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  • Around Town (17 August 2017) - Part II

    Part II

    Around Town is that program that talks about things that affect us all.
    The program is where everybody has a say to affect our society positively.
    With campaign activities now in full swing, many Liberians who are of different political views might go the extreme in displaying their loyalty to their party.
    Can we conduct ourselves only as opponents and not as enemies?

  • Around Town (17 August 2017) - Part I

    Part I

    Around Town is that program that talks about things that affect us all.
    The program is where everybody has a say to affect our society positively.
    With campaign activities now in full swing, many Liberians who are of different political views might go the extreme in displaying their loyalty to their party.
    Can we conduct ourselves only as opponents and not as enemies?

  • UNMIL Radio News at 1 PM (17 August 2017)

    UNMIL radio news at 1 PM on Thursday 17 August 2017

  • Back To The Ballot Box (17 August 2017) - Part II

    Part II

    Back To The Ballot Box throws a spotlight on Enhancing Youth Participation in the 2017 Legislative and Presidential Electoral Process. Liberia Youth and Sports Ministry in collaboration with UNDP is formally launching the Enhancing Youth Participation in the 2017 Legislative and Presidential Electoral Process on Friday, August 18. With the elections’ activities ongoing, the Youth and Sports Ministry has strategically designed activities to educate, engage and advocate youth’s participation and leadership in peaceful electoral process. The guests are:

    • Kula Fofana - Assistant Minister for Youth Development, Ministry of Youth & Sports;
    • Mohammed Konneh, Consultant- Youth Center Assessment; and
    • Blamo Nimele, Executive Director for Sustainable Development Network
  • Back To The Ballot Box (17 August 2017) - Part I

    Part I

    Back To The Ballot Box throws a spotlight on Enhancing Youth Participation in the 2017 Legislative and Presidential Electoral Process. Liberia Youth and Sports Ministry in collaboration with UNDP is formally launching the Enhancing Youth Participation in the 2017 Legislative and Presidential Electoral Process on Friday, August 18. With the elections’ activities ongoing, the Youth and Sports Ministry has strategically designed activities to educate, engage and advocate youth’s participation and leadership in peaceful electoral process. The guests are:

    • Kula Fofana - Assistant Minister for Youth Development, Ministry of Youth & Sports;
    • Mohammed Konneh, Consultant- Youth Center Assessment; and
    • Blamo Nimele, Executive Director for Sustainable Development Network
  • Coffee Break - Thursday, August 17, 2017

    This special features Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General Yacoub El-Hillo speaking on the UN transition process, activities of the UN Country team and the future of the UN in Liberia among other issues.

  • UNMIL Radio News at 1 PM (16 August 2017)

    UNMIL radio news at 1 PM on Wednesday 16 August 2017

  • Inside The Legislature: Wednesday August 16, 2017 - Part 2

    Part II

    Inside The Legislature discusses the Roles of the Judiciary Legislature in the 2017 Elections; One of my guests will provide Clarification of Supreme Court Opinion Over Harrison Kanwea verses NEC Case.
    How Can the Impeachment Impasse/Proceedings Between The Legislature and The Judiciary Be Resolved The guests are the Director of the Judicial Public Information Division at the Supreme Court of Liberia, Attorney Daryl Ambrose Nmah and the Director of Press and Public Affairs at the House of Representatives, Isaac Redd who will be on the Line

  • Inside The Legislature: Wednesday August 16, 2017 - Part 1

    Part I

    Inside The Legislature discusses the Roles of the Judiciary Legislature in the 2017 Elections; One of my guests will provide Clarification of Supreme Court Opinion Over Harrison Kanwea verses NEC Case.
    How Can the Impeachment Impasse/Proceedings Between The Legislature and The Judiciary Be Resolved The guests are the Director of the Judicial Public Information Division at the Supreme Court of Liberia, Attorney Daryl Ambrose Nmah and the Director of Press and Public Affairs at the House of Representatives, Isaac Redd who will be on the Line

  • Coffee Break - Wednesday (16 August 2017)

    Coffee Break today featured live interviews with the following guests: Roland Kamara-Head/NEDLIB Vocational Institute………..The institute partners with the International Labor Organization-ILO in providing vocational skills to Liberian youths; Patrick Farley-Head/Ebola Survivors Network of Liberia……….The organization renews calls for improved medical support to Ebola survivors; Lewis Jadoe-County Coordinator/National Institute of Public Opinion-Sinoe County……….The institute launches a campaign urging traditional leaders and women to participate in the October polls; Charles Coffey-PUL President………….He will speak about the union’s membership drive; Omecee Johnson-Public Relations Officer/National Reformation Alliance Movement……………..He will tell us about the formal launching of the movement.

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