Friday, January 23, 2009


Hey waz up?

This is your friend Ms. Kula V. Fofana better known as the Fofanic Acid of A.M.E. University studying Mass Communications and Sociology. I was born on September 8th (so I'm a Virgo!) in Monrovia, but I hail from Grand Cape Mount County. Here's a little info about me:

Favorite Pastime:

When I'm not rocking the M.I.C. on UNMIL Radio, you can find me chilling on Golden Beach reading books on heroes and heroines, singing, dancing and making new friends.

Favorite Quote:

“Let us be the change we wish to seek”.

If I were granted one wish:

I would wish for Liberia to be saved from all the evils to become a better place for me and you to live.

Want to know more about me? No sweat! Just send me an email at And be sure to catch me on your favorite show, “Let's Talk About Sex,” every Saturday @ 2:30 pm and Thursday @11:30am on UNMIL radio 91.5 MHz.



What’s up young people?

Bookman is my name.

AMEZU is my base. That’s where I’m studying Business Management and Mass Communications. But what do I do when I’m not studying? Well, here is a list of some of my favorites:

Favorite Sport: I play basketball, but I’m no Michael Jackson! (like Mahmud)

Favorite Pastime: MISIC is my life! On any given day, you can catch me listening to Hip Hop songs from my favorite artists like Chris Brown, USHER, T-Pain, and J-UN.

Favorite Author: (With a name like mine, you’d bet I love to read!) Charles Dickens remains my favorite author.

Favorite Movie: JUETEY! Well, that’s because I acted in it (so I’m a little biased J )

Want more of Mr. Bookman? Then call in live on Saturdays at 2:30 PM on “Let’s Talk About Sex,” on UNMIL Radio and we can chat!

Catcha lata!


What’s up! This is MJ!... no, not Michael Jackson…. But the one and only Mahmud Johnson! You might have seen me hanging around B. W. Harris Episcopal High School, but my new stomping ground is the United Methodist University on Ashmun Street, Monrovia.

Favorite Sport: I got skills like another MJ, so I like to play basketball and jog.

Favorite Pastime: I love to read and my favorite book is “Bless the Child” by Kathy Cash Spellman.

Favorite Food: My Momma’s African Food!!! But I also like fruits, like oranges, bananas, and apples.

Favorite Drink: H2O

Favorite Outfit: Jeans and T-Shirt… yeah!! (::

Favorite Color: Blue… like the sky!

But above all, I love to make friends… so if you wanna be my friend, join me this and every Saturday at 2:30 PM on UNMIL Radio!!!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008


Hi Everybody! :-)

I’m Janice Pratt, a.k.a Silent Storm. I’m 19 years old and I attend the Stella Maris Polytechnic, where I study Economics. Even though I am studying a business course, but I hope to become a Film Production Manager someday. I’m into acting and writing.

During my free time, I love to read. My favorite books are mystery, Horror and comedy books.
I also love listen to good, soul-touching music.

I have a great sense of humor. (I looooove jokes!! Jokes, jokes, and more jokes!!!!!!) and I also love to smile,( a lot!)

Now.... I believe that experience is the worst teacher because it first gives you the test before it teaches you, after you have failed ( or passed)! Right? Wrong? Maybe.
I am a Christian.

My day-to-day life is basically centered on going to classes, preparation for Let’s talk about sex weekly radio show at PSI’s Office, and attending my Christian youth ministry meetings. I do have time to hang out and have fun with my friends though. I am a little on the quiet side but I do talk a lot when I have to!

My favorite time of the year is Christmas. (Yeah!) What else can I say about me? I love journalism too. Being on the radio is a lot of work- trust me it isn’t as easy as seems, but it can be really fun and exciting if you know how to handle it. When I was little, I always imagined what it would be like to actually be like the people I hear on the radio. Thence I became drawn to broadcasting.

Finally... when I was in my senior year of high school, I applied to a local radio station as a broadcaster. I was accepted and for one year, I produced a thirty minute educational youth radio program. It was later that I heard about the auditions that PSI was having for another youth radio show. Boy.... was I excited! I went for the auditions and... Here I am! Never gave up on a dream. Work towards it. Keep Focused and be determined, and you will get there some day. Peace out! J