Born and raised by the same parents and in the same community, Dave and
Dennis attended the same elementary, junior, and senior high schools
before going to the University of Liberia. But in 1990 like many other
Liberians their education was disrupted by the Liberian uncivil war.
They sought refuge together in Guinea, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and Ghana
before traveling to the United States of America in 2000. They both
taught at the refugee school system in the Forest Region of Guinea. Many
persons who know them doubt if they are blood brothers because of how
close they are.
To them, actual brothers could not spend so much time together and have
interest in similar activities. Though they may not have physical
similarities but they certainly share similar views on many issues. They
sometimes speak of themselves as two seeds planted on the same soil.
Being affected by the same environmental conditions, they often tend to
react to issues in a similar fashion and fascinated by similar
Ghana Dave and Dennis graduated from the AHEAD/WVI International
Training Institute with certificates in agriculture. In Bucks County,
Pennsylvania where they now live, both attended and graduated from the
same community college before taking separate routes to Temple and
Strayer Universities respectively. While Dave pursues his graduate
degree in Clinical Counseling at LaSalle University in Philadelphia,
Dennis is at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell pursuing a Master
degree in Health Informatics.
With backgrounds in Psychology and Computers respectively, Dave and
Dennis have passions for writing, teaching, telling stories, and
listening to other people. This drive to discuss, share, and learn new
ideas led them to establishing a site in cyberspace where they we can
share with others what they enjoy doing.
Though the purpose of this space is largely for educational purpose it
will also endeavor to promote a spirit of understanding, love, and
tolerance amongst Liberians. Through this work they hope that visitors
to this site will find something to smile/laugh about. They believe that
by so doin
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