Mandingo Nations Website
          

Gambia Guinea Ivory Coast Liberia Mali Sierra Leone
               

Useful Links

News & Articles

 On The Spotlight

Community Links
----------------------

Fofana Education Fund
G.V. Kromah
Limany
MMA
Quardu Gboni-Mandingo
Texas Mandingo
The Bility Family-USA
------------------
News Links
BushChicken
Daily Observer-News
Front Page Africa
Global News Network
Liberian Forum
Star Radio
The Analyst-News
The Informer
The Inquirer News
The New Democrat-News
The Perspective News
-------------------
Resources/ Employment
Careerbuilder
JobsInMinnesota
Metro Bus Info
Metropolitan Council/Jobs
Minnesota Works
Monster
--------------------
Government Sites
MN-Drive License/ID
State of MN
-------------------
Other Links
Daily motions Videos
Driving directions
You tube Videos
-------------------
Site Archives
April 2009
May 2009
June 2009




 

 

 

 

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT
By: Musa Fofana, Atlanta, GA
June 27, 2009
The Atlanta Mandingo Community Is saddened to announce the death of Brother Sidiki Kromah. This sad event occurred on Friday June 26, 2009 at the East side Heritage Center in Snellville, GA.

Brothet Kromah passed after a protracted illness. May Allah have Perfect mercy upon him. Ameen
He will be buried in accordance to Islamic rites on Saturday June 27, 2009 after the Zhuhur Prayers at the Georgia Islamic Institute in Lawrenceville GA. The address to the Masjid is 177 Simonton Road, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30045. For Directions Please contact the following persons Mr. Bangalee Donzo @ 404-217-2238
--------------------------------------------------------------------
The Mamadee Sesay Campaign
Fourteen Points Platform

By: Musa Fofana, Chief Public Affair,
Atlanta, GA
June 27, 2009
As presidential candidate, the responsibility for the overall organization and management of my campaign lies under my leadership. I therefore want to make sure that we have clearly defined expectations for ourselves and for those we want to lead.
One way I think we can achieve success is to make sure we set our goals and specify how we intend to achieve those goals in the short and long run. In so doing, we need to come out with a platform that will set the tone of our campaign, shows the motivation and enthusiasm of my candidacy as well as excite our supporters
As an organization still in its infancy, I sincerely believe that what lies behind us is far lesser than what lies ahead of us. We however cannot tap into that potential blindly; we need a guide to lead us through. Read detail
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
CAMPAIGN FOR THE PRESIDENCY OF MAMADEE SESAY

By: Musa Fofana, Chief Public Affair,
Atlanta, GA
June 25, 2009
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Tubman, Weah Sign to Merge
Courtesy: Liberian Observer
June 25, 2009

MONROVIA, George Weah of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) and Winston Tubman of the Liberian National Union (LINU) have “agreed to collaborate, join resources and efforts to put up a joint challenge” during the next general and presidential elections in 2011.  Read detail
Liberian Commission Recommends Prosecution of Those Involved in Past Civil Conflict
By: Ricci Shryock
Courtesy: VOA
June 24, 2009
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia has released its final report on the civil conflict in Liberia that ended in 2003. The report recommends that the government prosecute those responsible for the gross violations of human rights during the country's violent conflicts that began in 1979 and sporadically continued for the next 24 years.
For Kristen Cibelli the process was an emotional one. As she listened the to the victims from Liberia's civil conflict tell their stories, she says the testimony was almost too awful to bear. Read detail
Liberians in US push for oversea voting rights
By: Alloycious David
June 22, 2009
Liberians residing in the United States of America under the banner of the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) have requested the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to recommend that Liberians in the Diaspora be granted right for their national leaders in their countries of residence.
The ULAA National President, Anthony V. Kesselly told the TRC National Conference currently convening at the Unity Conference Center in Virginia, outside Monrovia, that they want to exercise their franchise by voting for their country’s leaders while residing abroad.
Kromah, duo, others beg for clemency
By: Alloycious David
Courtesy: Hot News
June 20, 2009
It is apparently beginning to dawn on former Liberian warlords and former rebel generals that the arrogance they exhibited during the TRC process did not worth it.

