Month: September 2017

Is Mark Zuckerberg Poised to become the next US President?

Dr. Patricia Chan and her husband  Mark Zuckerberg There is overwhelming belief that Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg could be the next president of the United States. Zuckerberg dubbed the “Different Obama” has a following of admirers and believers that are like disciples.  His constituency is global and reaches every corner of the world.   With over a billion subscribers on Facebook and a social media machine that can be compared to none, Zuckerberg chances to the White House in 2020 or 2024 are clearer than any other potential presidential candidates for president in US history. But the question is: is...

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Meet Giovanni Parisi (G-PREE): The European Musical Talent

ROME –  The belief that musical talent is a matter of aptitude, not instinct, may be true, but Giovanni Parisi, popularly known as G-Pree, has both the talent and the instinct when it comes to music. GPree, who has downplayed his musical gifts over the years, is now ready to engage the world of music as a career. GPree has proven that some people are born with greater aptitude, and they can develop skill on a musical instrument much faster than do others and rise to higher stages of advancement. Some of the qualities successful musicians possess are: •...

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Introducing the Brumskine Strategy for Economic Prosperity in Liberia

Liberty Party’s Presidential Candidate, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and Mrs. Brumskine Liberia craves a functioning economy, and the Brumskine Strategy for Economic Prosperity offers a pragmatic path to achieving one. The Brumskine Strategy, pro-Liberian, pro-growth, pro-trade, and pro-business, policies posit an approach that will grow the economy, create jobs, and provide opportunities for all Liberians. The Liberian economy continues to perform poorly and the Unity Party government has done little or nothing to alleviate the plight of the poor. Four out of every 5 Liberians are fighting to escape poverty. The short term economic outlook is not encouraging because...

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President Sirleaf : Sheriff’s Behavior “Unbecoming,” too little too late

Mohammed Sheriff, left, sworn in as ambassador by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, right WEST AFRICA – Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf recently recalled the Liberian ambassador to the United Kingdom, ‘Dr’ Mohammed Sheriff for what she described as an “unbecoming behavior.” The allegedly conflicting, professionally untrained and diplomatically unqualified Liberian diplomat told the BBC World Service that ex-Liberian president and warlord, “Charles Taylor Has Been Converted” – Recalled Ambassador Mohammed Sheriff. The former Liberian ambassador also told the British Broadcasting Corporation’s ‘Focus on Africa’ program (aired at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 20) that he believes President Charles Taylor...

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Nigerian state governor to challenge Buhari in 2019 presidential election

WEST AFRICA – As 2019 approaches, opposition presidential challengers to incumbent Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari have begun sufficing. The governor of the southwestern state of Ekiti, Peter Ayodele Fayose, has ceremoniously launched his bid, at a hotel in Abuja, to be the candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP). Fayose, a leading Nigerian opposition politician said on Thursday that he is planning to run for president in 2019 against Buhari. Sources say Fayose is the first candidate to express his intention for the country’s top job. The 56-year-old governor is one of the most outspoken critics of President Muhammadu...

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