Moses Kollie Garzeawu is an award winning Liberian journalist, He is the Director of Kreative Mindz Television in based in Monrovia, Liberia. He is also Young Ambassador for Peace from the Universal Peace Foundation and Youth Federation for World Peace. He is a HeForShe of the United Nations Women and Vice President of the Sports Writers Association of Liberia. He understands developments around politics, Sports and Human Rights Amb. Garzeawu is one of the most decorated Journalist after becoming “Liberia Development Journalist of the Year”.“Liberia Human Rights Journalist, “Liberia Women Rights Reporter” “Liberia Sports Journalist of the Year” and Extractive Reporter of the Year among others. He holds Diplomas in Development Journalism from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication and General Journalism from then George Weah Global Institute for Vocational Education. He currently study Mass Communication at the state run University of Liberia. Amb. Garzeawu is a well travel Liberian Journalist with 15 years of practice and for Director of Television Programs at the Liberia Broadcasting System.
Goal six of the global development agenda the Sustainable Development Goals, calls on governments and development partners to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. Under this pillar; it is stated that by the year 2030 the Countries in the world must achieve universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all. But in Liberia it is a challenging undertaking as the lack of water is a nightmare for many citizens living in urban areas let alone the rural parts of the Country.
((TITLE: Liberia / President Weah Meets Oppositions DATE: 08/16/2018 BYLINE: Moses Garzeawu DATELINE: Monrovia, Liberia TYPE: CR /// INTRO///: The highly publicized forum organized by Liberia’s President George Weah has ended in the Liberian Capital Monrovia. The gathering brought together over twenty opposition political parties in Liberia. It was geared at President Weah hearing from the opposition on issues of National Reconciliation and Development. Moses Garzeawu reports from Monrovia