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MONROVIA LIBERIA…Friday May 11,  2018...The Liberia Revenue Authority

(LRA) and the Liberia Media for Democratic Initiatives (LMDI) will today Friday hold the second in a series of the first ever taxation specific General Knowledge Pop Quizzing Competition for Liberian High Schools to enhance the knowledge of Rural Dwellers on the country’s general tax regime.
I am sure not many of you have heard the story of Fendel beyond the  science college of the University of Liberia. I don't think I should blame you, neither should I hold you responsible for not being aware of the evil that engulfed this growing metropolitan city few  years ago by the Ellen led government just before leaving power.

Fendell was an aspiring vibrant city in the borough of Mount Barclay, and this is the sad story of the havoc rained  by the former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf when she ordered the demolition of the homes belonging to private citizens under the premise that the land belongs to the University of Liberia..

We invite you to follow us as John Kollie and his team  make known the voices of affected men and women, some of whom already dead as a direct consequence of Ellen's brutality and some of those individuals and institutions championing the rights of our people...
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LRA and expands tax education in five counties in Liberia...
LMDI signs MOU with the WAEC Liberia
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NIGHT TIME MANEUVERING OUT OF THE NEAR COLLAPSED CESTOS RIVER BRIDGE BETWEEN RIVER CESS AND SINOE COUNTIES
The start of our Challenging tour to South Eastern Liberia for the Senatorial Debates and  National Quizzing Competition
LMDI FIELD MECHANICS AT WORK TO CHANGE OUR CUTCH DISC BURNT BY
THE RATHER BAD ROAD TO SINOE
OUR STOP OVER AT TARPEH VILLAGE-L-R,
DIR. JOHN KOLLIE, TECH. TARNUE FORKPAH AND MODERATOR TONIA GIBSON
11-2018
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DESPERATE CITIZEN MAKES APPEAL TO GOVERNMENT TO HELP BUILD THE SOUTH EASTERN ROAD
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Sinoe county Senatorial debates in Greenville Sinoe County
The Demolition of Fendell
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - Greenville Sinoe County- Liberia
Greenville Sinoe County- Liberia

The   Liberia Media for Democratic Initiatives (LMDI), the facilitator of Liberia’s leading set of Direct  People To People media and community outreach blended interactive DIALOGUE style Debates and child sensitive public education flagship platforms, DUCOR DEBATES and TOMORROW’S PEOPLE at the start of the tour of the South Eastern Region of Liberia for the purpose of conducting debates for the SINOE County Senatorial Bye-Election and holding the YEAR THREE SINOE County session of the ongoing National Academic Competition has  hit the ground running with the conduct of the first candidates debates  at GREENVILLE , the seat of the County in the horn of the South East of Liberia Read more

The demolition of Fendel and the untold story of madam Sirleaf's barbaric plan to annihilate our people is a series of documentary about Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's demolition of Fendell and the enpoverishment of our people.
Thursday, November 08, 2018 - South Eastern Liberia Tour
South Eastern Liberia Tour

LMDI  Event…LMDI BEGINS A TOUR OF SOUTH EASTERN LIBERIA TO CONDUCT DEBATES AND GENERAL KNOWLEDGE QUIZZING FOR PUPILS , HOLDS FIRST DEBATE FOR  SINOE SENATORIAL Read more

LMDI to host senatorial Bye elections
debates on  November 11, 2018
in Sinoe County
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Audio Extracts from Quizzing Competition  in Greenville Sinoe County 11-14- 2018
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    MONROVIA LIBERIA…Saturday October 27,  2018… The Liberia Media for Democratic Initiatives (LMDI), the facilitator of Liberia’s leading set of Direct  People To People interactive DIALOGUE style Debate flagship platform,  DUCOR DEBATES  will hold the first of  two planned debates for the November 20 Senatorial Bye Election In Sinoe County  on Sunday November 11,  2018.
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    The Multiplier-LMDI launches new
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    The Liberia Media for Democratic Initiatives (LMDI), the facilitator of Liberia’s first set annual National General Knowledge, Spelling-B Competitions named and styled TOMORROW’S PEOPLE has the launched the newest of its initiatives, Liberia’s first ever arithmetic or mathematics focused media and community outreach blended knowledge based competition for primary school pupils named and styled the LMDI National Multiplication Competition or simply “THE MULTIPLIER”

    LMDI-National Academic Competition

    In fierce battles for academic Supremacy at the weekend at Greenville in Sinoe County, Five High Schools competed with in two separate versions of the quizzing exercise; the ALL GIRLS and CONVENTION TEAM ones…. First it was the ALL GIRLS final battle for the SINOE County championship…..The girls of the ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL drilled their way through three high schools becoming the ALL GIRLS

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