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Meet Roseline Paye-Laleh the Brain Behind Liberin Girls Killing It

Berenice Mulubah | March 31, 2015 6:00 am
 

 
 Liberian Girls Killing It, is a Liberian facebook page that is 11,269 fans strong and very active.  The page is a spin-off from another African social media page called African Girls Killing.  Inspired by African Girls Killing, the founder felt that Liberian girls are too fabulous and needed a platform of their own to show case their beauty and style. Opened February 2013, the page has become one of the most popular Liberian pages on facebook.  The page is ran by Roseline Paye-Laleh and her partner Tenneh Cooper.


Roseline Paye-Layleh brain behind Liberian Girls Killing It
Meet Roseline Paye-Layleh
Roseline Paye-Layleh is a mother of three.  She has been with her Domestic partner for nine years.  She is majoring in health service management and lives in New York. Roseline shared her appreciation for the page success with C Liberia Clearly, "I never necessarily anticipated this much activity on my page but it is a really welcoming and heartwarming surprise. I receive about ten to fifteen pictures in a day.  My partner and I have to pick the best and post them.  We look for clarity, dress code and something that will represent."  When asked about her plans for the page, Roseline said, "I want to open a trade school for girls in the future and named it after the page.  The page is amazing.  I see greatness coming out of this page.  Thanks to the fans who keeps it active and my dedicated friend Tenneh Cooper, who assists in running the page."  
Don't forget to stop by Liberian Girls killing It and like the page.   
 
 




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  1. You go girl! Thanks for the great job and thanks for being a proud Liberian....

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