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Liberian Entertainment Awards 2018: List of winners

The 10th annual Liberian Entertainment  Awards, hosted by Jimmy Dee and Lisa Togba on Saturday, was huge once more for DenG. He won two out of the three major categories for "Make Dem Talk" and "Grateful." Angel Michael and Shine P followed as the night's second biggest winners, also claiming two awards each. Check out the full list of winners below. 

Best Artist
DenG

Best New Artist
Shine P

Best Radio Personality
Henry Costa

Best Gospel Artist
Evon Kawreh

Best Model
Cianneh Browne

Best Music Video
DenG

Song of the Year
Shine P (Drinking Drinks)

Best DJ
DJ Nelly

Best Hipco Artist
CIC 

Best Music Producer
Stone Luck Shine

Best Actor
Angel Michael

Best Comedian 
Angel Michael

Best Fashion Designer 
Precious Lakis

Best Film Maker
Frank Artus

Best Film
Siatta Will Kill Me

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ere's why Alice Sumo is making headlines:

WHO’S SHE?
Alice Sumo is a respected nurse in Liberia where she has been a midwife for nearly three decades.

THREE DECADES?
Yes.…