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ACFLi’s Nasty Texts, 2014 Election, A Lesson In Ethics, And Young Leaders emerging? Tags: ACFLi News Local Narwale Washington Hazel Yedey Shad Mongrue Othelia Marwieh

The Association of Citizen of Friends Of Liberia (ACFLi) is considered one of the top Liberian non-profit with a charitable 501 (C) (3) seal organizations and second in the U.S just below the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA). ACFLi’s 2014 election was held on Saturday, November 15, 2014 at El Shalda church, Sacramento, CA; the election was between the incumbent Mrs. Narwale Washington, the non-profit organization former president who later on before the voting day sent out a resignation message, and Mrs. Hazel Yedey, the newly and strong candidate, now president of ACFLi.

ACFLi, which was founded in 1990 by Liberians in Northern California during Liberia’s 14 years civil war for the purpose of helping their people back home and elsewhere in the World, has had a long and peculiar or perhaps a resentful and an unethical dispute among each of its members and the entire Liberians community as a whole –during the 2014 election –and such dispute can only be resolved if young Liberians in the region such as Mr. Lobo Marwieh, Ms. Othelia Marwieh, Mohammed B. Konneh, Mr. Professor Larmena, Mr. Ernest Robert, Mrs. Laurentine Cooper and among others take over and become president of the non-profit organization, warned ordinary Liberians in the Northern California region.

Mrs. Narwale Washington was the former president of ACFLi, and the non-profit organization has shown its gratitude and its said foundation's policy in helping and rallying for their people back home, Liberia. The non-profit organization, according to the organization than-president, has sent a container, worth 200,000 U.S dollars to Liberia, West Africa, recently; the shipment will arrive in December –“and not to the government, but to the people,” Mrs. Washington stated. Mrs. Washington added that the shipment will go to Boima hospital in Lofa, county, one of the rural part of Liberia. All the donations and fundings were provided by some big companies such as Coca cola, Kaiser, and among others giant companies.

But ACFLi as a non-profit organization has it good and bad years of establishment, and, in fact, this year “is considered the worst and bitter disputes yet among its member and the community,” warned one of its closer top members (name withheld). Even though we do not have any idea who started the nasty texts because of pointing fingers, we gathered some information from some of ACFLi’s community members, including the non-profit organization former President Mrs. Narwale Washington.

Mrs. Washington stated that she never started the nasty texts, instance, she recognizes them to be of Mr. Shad Eddie Mongrue. Mr. Mongrue is an African DJ, and he was one of the potential candidates for the 2014 ACFLi’s election. However, Mr. Mongrue, who sometimes plays as DJ at ACFLi’ programs or occasions, insisted that the then-former ACFLi’s President Mrs. Narwale Washington “much go,” or-else he will withdraw his candidacy, which he did later on after Mrs. Washington refused to relinquish her post -and to clear the bad feelings from the community, she (Narwale) then posits her action in accordance with her principles to send us what, and other claimed, started it all.

Below are the information sent to us by Mrs. Narwale Washington, claiming to be of Mr. Shad Mongrue’s camp.
Email text.....CLICK

You went to work and established a huge rice store, and due to work load, you employed a 

management team to operate the affairs of the store. You came back six months later, your store 

is empty, and no goods can be seen. You found out that your management team has no profit or 

the amount you invested. What will you do? Will you congratulate the team and say nice work, 

job well done, keep working, you are a very good manager, or will the management team receive 

an immediate dismissal?

In response to the above letter (in an email form), an unknown person, believe to be within Mrs. Narwale Washington's camp, sent out this nasty text to Mr. Shad Mongrue and his camp, involving Mrs. Bendu Hunter, ACFLi former president before Mrs. Narwale Washington.

Text from.....

Lunatic Shad Eddie and his deceptive crookery advising entourage will not cease to amaze me with their volcanic level of idiocy and mediocrity. 
1. I'd like to apologize on behalf of Stooge Shad for all the messages that he has been sending out. He has not been taking his medicines for his mental troubles. 
2. The loud speakers that he uses to DJ has damaged most of his useful brain cells. 
3. Where will you hide your face Shad?, after you have not only made a big fool of yourself, but you have made the community small for your family. 
4. I personally knew that you had problems, but you told me that you don't have those symptoms anymore when you take your meds. So what happened Shad?
5. Even the people pretending around you and advising you, can't show their face out. They know what's up. You are the only idiot that could be used. Shad, please get help!

