Precious Lakis aka Precious Pieces "When I Am Ready I Will Tell My Story In My Own Words With Class and Respect"
Behind every Liberian, there is a sad story from the civil war and Precious Lakis is not excluded. The multitalented, multiple award winner, who recently broke the internet with her "Liberia Independence Day" photoshoot, has a very inspiring, heartbreaking story of her own, that she is willing to share with the world, but it will be done on her own terms, in her own words, with her own level of creativity, on the right platform. Even though, the media may want to speed up the process and tell her story without the details and facts, she is not bother or in a rush. With her, timing is everything and creativity is a must. Her story must be told when the time is right, in the right setting and used to inspire the world. Until then, she is doing what she knows best, creating art in style and fashion.
By Robert Serge Saint-Pe Alex Nyenga, alias, Jackie Russ has enjoyed a seven-year stint as a videographer which has put him behind the camera of numerous memorable Liberian music videos, earning him several nominations and awards. He has again proven himself as a top-notch video director over the past months, which has landed him nominations for the 2021 MTN – Liberian Music Awards (MLMA) for Best Music Videographer and the 2021 Liberian Entertainment Awards (LEA) for Video Director of The Year. Even if Jackie Russ is not a familiar face, he is definitely a household name who has worked with many top Liberian artists and influential celebrities. One of his unhighlighted gesture is that he gifted Caroline M. Moore, better known as MC Caro with her first ever music video for her song “Bring Our Money Back” in 2018. Here is a look at the top seven iconic music videos directed by Jackie Russ. 7. Christoph Ft. Margas – Hold Your Polaruh (2016) “Hold Your Polaruh” was directed by Christoph
On New Year's day, Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh wrote a powerful message to the people of Liberia. Check it out below: Some people are saying that there is nothing good about the New Year 2022 because nearly all of the people of Liberia are suffering in the misery of the poverty pandemic coupled with the corona pandemic. But let it be said to these people that Ngala (Our Creator in the Kpelle language) does not give us a burden that we can not bear. This New Year Message is directed at raising awareness to motivate people to bear the burden of the suffering by doing the right thing. So, we are grateful to Ngala for giving us yet another chance to do the right thing. There is a Call for us Liberians to move in the right direction because 80 per cent of the people of Liberia have concluded that Liberia is headed in the wrong direction (Afrobarometer, 2020). Here is the evidence for this conclusion: Over 80 per cent of the people of life in longstanding and widespread poverty
Counselor Musa Dean President George Manneh Weah made additional appointments in Government pending confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable. Liberia Immigration and Naturalization Service (LINS) Moses K. Yebleh Deputy Commissioner for Administration Land Commission Ellen D. Pratt Land Use & Management Libtelco Richmond Nagbe Tobii Managing Director National Fisheries William Y. Boeh Deputy Director for Technical Service National Document and Archives Neilleh Daituah Director Kollie Kamara Deputy Director/Administration Archives Robert International Airport Paula Fares Deputy General Manager Technical Services Liberia National Police (LNP) Robert Budy Deputy Director/Opera