The Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) will on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 launch an extraordinary historical news magazine to be published twice a year.
The official ceremony for the CNDRA’s News Magazine titled: ‘’Liberia & the United Nations: A Long Journey of Partnership” will commence 10:00 AM at the Corina Hotel 24th street in Sinkor, Monrovia.
The signature edition epitomizes the rich historical partnership of Liberia and the United Nations. Liberians who have played significant roles at specialized agencies, the General Assembly as well as contributions to Peace Keeping Operations among others are mean streamed.
The purpose of the new creative approach seeks to inform and educate the Liberian populace about the nation historical facts.
The agency news journal will be filled with research news stories, not from current events, but from past history highlighting Liberia’s and the UN Corporation.
Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor, Hon. Nathaniel F. McGill, Minister of States for Presidential Affairs, Hon. Samuel D. Tweah, Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Information Minister Hon. Lenn Eugene Nagbe, the United States Ambassador H.E. Christine Elder, European Union Ambassador & Head of EU in Liberia, Amb. Helena Cave and other high-profile personalities are expected to grace the occasion.
According to a CNDRA release issued in Monrovia, the journal will find research articles from news clippings and books from the past to be published in CNDRA’S News Magazine in the present.
The agency feels this new magazine will “interest every class and every kind of reader, and which no reader should be able to put down unread after once taking it up.”
CNDRA feels that all readers will share a fascination with history from the past that is published to be read in the present.
“The new-look CNDRA magazine has been beautifully designed as a modern bi-annual news magazine to meet the growing demand for audience across the world,” the release stated.
The New Republic Newspaper is an independent newspaper established in 2009 by a Liberian journalist, Alphonso Toweh with many years of experience for the key purpose of reporting a balanced coverage of events as well as promoting Liberia’s image locally and internationally.
Toweh has been working for Reuters News Agency as its correspondent since 1998 to present. In addition to that, he has served as correspondents for the following magazines: West Africa New African, Africa Week and African Observer.
More to that, he worked for Radio Deutche Welle radio in Germany, Radio Netherlands and contributed to CNN, BBC News hour, BBC TV as well as Africa Confidential and Sunday Times in London.
The paper has no political affiliation nor ethic lineage. The focus and primary commitment is to ensure the sovereignty of Liberia and unity for Africa. It seeks to foster human rights and freedom of the press.
The New Republic is a liberal paper dedicated to upholding the tenets of democracy. It believes that state can not only create the political, social, economic and cultural spirit, but also to ensure that all human beings, irrespective of any affiliation is able to achieve its highest human potentials.
The paper strives for free speech and equal opportunity for all. Importantly, it believes that the nation must intervene judiciously in the economic life, in order to minimise the adverse effects of free enterprise and ensure that less privileged people have reasonable and fair access to the basic necessities of life. By this, it would help reduce some level of threat.
New Republic brings huge commitment to its readers and offers the nation the type of media that will advocate for the people and nudge our nation on the path of development and social re-engineering