Liberia – Mitigating Socioeconomic Impact of COVID-19

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By Francis Nyepon A coronavirus recession in Liberia is inevitable. COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus, could lay siege and overwhelm critical socioeconomic sectors in...

Can the Liberian Economy Survive the Coronavirus?

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Liberia CAN emerge stronger if we act now!!! By Robert E. Smallwood Jr.  A few weeks ago we were all focused on the apparent contradicting statements,...

Beware the Politics of Opportunism

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Political opportunism, of its many interpretations, can be interpreted as the tendency to make political capital out of situations with the main aim being...

For The Love of Country, For The Love of Nwabudike or...

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Confirmation hearings for nominees to the National Elections Commission (NEC) continued yesterday with calls by leaders of opposition political parties including Senators, have called...

Open Letter to the President

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Your Excellency: Subject: Nomination of the new Chair of the National Election Commission: Councilor (Cllr.) Ndubusi Nwabudike I have the honor to extend greetings and...

Focus More on Proper Governance and Not an Illusive Second-Term Quest

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For over a week now Liberians have been glued to their radios, televisions and mobile phones following developments unfolding in the confirmation process of...

Will USAID Support the Idea to Build A Tire Factory in...

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J. Yanqui Zaza The effort in Part I called “USAID awards $16M to Nathan to fight corruption but says nothing about the 66 fraudulent concessionary...

Liberia: The Demand for Legislative Oversight Must Go Beyond Being Called...

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By Jones Nhinson Williams  In the Republic of Liberia, as in most, if not every democratic Country, legislators make up the National Legislature. Besides, the National Legislature,...

Render unto Caesar What Is Caesar’s and unto God What Is...

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The fight against the Coronavirus may prove to be an uphill battle given the disposition of many fringe Christian groups who continue to assemble...

Liberia: Is There Any Justification Not to Confirm Nwabudike?

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By J. Nhinson Williams Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah, on Monday, March 22, 2020, appointed Counsellor A. Ndubusi Nwabudike as chairman of the country’s election...

Look Before You Leap, Mr. President!

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President Weah’s recent nomination of Cllr. Ndubusi Nwabudike to serve as chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC) continues to attract public criticism with...

Central Bank Reports: US$222 Deficit in 2018; for 2019, $42 Surplus....

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By J. Yanqui Zaza How did the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) leapt from US $222M deficit in 2018 to a US $42 surplus in...

Draw on Lessons from Ebola and Beware of the Implications of...

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The biting effects of the Coronavirus are beginning to stamp its presence with grave implications for the health and economic wellbeing of the Liberian...

Are Patriotism, Nationalism Ingredients of Good Governance?

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(Attention to all Liberian Political Parties) As the nations of the world endeavor to aggressively and comprehensively confront the presence of the Coronavirus, let me...

A National Emergency Requiring All Hands on Deck: Opposition, In-Position and...

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Liberia’s economy which has been in a downward spiral since Ebola and, well before the advent of the Coronavirus, appears set to experience even...

CDC Boasts of Achievements & $42M Surplus in 2019; but Why...

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By J. Yanqui Zaza While the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) boasts of countless achievements, residents of local communities are complaining that government institutions such...

Let’s Abide by Health Protocols and Not Carried Away by Fake...

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If Liberia can recall any disease outbreak in its history, it will pinpoint Ebola as the worst ever.  It claimed the lives of thousands...

Let’s Teach Our Children Our Languages, and Let Our Culture Bloom

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A prominent Liberian, who hails from Bomi County, has sounded a very serious warning about the imminent extinction (disappearance, death) of one of Liberia’s...

The Coronavirus and Leadership

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By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Before the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a Global health pandemic, the world was already sneezing. From Wuhan to...

“After Nyenswah Has Absconded, Has the National Institute of Public Health...

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By Cllr. Tolbert Nyenswah Truth, as ordained by the fundamental canons of journalism becomes the first casualty when journalists falter in their sacred responsibility to...