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Al-jerome Anastas Chede
Al-jerome Anastas Chede

Al-jerome Anastas Chede is a staunch promoter and defender of fearless and objecvtive journalism, social justice, democracy and peace.


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Created: 29th Mar 2010
Modified: 29th Mar 2010
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Professional Information
Employer:
U S Bank
Position:
Fraud and Loss Prevention

Description of Work:
Mr Chede Currently lives in the United States of America and works in the banking Industry full time and is into Radio, Television and Internet newscasting newscasting on the part-time.
Biographical Information
Al-jerome Anastas Chede
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: May/31/1968
Gender: male
Place of Origin: Africa
Al-jerome is an avid defender of free speech and the objective analysis of the core issues shaping news headlines. He earned the respect of millions of Liberians as well as the international and diplomatic communities during the darkest period of Liberia's history (1995-97). As is common in africa,this young and enterprising broadcaster was forced into exile in 1997 by the agents of tyranny dictatiorship and jungle justice .
Accomplishments
Production:
The return of Bidu Sudan (horror drama;1997;Liberia) The Power Hunter : Political Drama 1995: liberia) Who's to Blame: Love drama:United States of America(still in the works)
Other Accomplishments:
BA Mass Communications 1996 Liberia: MA in Education 2007(St. Mary;s University: United States of America
Publication:
www.afrikanews.net www.africanrootsconnection.com : www.newliberiafm.com www.nextvisionentertainment.com
Award:
www.afrikanews.net www.africanrootsconnection.com : www.newliberiafm.com www.nextvisionentertainment.com


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