Stooge Shad Eddie has knocked himself foolish again. On my personal text messages and communications with him, he has accused multiple community members for being responsible for these messages. Moron Lilliputian looking legs Shad knows who I am, and has pleaded with me to be on his side, but he was turned down. 
1. Miserable as Shad is at this critical insane point of his life, he needs company. 
2. Online certificate graduate Shad, please respect your age... 60+, and stop acting like an infant. I will personally financially and legally support the current Acfli administration whenever they decide to sue your broke self for defamation of character. 
3. Stooge Shad, Gravity is not in your favor, you are gradually, but steadily reducing in height and size because of your evil intentions. 
4. I have asked stooge Shad to personally meet with me face to face, but he refused, and decided to send insults, calling the names of few respected community members, claiming he knows it is them responding to his moronic messages.

The excessive gesticulations by Lilliputian Shad, are either based on pure ignorance, hatred, or mostly because of his acute psychological mental problems. If being an idiot and buffoon is the first criterion for running for any office, then I'll cast my vote for puppy shad. 
1. I understand the part where Lilliputian Shad has publicly acknowledged his disgusting characters by publicly displaying idiocy on messages he sends, but what I don't get is the " why" now?, after the community has fostered your welfare by paying you for being our illiterate DJ? 
2. Being rational and reasonable with puppet Shad, is like meeting a a hungry man and giving him a toothpick. It won't help his problem. Let's help Shad get well soon!

ANOTHER Officer Puppet Shad Eddie has threatened to call CPS on me. Obviously he has come to terms with the fact that his reasoning captivity and mental faculty is that of a toddler. Please somebody should help explain to him the function and meaning of CPS. Stooge Shad needs to be quarantined. He has displayed symptoms of a mental illness worst than Ebola. Misery needs company is a slogan that Shad wears these days. Please avoid being contaminated. Good morning community!

1. Good morning community. There are morons in every community, society, church, and family. Our community is not exempted as some morons have decided to come out of hibernation. 
2. We have impostors and stooges. Some folks who use God's name in vain to achieve political gains. Self acclaimed God fearing people who sow a seed of hate in the community, to intentionally disrupt the peace and tranquility of a people. 
3. Some folks who offer their candidacy to be used as stooges. 
4. Some of those who use God's name in our community are living in perdition. Let the light of God shine on them. Please forward. Let the guilty be warned!

Truth is very noble, and verifiable. Thus, you can't expect truth from a man who is not noble.  As a member of this community, I can rightly say without any fear of contradiction that Mr. Shad Eddie has no iota of relationship with truth. I don't know of anything else that shapes your thinking, and/or your intellectual capacities than having a solid educational foundation, and being able to back it up by, or with your character in a community. An idiot, often assumes that only a rational thinking person should have the need to make sense, while the idiot makes assumptions based on what he perused on Google, and lies. Mr. At first we the people respected your age, not the intellect, but you have proven beyond all reasonable doubts that, even the former is missing. Before you make baseless assumptions usurping the precious time of the community on your baseless fantasies in the name of falsifying information, please do some research with empirical evidences. You have proven to us the people that u are not capable of leadership, and your envious misrepresentations and attitudes are not trust worthy.

1. Good morning community. There are morons in every community, society, church, and family. Our community is not exempted as some morons have decided to come out of hibernation. 
2. We have impostors and stooges. Some folks who use God's name in vain to achieve political gains. Self acclaimed God fearing people who sow a seed of hate in the community, to intentionally disrupt the peace and tranquility of a people. 
3. Some folks who offer their candidacy to be used as stooges. 
4. Some of those who use God's name in our community are living in perdition. Let the light of God shine on them. Please forward. Let the guilty be warned!

Teaching Shad Eddie proper ethics and responsibility is a waste of time. Never try to teach a pig how to sing; it annoys the pig, and waste your time. 
" stooge Shad is a pig, teaching him to behave is the same thing as teaching a pig to sing.

Feeling out of place and wanting undeserved authority and power can block somebody's reason, and distort their sense of rationality and logic. 
1. Bendu Hunter is a cancerous cell in this community. 
2. I attended a community gathering where this old hack volunteered unsolicited information about respected members of the Acfli administration. 
3. Whoever deals with this two sided sword of a woman, who will smile in your face and stabs your back when you are not looking is dealing with dangerous waters. 
4. This is your first and last warning Bendu hunter! Stop being the sole carrier of community gossip, if not, you so much much coming for you!!

After receiving this nasty text message sent to us by one of the insulted members and, lesson on ethics letter sent to us by Mrs. Narwale Washington, ACFLi former president, we then had an interview with Mrs. Washington, and this is what she wants others to know: “When you have a crisis, you have opportunities, and when you have that opportunity, you still focus to capture those opportunities,” said Mrs. Narwale Washington, speaking on ACFLi’s election, and a ridiculous and a peculiar text messages among its members and the Liberians community.

However, Mrs. Bendu Hunter the non-profit organization former president and one of the current board member of the organization also join other Liberians and embraced the non-profit organization former leadership for their hard work with the Ebola donation; Mrs. Hunter admitted that Mrs. Narwale Washington has done good work for the community.