With several people and groups calling for war crimes court to prosecute them, the former warlords and ex-generals are now begging the Liberian people to pardon their wickedness.  Read detail
Police Officers Storm Central Bank
In Demand of Delayed Salaries

Courtesy: Liberian Observer
June 19, 2009

MONROVIA, Some police officers on June 18, 22009, and two days before, stormed the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) over delayed salaries. An investigation gathered by this paper indicated that since the end of May this year, some police officers only received their checks just last week, and some, three days ago. Read detail
Multinational Companies Tackle Youth Unemployment in West Africa 

By: Kate Thomas
Courtesy:VOA
June 18, 2009

Some of the world's biggest names in science and technology are backing a program to help combat youth unemployment in West Africa, where young people are four times more likely to become unemployed than adults.
American companies such as Microsoft and Google have joined forces with NGOs and development organizations in a bid to boost employment rates among young people in West Africa. Read detail
"I feel that Americans should have a special place in their heart for Liberia and Liberians," says Massachusetts State Representative Benjamin Swan.
June 17,2009
He also said he does not think Liberians will trample on each other to come to America only because they have visa waiver. According to him there are Liberians who have Green Card (Permanent Residence Permit) and others who have degrees are returning to the country to help with the recovery process.
Sierra Leone Government Denies Role in Opposition Leader's Alleged Questioning
By: James Butty
Courtesy: VOA
June 16, 2009

The national chairman of Sierra Leone’s leading opposition party has said he suspects the government of President Ernest Bai Koroma was behind his brief detention and interrogation at Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C. on June second.
John Benjamin of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) said he believes the government was hoping to stop him from meeting with his supporters in the United  Read detail
Guinea Military Ruler Says Vote Will Not Be Delayed
By: Scott Stearns
Courtesy: VOA
June 14, 2009
Guinea's military leader said he will not delay legislative and presidential elections scheduled for later this year, despite calls by other army leaders to postpone that vote. The army took power five months ago in a coup following the death of long-time president Lansana Conte.
Military ruler Moussa Camara said elections in Guinea will go ahead as scheduled.In a meeting with German Ambassador Karl Prinz, Captain Camara said, for him, the elections are in 2009.Read detail
Major Reshuffle at Liberia's Justice Ministry
By: James Butty
Courtesy: VOA
June 13, 2009
There have been major changes at the justice ministry of Liberia. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has relieved Justice Minister Philip Banks of his post, replacing him with Christiana Tah, a professor of sociology, anthropology and criminal justice at Montgomery College in the U.S. state of Maryland.
National Police Inspector General Munah Sieh was also relieved of her post but not reassigned. Read detail
Milwaukee Mandingoes Worked for Allah's Blessing
at Dawa Islamic Center

By: Musa Papa Konneh
June 12, 2009

Under the leadership of Mr. Alpha yathor Kromah, the Wisconsin Mandingo Association was helping at the Islamic Center in Milwaukee with some cleaning up. The Islamic Center of Milwaukee is undergoing a major remodeling project. Read detail
 Pictorial Profile of United Sisters’ Parrain

Mr. Amadu Kamara, AKA-Damaro
June 11, 2009

Click Here for Photos
Guinea Military Wants Vote Delayed
By: Scott Stearns
Courtesy: VOA
June 10, 2009
Guinea's army leaders say Conakry's military ruler should delay elections scheduled for later this year. The army took power five months ago in a coup, following the death of long-time president Lansana Conte.
Armed Forces Chief of Staff Colonel Oumar Sanoh says Guinea is not ready to organize presidential elections this year. Appearing on state television late Sunday, he told military ruler Moussa Camara that "the people want you to agree" to delay the vote. Read detail
Bility-The Petrol Dollar Seeking Football Crown
By: Julu M. Johnson, Jr.
June 09,2009
The name Musa Bility rings a bell in the country, so the news spread like wildfire when it was announced that he is a likely contestant for the position of President of the Liberia Football Association (LFA). A very accomplished man indeed, Mr. Bility runs a petroleum company, Media Empire and heads the Mandingo Caucus. He still wants to add to his numerous portfolios he carries by heading the LFA, one of the most challenging entities to run in the country. Read detail
Latest Birth Announcement:
Haidara Family
June 08, 2009

Mr. Cherno and his lovely wife, Moan-Fanta Dukuly Haidara were blessed with a beautiful bouncing baby girl today, Monday, June 08, 2009 at approximately 6AM, at the Hennepin County Medical Center(HCMC/RM # G-4-247) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The mother and the baby are in good health, and they are expected to return home soon. Contact the family@  612-247-1290 or 612-873-0748  See Photos!!
The Mandingo Community is Growing: A new born for the Konneh family!!
June 08, 2009

The Konneh family and the Minnesota Mandingo/Muslim community were blessed with a bouncing baby girl on Saturday, June 06, 2009 at the North Memorial Hospital, in Robbinsdale. The mother and the daughter (baby Macheme Konneh) are doing fine, and they are expected to return home soon. You may reach the family by calling: 763-516-7961 or 612-987-2522.
Sanniquellie Mosque Project Updates:
June 06, 2009

City/State Date Cash Donat Pledges
New York 05/25/09 $1,450.00 $1,900.00
Milwaukee 05/31/09 $990.00 $465.00
Minnesota      ???    ???    ???

