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We Have A Sense of Cooking But Don't Have A Sense of Culinary: Celebrity Chef Arif Assaf III Talks About Branding Africa's Food Industry

Berenice Mulubah | 6/23/2015 12:00         "I cooked my way to the top" Arif Chef Assaf III While most men his age were still trying to figure out what to do with their lives, Chef Arif, at the age of twenty,  was already turning and burning for NFL players and Fortune 500 companies.   C Liberia Clearly: When did you realized cooking was your passion?  Chef Arif:   At 20, after hearing friends and family saying that I had a gift for cooking.  I told my mother I wanted to become a chef.  The next day she took me to the culinary school and I got registered.  Within two weeks of school, I was already getting contracts from celebrities and fortune 500 companies.  The calls kept coming and before I knew it, I had a repetition that kept giving me more contracts.   C Liberia Clearly: Why do you think they fell in love with your cooking?  Chef Arif:   I'm specialized in African, southern, and Mediterranean, and Caribbean cusines, they

Benji Cavalli Drops New Video "Slow It Down"

Fans waited for weeks to watch "Slow It Down."  For straight five days, Benji Cavalli promoted on social media that his video would debut June 21,  2015.   But, when the moment arrived, Benji left his fans hanging, no video, no apology.  On June 22, 2015, he reawaken the spirit of his fans with a jaw dropping video.                                                                Watch                                                                    

Liberia's Ministry of Education to Halt Academic Activities June 2015

Education Minister George Werner The Ministry of Education wants to halt academic activities for pupils at the end of June this year. Speaking on the Liberia Broadcasting System’s Bumper Show, Education Minister George Werner said academic activities for this year will begin in September. He said students will have to halt all learning activities in June and resume a new school year in September. Werner said students would not ... get credit for the courses that they are currently taking, but it would be considered study class. The move is meant to revamp the education system. At present, it is unclear as to whether the government will underwrite tuition fees that have been paid by parents across the country. Parents have not been reacting well to the decision by the government to close the schools. Yassah Kokulo, a parent of three, said the government is making a mistake. “I caught hard times to pay my three children’s school fees then the government say they will close th

Latest Music from G-Rize ft. Shadow “Shake Your Waist”

  A brand new hit from Liberian hottest Afro-pop artist G-Rize ft. Shadow , Shake Your Waist, is a fun video to watch and worth mentioning . Check it out.                                                                                                       

2015 MTV Africa Music Awards Nominees

Berenice Mulubah | June 12, 2015 5:00PM The MAMAs 2015 nominees have been revealed (MTV Africa)                                                                       Angelina Jolie | Caitlyn Jenner | Jeremy Clarkson | Zayn Malik All the nominees for the MTV MAMAs 2015 2015-06-12 07:00 Karishma Thakurdin share this The MAMAs 2015 nominees have been revealed (MTV Africa) Related Links 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards: Trevor Noah to host? Mamas head back to Durban MAMAs 2015 set to wow music lovers Johannesburg - The nominees for the MTV Africa Music Awards 2015 were revealed at a glitzy ceremony in Johannesburg on Thursday evening. Local stars will go head-to-head with their peers from across the continent when the awards are held in Durban on 18 July. Cassper Nyovest leads the pack on home soil, scooping three nominations for Best Newcomer, Best Hip-Hop track and Best Song of the Year. Even thou

George Weah junior gets Liberia call-up for 2017 qualifier

                                             Berenice Mulubah | June 10, 2015 8:30AM George Weah Jr                                                                                      The eldest son of Liberia's former World Footballer of the Year George Weah has been included in the national squad for a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The 27-year-old George Weah junior has been named in Liberia's squad for Sunday's match in Togo. He was born in Liberia but grew up in the USA, where he played some friendly games for the national under-20 team. Weah junior was also on the books of two of his father's old clubs. He was in the junior teams at AC Milan, where his father made his name, from the age of 14 but was let go before he turned 20. Since then his career has been restricted to the lower leagues in Switzerland and briefly in Greece. He last played professional football at another of his father's old clubs with two substitute appea