Another Manager Split Likely

first_imgAnother manger-artist split seems likely, this time around from the movie industry as undercover reports emerge that tension is now rife between comedian John and Paul and their manager Dream Debo over a bad deal.The report said the rift came after the comedians gave their manager US$5,000, which included their transportation, food and lodging fees for a movie trip to Nigeria that he promised them.The report added that after their manager Dream Debo received the money, he informed them that the trip would be on June 17, but since then the trip has not materialized.“Few days or weeks later after the comedians came to the conclusion that the trip was not going to work, they asked their manager to refund the cash, but it has not happened,” a source close to the issue told LIB Life.Continuing with the report, it said from the moment John and Paul asked their manger to return their money, he began avoiding them, not even answering their calls. That was the beginning of rift leading the duo to consider ditching him as their manager.“From where it stands now, I think the comedians and their manager of over two years cannot just work together easy because there is no trust. Thing has broken down, love has died,” our source explained. When LIB Life contacted the comedians, they confirmed the undercover report, but said they cannot make any comments for now, until next week.As For Dream Debo, LIB Life contacted him but the interview did not metalize as promised. We are hoping to get his side soon.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

LICC Introduces Food Processing Course

first_imgA food processing class at LICC.The administration of the Liberia International Christian College (LICC), located in Ganta, the commercial hub of Nimba County, has introduced a new agriculture course known as “Food Preservation and Processing.” The introduction of the course is reportedly gaining momentum as students express enthusiasm to learn the required skills.Some students interviewed recently on their campus in the outskirts of Sanniquellie shared their impressions about the new course, but stressed the need for better markets and job opportunities when they leave the walls of LICC.“We are learning how to prepare and process all kinds of food stuffs,” Augustine Dahn, a student representative, said.By the introduction of the course, students will now process all kinds of jams and chocolates applying 70 percent mixture of cocoa and 10 percent sugar.Shortly after the course was introduced, students began processing several kinds of foodstuffs, including jam made from pineapple, banana and other fruits.“We can process any kind of food as one may think, but we do not have the materials or the required bottles that will preserve the food items for the needed time,” one of the students said.The agriculture department of LICCLICC’s Agriculture Department has about 70 students across several demonstration sites, where students do regular practical learning.Its campus has some categories of wildlife or endangered species, which form part of the study, with emphasis on conservation.“We started demonstrating agriculture here, and now we intend to improve the process to demonstrate profitable agriculture,” Bill Sebald, Director of the Agriculture Department, said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more