Open Letter (With Recommendations) to President George M. Weah

May 21, 2019 E. Dr. George M. Weah President, Republic of Liberia   Your Excellency,   Please accept my highest compliments for your stewardship of the Republic and...

You Have Indeed Gravely Erred, Mr. Chief Justice!

The attention of the Daily Observer is drawn to the lead story on the front page of its May 21st edition under the headline,...

Leaving Patray to Face the Inquisitor?

The attention of the Daily Observer is drawn to a front-page story carried in its May 22, 2019 edition under the headlines, “Senate Invites...

President Weah, Heed the Words of the Prophet!

“But disaster will come upon you; you will not know how to charm it away. A calamity will befall you that you will be...

Justice Korkpor, Beware of the Implications of Setting Dangerous Precedents

The attention of this newspaper is drawn to a front-page lead story in its May 23, 2019 edition headlined “Halting Gongloe ‘Was in Line...

No Liberian Is More Liberian Than The Others (Part 2)

No Liberian is more Liberian than the others: Mitigating cultural dishonesty and mis-education in Liberia require a democratic solution, a collective effort where citizens...

In The Cause Of The People…

By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Monrovia- The Portuguese phrase Aluta continua was the rallying cry of the FRELIMO movement during Mozambique’s war for independence. However, in Liberia, the phrase was...

Liberia SWOT Analysis

By Mengistu E. Wolokolie Strengths The economic situation in Liberia is characterized by high reliance on exports of natural resources and agriculture. One of the major...

Globalization as an Extension of Capitalism: The Case of the Developing...

By Jonathan K. Weedor A. TRADE Globalization is conventionally defined as the integration of National economies into the International economy through trade, foreign direct investment, capital...

Rwanda and Liberia: How Patriotism, Focused Leadership and “Culture of It’s...

Attitudes, values, and beliefs that are sometimes collectively referred to as “culture” play an unquestionable role in human behaviour and progress. Liberia experienced a...

Does Sending Money to Family Members in Africa, Create A Culture...

BY Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor ‘Remittance’ is perceived as “funding that is sent or transferred to another party usually abroad. Remittances can be sent to another country via a...

Hard Truth: Government Is in Dire Straits!

That the Government of President Weah is in dire straits is a hard truth which is becoming clearer by the day. The value of...

The Right To Protest And Lessons Of 1979

Prepared by The TQ Harris Group (+231 88 040-2479 / Email: [email protected]) We are at a point in time relative to our nation's history that...

Weah’s Unique Opportunity

Liberia was a divided country before the exchange rate hit US$1/$L183. We were a divided country before George Manneh Weah came into office as...

Agriculture

Statement of the Liberia Council of Churches and Other Ecumenical Partners...

The Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), in ecumenical collaboration with the Inter-religious Council of Liberia (IRCL) and the Christian Community, is gravely alarmed with...

7 June Save The State Protest: If there will be a...

By Baba Sillah In analyzing state power and resistance in Liberia, one must draw lessons from history, particularly the history of last five decades which...

Development: The Book Definition

In our first editorial in this three-part series on development, we explored the common man’s view of development. We said that not having set...

Migration in Higher Education: The Recognition of Cross-Border Qualifications

By Joseph T. Isaac, Ed.D. If you have ever been a foreign student, faculty or researcher, you know some of the challenges experienced by immigrants...