Get the latest videos straight from City Hall right here on MCC TV. Business owners, there are also opportunities for you to advertise with our show. MCC TV is Liberia’s ONLY outlet for international broadcast, so take advantage of the opportunity to move your company to the forefront! Email me at for more information.

Episode 6: The Liberian Women’s Sewing Project

MCC TV & Destination Liberia Present The Liberian Women’s Sewing Project from Archel Bernard on Vimeo.

Episode 5: Happy 26th Paw-Paw Pie!

Happy 26th Paw-Paw Pie for Liberian Independence Day!! from Archel Bernard on Vimeo.

Episode 4: Moments with Mayor Mary Broh

Episode 3: The Issue at Gorbachev Market

Episode 2: The Ducor Community Cleaning, Waterside, City Parking Management

Episode 1: The Secretariat, Mary T. Broh Event Patio, Waste Management News


19 Responses to “MCC TV”

  1. Lydia June 15, 2011 at 12:26 pm #

    This website is a great idea. It would also be great if we had a focal point to contact with suggestions and questions. I am a small busineswoman in Johannneson, the business cleaned up 60 metres of bulding and roadside and mobilised the local community to clean the beach at West point. Now we get broken down cars parked outside our business by local garages as we have light and security. They block our entrances and prevent customers from parking outisde the shop. There is no incentive for us to clean up our streets if anyone can just take advantage and park broken down cars outside where we have tidied.

    Do you have assistance in such cases.



    • Archel Bernard (MCC) June 15, 2011 at 2:54 pm #

      This IS a focal point. I think we try to make it pretty clear you can ask questions and leave suggestions to be fielded to the right people right here or via the email address that is distributed several times on the site.
      However, property issues have to be addressed by coming into City Hall. Once you express your concern, they direct you to the person in charge of this matter. What I will say is this: Currently you have to monitor your own street side to remove cars. Tell your security not to allow people to park in front of your shop. The only section of public street that has regulated parking is the one depicted in the video. It’s on Randall St. The incentive for us to clean our streets is so we don’t live in filth. Car parking is a whole different set of serious issues.
      There is a company that tows cars that works with MCC. If you’re in Monrovia, try to come to City Hall so your case can be understood.

  2. Michael June 25, 2011 at 6:35 pm #


  3. alex June 25, 2011 at 10:35 pm #

    great job,this is what liberia need,young innovative people making use of technology.great job guys,I just hope other public institution can be infuse with young people like you so that vital national information can be readily available to the public. once again thanks

  4. Gant June 27, 2011 at 6:35 pm #

    The problems that the city of monrovia have can be easly taken care need to ward or zone the city, let each concil men or woman come for their’s wards or zone, let them make dicisions that is right for where they live, street signs, parks for kids to play, making sure business int these wards or zones are build with tolets. Stop appointing people from other area to be on the city board. Can we learned from other big city from arount the world? We need a leader who will stop cleaning government building and work on getthing a city and it’s people a better living enviroment.

    • manseen4change July 19, 2011 at 11:01 pm #

      that’s a pretty great idea; simple too. I was thinking the same thing. Zoning would make A Lot of issues easier to manage. Delegating responsibilities would becomemuch easier as well. Once again, Great Idea

  5. arif assaf July 2, 2011 at 3:04 pm #

    Congratulations on a wonderfull job so far. I’m very impress with what I have seem on your video reports, please converge to Mrs.Broh my upmost pride in a Liberian who is willing to show her fell countrymen the way forward in order for all of us to work together, much impressed. thank you.

  6. Lorraine July 8, 2011 at 3:36 am #

    Very nice work. Thanks for keeping us informed.

  7. Archel Bernard (MCC) July 11, 2011 at 10:25 am #

    Thank you all for your comments and feedback. Thank you for helping us grow.

  8. Richalieu B. Urey July 11, 2011 at 11:36 pm #

    Hi Madam:
    Thanks to you and your hard working staffs for keeping our Citys and country clean. I will appreciate if you could expose those government officials or public citizens who collect money from our poor mothers to clean the markets and not doing the cleaning.By doing this it will make the case for them to face justice. If this is done it will discouage other from exploiting our mothers and the liberian government. There is no way the publish should be shopping in a dirty market place. This should be against the law and this law should be carry out to the fulless. liberians do not like a leader is very soft. they like a leader who is militant and this is what you have to give them. once agin God bless you for what you do for our Country. Keep it going.

    Richalieu B Urey
    6508 Chester Avenure
    philadelphia Pa. 19142
    (267)288 3274

  9. Lukas July 13, 2011 at 11:51 am #

    Great website; when will the interview with the Mayor be posted?

    • Archel Bernard (MCC) July 14, 2011 at 8:56 am #

      I’m trying! The internet is postponing my schedule, but as we say, “soon come.”

  10. Ernest July 13, 2011 at 8:40 pm #

    Its a tall order to keep our city clean and you guys are proving that you are up to it.Great job guys and thanks for helping give Monrovia a face lift…

    Ernest Wright
    Atlanta GA

  11. Nyna July 28, 2011 at 5:57 am #

    Great job Archel:)

  12. Robertha Richards July 31, 2011 at 5:02 am #

    Robertha Richards
    What a great Job. More Power to Madam Broh and her Team.

    Thank You.

  13. kweme August 1, 2011 at 9:20 pm #

    I am highly impressed, no matter what some may say about the Mayor. Please continue with the good work.

    The reporting is nostalgic!

  14. Johan Wessels in the Netherlands September 12, 2011 at 11:43 am #

    Hi, I like to have contact with someone who can tell me if there is an recycling industry in Liberia. I talked to people in the erea of Monrovia to start a street cleaning service and recycle the plastic. I have already contact with a man in Ghana and maybe he can help. This is my foundation please bring this email to the right person. Johan


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