Mrs. Bendu Hunter emphasized that the former leadership of ACFLi led Mrs. Narwale Washington mismanaged the 13, 000 funds, which of that huge funds (some 3,000 funds) were generated by the late ACFLi President Doeba Bropleh, may his soul rest in peace, and the rest (10,000 funds) were generated by her, Mrs Bendu Hunter. But Mrs. Narwale Washington declined such false generated funds, as misleading and untrue, left behind by the previous two ACFLi’s presidents. Mrs. Washington said that the funds were not 13, 000 U.S dollars. “You do the math,” she said. “We have roughly few members that don’t pay their dues, so how can such money be generated if ACFLi is not getting money from elsewhere, instead from its membership’s due,” estimated 60 U.S dollars per years for each member, and only 60 plus members sometime paid their dues.

On the other hand, Ms. Othelia Marwieh aka OJ, whom others and even both former previous presidents of ACFLi confirmed that she is capable to lead the Liberian community in Northern California, was shocked when she was nominated to run for the non-profit organization’ presidency; when OJ was asked how can other youths within the community or elsewhere become out-going, and talented like her, and her replies were encouraging: “They have to be strong, if they want to become someone special. I am not special, but I think if anyone puts their mind into what they think is right, they can be successful”; Ms. Other Marwieh this year 2014 graduated from Sacramento State University, with a BA degree in Public Relations. 

ACFLi’s nasty text messages, and (so-called) lesson on ethics (letter) or dehumanizing others, show the sense of dire consequences that is affecting the Liberian communities in the Northern California region, or elsewhere, and even in Liberia, of which challenges its young members to take over from some of their failing and unprofessional elders.

Mrs. Hazel Yedey, ACFLi’s newly elected president, was unreachable for any comments.

Source: Lartink@beeafricanlive.com

African Union Commits to Ending Child, Early and Forced Marriage Tags: Education Kids News Africa

African nations this week pledged to eradicate child and forced marriage in the region at the African Union Summit, according to African Union Goodwill Ambassador to End Child Marriage Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda.

Goodwill Ambassador Gumbonzvanda announced this political commitment to eradicate child, early and forced marriages at a panel event at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva yesterday hosted by state delegations, UN agencies and NGOs including the African Union, the Center for Reproductive Rights, UNFPA, WHO and the governments of Sierra Leone, Italy, Belgium,  and Uruguay. 

In 2013, the U.N. Human Rights Council—principal body at the UN that promotes and protects human rights for all—adopted a procedural resolution dedicated to ending child marriage. The event this week called for the Human Rights Council to adopt a substantive resolution that recognizes the human rights implications of child, early and forced marriage, and encourage states to use their national and regional experience, to influence and promote the strongest possible inclusion of language addressing CEFM within a comprehensive human rights based approach

“The illegal and unconscionable practice of child and forced marriage has been ignored by too many governments for far too long, violating the human rights of countless young girls and women across the globe,” said Rebecca Brown, global advocacy director at the Center for Reproductive Rights. “Today’s action by the African Union echoes the many U.N. resolutions and regional initiatives developed to end child marriage, and it is an important and positive step toward change. It’s time governments fulfill their promises and take the necessary next steps to ensure these policies are implemented and enforced.”

During the panel event, Melissa Upreti, regional director for Asia at the Center, discussed how South Asia is making strides to end child marriage. Last year the government of Nepal hosted a convening on using the law to end child marriage, particularly focusing on the need for legal accountability for child marriage. Ms. Upreti also introduced the South Asia Initiative to End Violence against Children (SAIEVAC), which has led the development of a regional action plan to end child marriage that reflects the commitment of all eight South Asian states to take steps to end child marriage as a matter of human rights from 2015-2018.

In 2013 the Center issued the report Child Marriage in South Asia: Stop the Impunity examining the consequences of child marriage, which subject girls to serious crimes, including domestic violence and marital rape, placing their reproductive health and lives at serious risk. The report questions the failure of governments to prevent and prosecute cases of child marriage. Since the launch of the report, the Center has supported the efforts of SAIEVAC, in building a regional commitment to end child marriage and applauds the progress being made under the leadership of SAIEVAC to promote stronger legal accountability to end child marriage in the region.

The Center has played a part in some of the most important advances in reproductive rights worldwide. At the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, the Center secured historic financial reparations for the family of a young Brazilian woman who died from preventable pregnancy complications—the first time an international human rights decision named maternal health a human rights. And at the European Court of Human Rights, the Center called upon Poland to ensure adolescents’ reproductive rights after access to a legal abortion for a rape survivor was repeatedly obstructed.

Source: reproductiverights

Meet Africa's Top Entrepreneurs Under 30
Category: Business
Tags: News Africa

A new list compiled by Forbes Africa has set out to prove that age is no barrier to success, profiling thirty top entrepreneurs on the continent who have yet to reach that milestone.

