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Artist/Producer Peter Barchue Cole Shares His Disappointing Experience in Liberia


Liberian artist, Peter Cole, made a recent business trip to Liberia from his country of resident, Senegal.  He was scheduled to meet with some officials to discuss the opening of his studio in Liberia but unfortunately, he was unable to reach them upon his arrival.  According to Mr. Cole, they refused to answer his calls.
                                                                    


 “That’s how they are in Liberia.  We are so deceitful and full of lies - from the highest level to the common citizen not to mention corruption. Things are at a standstill right now in Liberia, I can tell you that much. EVERYONE is just so concerned about themselves and no one else. But anyway, I'm sure no one  has given me an alternative to follow them, you can quote me on that if you want.”
Peter Cole will be flying to the UK tonight, November 13, 2013, to meet with music producers and promoters.  Hope things work out with those officials in Liberia and he can return to accomplish his aim, because we do need all the studios in Liberia that we can get. 
  
                                                                           

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  1. BIG BROTHER PETER COLE YOU ARE GREAT AND YOUR MUSIC IS VERY INSPIRING TO WE THE YOUNG LIBERIAN MUSICIAN... I LISTEN TO YOUR SONGS... BIG BROTHER YOU ARE GREAT....

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  2. BERENICE MULUBAH YOU ARE DOING VERY WELL FOR LIBERIA ENTERTAINMENT KEEP IT UP I LOVE YOU FOR THAT....I AM A LIBERIAN POP-HIPCO ARTIST BASE IN THE GAMBIA , TRYING TO TAKE LIBERIAN MUSIC TO THE NEXT LEVEL, I AM SO HAPPY FOR YOU BM YOU ARE DOING WELL FOR LIBERIAN ENTERTAINMENT...

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  3. PETE, TAKE COURAGE YAH. PERSISTENCE AND DETERMINATION IT IS AN EPIDERMIC IN LIBERIA. OUR COUNTRY, LIBERIA NEEDS US TO CHANGE THE STRUGGLE WITH THE PEOPLE AND NOT JUST THE GOVERNMENT. I TRIED TO REGISTER MY FOUNDATION TO CATER TO THE DISABLE AND I WAS TOLD THAT I'M NOT A LIBERIAN. THEY RATHER PEOPLE TO GO AND GIVE THEM MONEY FOR AID AND THEY PUT IT IN THEIR POCKETS. MANY ORGANIZATION BACK HOME WITH THE NAME ONLY. I WILL MESSAGE YOU ISSAC REDD'S NUMBER. WE ALL GO WAY BACK TO GBARNGA DAYS AND I KNOW THAT HE CAN DO SOMETHING , I LOST YOUR NUMBER AND WE WILL STILL DO THAT MALARIA SONG REMIX BRO BUT, CHECK YOUR FB MESSAGE FROM ME ASAP ONE! www.jcdennisfoundation.com

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