I Feel Abandoned by the Weah Government

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By Gabriel I. H. Williams With my tenure having ended as a Liberian diplomat posted to the United States by the Government of Liberia since...

If I Were the President of My Country, I Would…

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By Wynfred Russell Liberia is at a crossroads. Sixteen years have gone since the war, and the nation is still developmentally stagnant. We need a...

Securing Women’s Land Rights Advances Equity in Our Communities

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By Josefa Sacko, African Union Commissioner, Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture  The African Union (AU) Declaration on Land Issues and Challenges, the AU Declaration of...

Africa’s Shameful Acts of Racism: The Plight of Persons with Albinism...

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By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor Racism is the belief that a particular race is superior to another, and that a person’s social and moral traits are...

Prince Y. Johnson: No Hero, But A Villain

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By Workapoe Woalea Workanuan Prince Y. Johnson (PYJ) a senator for Nimba County slaughtered his own brothers and closed relatives in cold blood, and still...

GOL’s Message to the Blind and Others With Disabilities in Liberia

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By Dr. Sakui W. G. Malakpa Apart from being a founding member of both the United Nations and the African Union (formerly the OAU), Liberia...

Senator Prince Johnson Must Be A Referee, Not A Player

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Background In 2020, Nimba County like the other 14 counties will be going to the poll to reelect or...

Corruption in Public Education: Ministry of Education the Chief Architect?

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Background It is always difficult to publicly criticize an entity in which one once worked for. I made...

Count the Liberian Banknotes and Reform Our Economy (Part 1)

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J. Yanqui Zaza Has the President of the Republic of Liberia, Mr. George Weah, addressed some of the discrepancies reported by the Kroll Investigating Team?...

Continuous Violations of Established Protocols by Pres. Weah: Is it a...

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Background President Weah needs help with some of his decisions, especially those ones that have to do with appointments...

How The Church Can Change Liberia

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By Alexander Redd, Th.D  As events unfold in Liberia over the years, we are witnessing the devolution of a nation. It doesn’t matter which side...

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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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...

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

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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

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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...

To Signal A New Shift in the Fight Against Corruption

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... 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...

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

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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...

Grooming The Media To Tell The African Tax Story

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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...

PYJ: Collaborator or an Antagonist?

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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...