They range from tech startups to medical solutions; food production to the media. Despite their diverse backgrounds they all share one thing in common: the drive and vision to succeed in the booming African market.

Alain Nteff, developer of the Gifted Mom app and recent winner of the Queen's Young Leaders Award heads the list alongside serial entrepreneur Ludwick Marishane and air ambulance pioneer Olamide Orekunrin all make an appearance in the roundup.

Speaking on how young minds are transforming the continent, Nigeria-based Orekunrin, 29, says: "Africa desperately needs more entrepreneurs.

"I think it's important that Forbes has decided to bring its global brand to the continent and that it's showcasing African entrepreneurship."

What makes an entrepreneur?
South African Bheki Kunene, 27, founder of Mind Trix Media, sought autonomy as the end goal of his entrepreneurship. Running a business, he says, allowed him to have "dominion over all aspects of [his] life."

Similarly, internet supplier Rupert Bryant, 29,says "challenging the status quo" and a strict sense of independence was integral to his success.

However Byrant, who dropped out of school at 14 to start his first web development company, says no entrepreneur makes it entirely on their own. He admits to having been "very lucky to always have exceptional people around me to inspire, guide and motivate me."

But being a top businessmind means thinking outside of the box -- and beyond your own country's borders.

Clinton Mutambo, 25, has set up a digital hub for intra-African trade. Called Esaja, the site allows suppliers and buyers from the continent to come together in a virtual borderless economy.

Drawing on his upbringing in an economically turbulent Zimbabwe, he realized the businesses "that survived were ultimately those that hmeet Africa's top entrepreneurs under 30ad embraced seemingly less attractive African markets." Mutambo, therefore, sought to open up such markets.

"The recognition by Forbes Africa," he says, "is a humbling experience."

Click through the gallery above to read more about the continent's top entrepreneurs.

Source: forbe

Read more: 12 brilliant African entrepreneurs under 22

Unique Hair Braiding, Hair Stylists To Grow Hair Tags: Local Business Local News Wachen Celia Lawrence Braiding

African hair stylist Wachen Celia Lawrence, owner of Unique Hair Braiding, offers a unique hairstyle that grows hair: Guaranteed with quality.

Unique Hair Braiding, which has been around for 12 years, is now extending its services throughout the Sacramento community and elsewhere. Services such as Western wig, African braids and all kinds of braiding services are part of their daily hair design and style that they currently offer—and so as other hair services.

Wachen Celia Lawrence, owner of Unique Hair Braiding, has been in the hair business for more than 15 years. She first started during professional hair braiding at the age of 15. Her first business was called Wachen African Hair Braiding. However, the name was changed to Unique Hair Braiding as of now. 

The name Unique Hair Braiding says it all. They specialize in all types of hair design and style, such as Corn Row, Twisters, Wigs (All kinds), Inter-lot, French Braids, Lots and many more services. Also, they guarantee that their unique hair services grow hairs. “I’ve done my hair with the same business for 5 years and now my hair has grown,” a longtime Unique Hair Braiding’s customer testified.  from

VIDEO: here

As early as this year, Unique Hair Braiding has built its client network, including client from all nationalities and origins. They promise to even extend their client’s network to almost all parts of California. “We are willing to come to our valued client’s resident, but with a little charge,” the owner says. “Our client is our number one priority,” the owner added.

Now, you’ve hear or perhaps know the name Unique Hair Braiding. Thus come and let them do a professional and a quality hair for you. Or, you can bring in your whole family.

They also have a discount for those that will recommend their good quality services to others.

Unique Hair Braiding is owned by Wachen Celia Lawrence; and it’s operated by Wachen and her staffs. CALL 916-943-6768 TODAY.

African Mechanic ‘Comedy Cut’ Directed by P Chase (VIDEO) Tags: Comedy Cut Thomas Williams Gus Chulu David Alexander Lartink Meshach Williams P.Chase

Pull the plug entertainment presents the “African Mechanic,” a comedy cut series that will make you laugh, harder. The film was directed by Meshach Williams aka P.Chase.


Why open a mechanic shop if you don’t have patience to hear customers’ complaints?

In a short comedy cut series produced and filmed by Pull the Plug Entertainment, an unsatisfied American customer experienced harsh words and strong African ascents from two African Mechanics. And the unsatisfied customer’s simple complaints turned into a huge dispute that made one of the African mechanic to grab his cutlass for that customer, who fled for his life. Please enjoy the video below.

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About Cast
Gus Chulu, played the African mechanic, and he was the worker; and Thomas Williams, the other African mechanic, was the boss. The unsatisfied customer was played by comedian David Alexander. The film was directed by P.Chase, the CEO and founder of Pull the Plug Entertainment. Vist PULLTHEPLUGENT.COM.

Source:Lartink@beeafrican.org

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