header in the 79th minute defeating the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia, 1-0 last Saturday, September 5, 2015 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia in the second match of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
Society & Art
By Jefferson D. Tweh The leadership of the Liberia Movie Union has expressed disappointment in the Government of Liberia’s treatment meted the International actor, Gregory Artus Frank. “We are disappointingly dismayed to see this government not presenting even a little token of appreciation to the International actor, Gregory Artus Frank who is the first person in the history of Liberia to have won Africa’s most prestigious award,”LIMU leadership lamented. According
A veteran Liberian journalist, Philip N. Wesseh has asked Liberia’s foremost international movie star, Gregory Artus Frank to help strengthen the Liberian Movie Industry otherwise known as Lollyhood. Welcoming Mr. Artus and entourage at the offices of The INQUIRER over the weekend, Mr. Wesseh, Managing Editor of The INQUIRER said Frank is one of the Liberians who continue to promote his country abroad through his talented movie pursuit with dynamism.
By Antoinette Sendolo A Ghana-based Liberian Movie Star, Frank Artus, has won the Face of Africa and the Humanitarian award is expected in the country today. During his visit, Frank Artus will present the two awards to the government of Liberia on Thursday, August 27, at the Ministry of Information Regular Press Briefing in Monrovia. The Ghana-based Liberian movie icon who was amongst several movie stars across the continent, received
By Antoinette Sendolo After much confusion surrounding the last Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant, the organizer of this year’s Pageant, the Eleven Stripes through its boss, Madam Bendu Johnson, said all is now set for the kick-off come July 4, 2015. Speaking during the Ministry of Information regular press briefing, Madam Johnson said after several consultations and vetting, Eleven Stripes is prepared to host the event but called on every Liberian
A new Liberian movie entitled ‘My Child’ which is now on the Liberian market, highlights the tragedy, frustration and traumatization of a single father, Paul Johnson whose child later died following frantic efforts to maintain the little girl after her mother had left to begin another life. My Child, a tough-provoking movie is produced and directed by Nicolas Po, a young and emerging Liberian movie star. In an exclusive interview
Rumors that circulated in Monrovia that one of Liberia’s famous actors, only identified as John Flomo was dead, has proven to be false and misleading as the emerging actor is alive, healthy and physically strong. Recent reports have it that John Flomo as he is affectionately called by his many fans and admirers had died. Many of his admirers shed tears upon hearing the news of their famous actor’s death.
Liberia movie star, Frank Artus has arrived in the country and has joined the Ebola awareness campaign as was seen yesterday. Mr. Artus who visited many areas, said he was happy to be back home as a Liberian to contribute to the awareness and sensitization activities against the spread of the Ebola Virus which has claimed the lives of many Liberians.
By Melissa Chea-Annan The National Symbols, under the theme “Reviewing Liberia’s National Symbols to Renew National Identity” has been launched. The National Symbols Review is intended to provide a forum for Liberians from all walks of life, as well as the country’s international partners to understand and appreciate the need for a review of the symbols as derived from the national vision exercise and the roadmap for national reconciliation. At
By Lincoln Barcon, Graphic Designer It is an indisputable fact that no society can exist without a culture, knowing that culture is the way of life of a people. Therefore, every society, no matter of its size or population must exist with certain cultural values and norms. Liberia, being a part of the member of the globe, is not exempted from this practice. Because of the importance of culture, it