Gov't Admits PRS Failure
By: David Kolleh
Courtesy: Liberia Observer
June 07, 2009
MONROVIA,The Government of Liberia (GOL) through the Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs has admitted miserable failure in the implementation of its benchmarks set for the first year relative to its Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS). Addressing a news conference at the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT), on Capitol Hill in Monrovia yesterday, the Minister of Planning and Economic Affairs, Amara Konneh startlingly told journalists that at least 20 deliverables representing 18 percent out of 107 deliverables earmarked for the first year of the PRS implementation were achieved. Read detail
Liberia aid workers 'stole $1m'
Courtesy: BBC
June 06,2009
A US-based international Christian relief organisation says it believes more than 90% of its aid to Liberia went missing in a massive fraud scam.
World Vision's Vice-President Geoff Ward told the BBC the losses came to more than $1m and pledged to make "every effort" to avoid a repeat. A former senior World Vision official in Liberia and two other workers have been charged over the alleged fraud.Read detail
MMA’s President, Musa Kamara heads to East Coast
By: Alh Donzo
June 05, 2009
Minnesota Mandingo Association’s President, Musa Kamara and First lady, Fatu Kamara, with their 2yrs old son and 4yrs old daughter, leave the Twins Cities this weekend for a week-long private visit to the East Coast. According to the press release issued today from the Office of the President, the first family will make their first stop in New Jersey.
West Africans React to Obama Speech
By: Scott Stearns
Courtesy: VOA
04 June 2009
Many Muslims in West Africa watched U.S. President Barack Obama's speech from Cairo where he called for a new beginning between the United States and the world's one billion Muslims to end what he said is a cycle of "suspicion and discord."
The U.S. Embassy in Mauritania invited people to watch President Obama's speech live in an embassy conference room. Read detail
Liberia Unsafe for US Flier
Courtesy: Liberian Observer
June 04, 2009
The Liberian Government announced in Monrovia Wednesday, June 03, 2009, that it had received a communication concerning Delta Airlines' postponement of new service to Liberia and Kenya.
According to the communication, the Liberian Government disclosed, Delta had been notified by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) would require more time to approve Delta's planned direct flights to Monrovia, Liberia and Nairobi, Kenya.
Man Takes Own Life after Killing Wife
By: Marcus N. Malayea
Courtesy: Liberian Observer
June 03, 2009

BONG COUNTY, Police in the central provincial town of Gbarnga are investigating the death of one Jonathan Sackie and his wife Fatu Sackie of Moses Karfiah Town in Yellequelleh District Bong Couny.
According to the Chief of the Crime Services Division of the Bong County Police Detachment, Inspector Alvin James, circumstances leading to the death of the two persons had not been established by police. He, however, disclosed that Jonathan Sackie took away his life after killing his wife with a single barrel gun.  Read detail
Liberian President Discusses Her Memoir
By: James Butty
Courtesy: VOA
June 02, 2009

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf continues her book launch tour here in the United States. The book, entitled "This Child Will Be Great: Memoir of a Remarkable Life," by Africa's first woman President includes information about President Sirleaf's personal and political life.
The book is somewhat of a prophecy come true when, as President Sirleaf writes, an old man visits her parents' home at the time of her birth and predicts that she will grow up to be great. Read detail
New born for the Konneh family in Milwaukee Wisconsin
By: Musa papa Konneh
June 01, 2009

On Saturday, May 30, 2009 around 6:23pm, the wife of Mamadee Daddy Konneh, former president of the Wisconsin Mandingo Association of Milwaukee (WIMAM) was blessed with a beautiful baby girl. Read detail
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Mayamu Dolley Kromah

Announcements/Events

Advertisements

Death Announcement

The late Sekou Sesay 
---------------------------------
Kuku & Makoya
Wedding Announcement

-------------------------------
Congratulations!!

Famo S. Toure
  BSC Business Administration with  concentration in Organizational Leadership.
Southern New Hampshire University
---------------------------------
Mayamu&Friends


























 







 













 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KABA MOVING SERVICES

For more information please call:
763-746-2059

----------------------
PRE-PAID LEGAL SERVICES

Contact: SHEIKH SWARAY
Independent Associate @ 612-483-1662
-----------------------

 















 









 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandingo Nations Webite Incorp.
All Rights Reserved @ November 22, 2008 @ Contact Us at:
editors@mandingonations.com

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota-USA