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Mr. Tarkus Zonen, CEO of the Liberian Entertainment Awards,  spoke out about his concerns with the Liberian Entertainment Industry, "the industry needs more award ceremonies to honor our entertainers.  That's why I wholeheartedly support the Liberian Music Awards.  We need a Liberian Movie Awards, a Liberian Fashion Awards and many more.  The Liberian Entertainment Awards can not cover all of the categories, we need more awards."  Mr. Zonen spoke about the improvement made by his organization and the mistakes made.  According to Mr. Zonen, the committee of the Liberian Entertainment Awards is looking forward to bigger and better things, they are doing what it takes to make the next awards ceremony better than the last. 


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