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President Ellen Johnson Sirlear Promised to Cover Medical Expense for Semah Eye Surgey at Golden Image Awards


Yesterday, Culture Ambassador Juli Endee hosted her annual Golden Image Awards.  The event was crowded with dignitaries, to include the president of Liberia, Vice President of Liberia, senators, chiefs, Foriegn kings and officials.  Semah graced the audience with his beautiful voice, performing newly released collaboration "Most High".  At the end of his performance, president Sirleaf promised the young musician a brighter future, a fully paid surgery.  


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  1. GOD DOESN'T NEED MEN'S APPROVAL BEFORE HE BLESSES...THANK YOU LORD FOR MAKING A NOBODY TO SOMEBODY..AND ALSO THANKS YOU FLAVOUR FOR SHINING OUT THE DESTINY OF THIS YOUNG BOY..THANKS MR PRESIDENT AS YOU FULFIL YOUR PROMISE...
    TO GOD BE THE GLORY...

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  2. Thanks MADAM president and other state official.

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  3. One of our AFL soldiers suffered a bomb blast in Mali and was shipped back home to suffer because your say the country don't have funds to cover his medical expenses and he is in pain and dying slowly in Catholic hospital but you a here promising fully paid eye surgery to a boy that is in no pain for now right. You do well.

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