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Liberian Entertainment Awards: Biggest African Event in the United States of America

Sam Mobit

According to Sam Mobit, a veteran in the African Entertainment Industry, the Liberian Entertainment Awards is the biggest African event in the United States of America.  Below is his message to Liberians.  

I am not Liberian but I have been a part of the LEA (Liberian Entertainment Awards) in one way or the other for the past 3yrs. I have also been in the the entertainment industry for over two decades and will honestly say the Liberian Entertainment Awards is the biggest event of any African country in the entire United States of America. It is also not just the biggest entertainment Awards but it is growing to become the biggest African event in the USA. I know of many other African countries bigger than Liberia that tried to start one but , it didn't even last a year or two. It is a very complex and difficult operation to put together an event of this magnitude. To all my fellow Liberians keep encouraging and supporting the organizers. To the organizers, you are on the right track. Stay focus and just know the main problem you had this past weekend is the fact that your event is growing so fast and so big that it is not easy to contain which is something you all should be very proud of. No other African country in the USA right now has what you have. Stay united and stay blessed


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