As Liberians Leader Celebrates 78th Birth Anniversary at Julijuah, Bishop Mai Roberts Also Celebrates Her 95th Birth Anniversary Congo Town Today

L/R: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Bishop Mai Roberts
L/R: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Bishop Mai Roberts

Two prominent Liberian women including President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf today celebrated their natal days with God’s richly blessings upon their lives, as hundreds trooped to their respective locations.

For the Liberian leader, as early as 7am today, October 29, 2016 hundreds of Liberians including officials of the Liberian Government, some members of the diplomatic corps drove to Julijuah, the home town of the Liberian leader to celebrate with her 78th birth anniversary.

he convoy of the celebrant herself yesterday drove to Julijuah her home town on the Monrovia/Bomi highway, western Liberia to await the arrival of her guests for the celebration of her 78th birthday which drew countless number of Liberians in their bid to celebrate with their leader.

Upon her arrival from South Africa yesterday, an Intercession Service was held at the First United Methodist Church on Ashmun Street here in Monrovia as a beginning of the celebration.

The state owned broadcaster, the Liberian Broadcasting System (LBS) featured live activities marking the day, as the colorful occasion went on with drumming and singing from various religious and traditional groups to grace the occasion.

Another prominent Liberian who also celebrated her natal day is the founding Bishop of the Faith Healing Temper of Jesus Christ, Bishop Mai Roberts who also celebrated her 95th birth anniversary at her Congo Town residence.

Hundreds of the Church’s members also trooped at the residence of their Bishop (Mai Roberts)to celebrate with her with thanksgiving as singing and praises overshadowed the occasion where the celebrate herself was seen praising God for this day.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.