Yvonne Nelson Arrives Tomorrow

first_imgTop Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson is expected in Liberia on Friday for the Primer of her movie “If Tomorrow Never Come’’ with the aim of raising funds and giving a percentage of the proceeds generated from the movie premiere directly to My Heart’s Appeal, a not-for-profit organization.Upon her arrival she is expected to meet with children challenged by Down’s Syndrome from My Heart’s Appeal, interact and have a party with them.“If Tomorrow Never Comes” is a movie that tells a classic story of a young girl, Ewurabana, whose uncle wickedly sold her into slavery after her mother died, leaving her and her kid brother alone in the village to fend for themselves, as they endure all kinds of grievous treatments at the mercy of handlers.The movie stars include Yvonne Nelson, David Dontoh, Khareema Aguiar, Becca, Kweku Elliot, and others.The movie will premiere on Saturday, December 19 at 5 p.m. at the Monrovia City Hall, followed by an after party at the Golden Gate Night Club, where Yvonne Nelson will personally interact with the audience and local artists. Admission is US$60 for VIP and US$25 for ordinary guests. The actress is expected to make three days in Liberia during her entire visit.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

SD59 fails to check records of kidnapped girl

first_imgSchool District 59 has been called out by Education Minister Shirley Bond for failing to obtain school records after it placed a girl who was alledgedly kidnapped from the states in classes.Bond says that the district didn’t get the required documents to place the girl in classes in the district. She says the district has been informed of the levity of the issue.BC requires proof of citizenship, as well as a student record from a previous school, in order to accept a transfer student. Although a forged passport was provided to school officials, the district never obtained records for the girl.- Advertisement -Assistant Superintendent for SD59 Rob Dennis says that the district can’t be held responsible for not knowing her passport was forged.Shanae Peterson was taken from Idaho in 2006 by her mother and stepfather, who did not have custody of the girl at the time. The girl had been living in Dawson Creek as Shannon Evans until late last month, when an acquaintance of her father saw his picture on the TV show “America’s Most Wanted” and sent in a tip.last_img read more