In 2011, Australian journalist Clair MacDougall (@ClairMacD) visited Liberia to cover the re-election of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first female head-of-state. Based in neighbouring Ghana at the time, MacDougall became fascinated with what she calls "this small but deeply complex country". She moved to Monrovia two months later.
Follow Friday: @ClairMacD, our woman in Monrovia
What's an Australian journalist doing in Liberia? Clair MacDougall is fascinated by the "deeply complex" nation and coverage of Africa broadly. The intrepid freelance is worth a follow.