‘The Impact of Our Actions as Stakeholders in The Judiciary’

Judges’ Charge delivered by Her Honor Nancy Finda Sammy at the opening of the November A.D. 2019 Term of Criminal Assizes A, B, C...

Be Careful What You Wish For

The Government of Liberia (GoL) or rather its functionaries appear not to be mindful of the seriousness of the current economic crisis facing the...

Understanding the Dichotomy in “Being in the Photo” and “Being in...

By Senyon Kieh, Sr. (seyon [email protected]) Musicians, in their entertaining realm, do introduce librettos, which are often appreciated by humankind from divergent perspectives. Admiring a musician’s...

Money Talks, Bullshit Walks!

“Money Talks, Bullshit Walks” is a popular expression which literally means when business needs to get done, talk all what you want but it...

COMMENTARY: Liberian Contemporary Politicians Need to Change Liberia’s Current Blueprint Formulated...

By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor There are several countries around the world implementing blueprints to foster economic developments in their respective societies.  Some of these countries...

Revisiting The UL Trustee Board’s “4G” Confirmation of New Prexy, Dr....

The announcement by the University of Liberia Board of Trustees unanimously endorsing the nomination of Dr. Julius Sawolo Nelson with "4G speed" is raising...

An Apology to Cllr. Gongloe and the National Bar Association of...

By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Background Prince Johnson usually makes bizarre statements. His utterances against Liberians, especially sons and daughters of Nimba County,...

Celebrated Abroad, ‘Unwelcomed’ at Home

The story of the Monrovia Football Academy By Wynfred Russell I believe, one of the best things to come out of Liberia this year was the...

We Must Tell Our Children, Our Leaders The Truth! Reflections...

Yesterday, November 12, 2019, passed off as just another ordinary day in the life of Liberians especially for residents of Monrovia. The historical significance...

Baboon Muh Divide Kola Befo Dey Know? God Forbid!

Who does Finance Minister Tweah think he is fooling—himself or the Liberian people? From outward appearances, it may seem the Finance Minister is fooling...

To Signal A New Shift in the Fight Against Corruption

... Unity Party, a legal entity, should investigate the past conduct of its officials while serving in government By J. Yanqui Zaza I am sure many...

Out of Step With The Constitution — Magristrate Bana’s Dismissal!

Coming events, it is said, often cast their shadows before. It is a common traditional belief amongst our people that usually events that are...

Were The “Doe Coin” and ‘Liberty’ Bank Note Legal Tenders in...

By Edward N. Boakai It is common knowledge that only a constitutionally elected government has mandate to print new currencies or mint new coins for...

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied — The Case of Oumu Hage

“Liberia is a sick country, one day it may get well,” is a statement attributed to American historian and diplomat, Raymond Leslie Buell. This...

Shine Your Eyes, Mr. Education Minister!

A little over a fortnight ago this newspaper in its October 16, editorial asked a very important question. That question, which headlined the editorial,...

Grooming The Media To Tell The African Tax Story

A Peep Into ATAF Media Engagement And Training By D Kaihenneh Sengbeh  GETTING THERE I didn’t really want to go. Just flying from Liberia way to South...

Take Senator Prince Y. Johnson Seriously!

Senator Prince Johnson’s recent statement in Ganta that the 2017 elections were 'massively rigged' to ensure the vote count placed then Presidential aspirant George...

PYJ: Collaborator or an Antagonist?

A critical analysis of the Nimba County Senator's recent outbursts and utterances By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Background Here again Senator Prince Y. Johnson...

Take Charge, Mr. President And Lead, Or Else…!

The recent illegal closure of the Roots FM and the vandalization of its offices by state security officials and the continued stony silence of...

Artisanal Mining: Effects on Peace, Economy, Environment and Human Security

By Jimmy Suah Shilue  Natural resource can be a blessing, when used wisely and efficiently to address the needs of people and countries in which...