Liberia Communication

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AuthorHouse, 25 Jul 2007 - 288 halaman

The book Liberia communication brings refreshing memory of history. Many dedicated pioneers who sacrifice to make history of communication possible are portrayed with dedication in the book as Pioneers without reward. These pioneers stood the test of time.They suffered, study, worked hard, shared their knowledge and freely gave wisdom in so manyof their talents. They are simply thrust up to descendents and most likely lost to history, so to speak; are forgotten as soon as they die.

This book is the most recent comprehensive, true history of Liberian communication. It is not written for self, but,- to say

the book takes you on courageous adventure to save communication during the coupe and offers vivid insightsinto twodecades of bloody wars of military and sociopolitical depression and suffering that culminated in indescribable violence and disregard for human needs

 

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CHAPTER PAGE 1 HUMAN RELATION
1
LIBERIA AND COLONIALISM
6
PROVIDENCE DICTATES
12
LIBERIA AND FRIENDS
21
PREREQUISITE
36
RADIO STATION
43
NEW DIMENSION
52
NEW HORIZON
66
PRE AND POSTCOUP
137
COUP DILEMMANIGHTMARE
151
THE ODYSSEY
165
THE PLOT AND CAPTURE
177
PULLING AND HAULING
182
SEEN FROM WITHOUT
188
THE HEALING PROCESS
205
INDELIBLE PRINTS
227

BROADCASTING
123
PIONEERS WITHOUT REWARD
132

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Samuel R. Watkins born in Maryland County, Liberia. His parents, the late Samuel R. B. Watkins Chief Clerk of Customs Services Republic of Liberia, and mother Catherine Mleayeneh Watkins a nurse, social worker, humanitarian and dedicated Christian worker.

His education, the College of West Africa, The University of Liberia, Northern Polytechnic Radio and Telecommunications, South Thames College London, England and RCA Institute of Radio Telecommunication Broadcasting Technology, New York United States of America. He is recipient of much recognition in his career. The Principal of the regional Mano River Institute of Telecommunications and Postal Training. He is President of the (PANAFTEL) Pan African Telecommunication Technical Commission. He served the Government of Liberia as Assistant Minister of Posts and Telecommunications and Managing Director of (LTC) Liberia Telecommunications Corporation. His persistence interested in technical human resource development, he is credited for upgrading the Tubman Technical School to The Tubman College of Technology, in Maryland County, Liberia. He was elected president of the board of directors. He is also credited with establishing the first Liberia national broadcasting station, the Liberia Radio Amateur Association and he motivated interest in having radio communication technology included in the curriculum of many schools in Liberia. Including establishing personnel insurance for telecommunication.

He attended many international conferences, particularly ITU, and was called upon to serve as chairman of the African group.1980; his ingenuity sponsored the first international telecommunications conference in Monrovia. His presentation to the Monrovia conference, “Staff Training.” highlighting the international recognition and respect of experts irrespective was acclaimed.

Married and with a growing family living in Monrovia, capital city of Liberia, he is a member of the Eliza Turner AME Church. He is past Master of the Order of Masons and Deputy Grand Patron of the Order of Eastern Stars, and past Grand Master of the Order of the United Brothers of Friendship and Sisters of the Mysterious Ten, Liberia and Nigeria (UBF&SMT) and has respect for family values.

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