The Transformation Liberia needs

Written on:June 24, 2016
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Former Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia and 2017 presidential hopeful, Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, said much has been said about progress, but transformation is what is needed in the country and emphasized the importance of guaranteeing the role of Liberians in the social, political and economic development. Dr. Jones, who spoke at the graduating ceremony of 150 Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) women in Tubmanburg, Bomi County, said there is need to give positions to people with new ways of thinking and doing things that bring about needed changes that will transform lives.

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Liberia: 11 Questions: Ophelia S. Lewis, Writer

Written on:June 24, 2016
Ophelia Lewis, author

  Ralph Cherbo Geeplay Born Nov.7, 1961 Ophelia S. Lewis is a Liberian writer and publisher. Her first book, “My Dear Liberia” [2004] was published in memory of pre- civil war Liberia. She is referred to in some quarters as a feminist-nationalist, and is the founder of Village Tale Publishing. She is also the author of novels, and children’s books, poetry, short stories and essays. Ophelia is active in helping…

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The Liberia Army Will Defend The National Sovereignty

Written on:June 23, 2016
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Liberians should not panic in the wake of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) drawdown as their maximum security is assured, says Armed Forces Chief of Staff (COS) Brig/Gen. Daniel Ziankahn.

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All Liberia Party Chairman Resigns

Written on:June 21, 2016
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“Liberia’s Richest Businessman Presidential Ambition Crumbling: Party’s USA Chairman Resigns and Calls Him a “Fake”

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Liberia Must Invest More In Early Education

Written on:June 21, 2016
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  Staff Report A graduate student in Strategic Management and Leadership at Harvard University in Boston, MA, Mr. Austin S Fallah, has called on those seeking political offices in 2017 to begin investing in the education of the future generation of the country. Speaking to journalists on the main campus of Hamline University, his Alma matter, when he attended the graduation ceremonies of some Liberians, the Harvard student observed that…

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Liberia: Sirleaf’s presidential task-force a dishonest scheme?

Written on:June 21, 2016
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By Hassan Fadiga Is Johnson-Sirleaf’s presidential task-force a dishonest scheme? A critical look at the Liberian leader’s stance on official corruption.

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Liberia President Ellen Johnson endorses Joseph Boakai

Written on:June 21, 2016
Vice President Joseph Boakai

Staff Report The Liberian Leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has publicly given her blessing and support to her Vice President, Joseph N. Boakai, describing him as “The most experienced person” to lead the country.

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Rep. Snowe Asks Supreme Court To Prohibit Speaker Tyler

Written on:June 18, 2016
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  By Comfort M. Johnson MONROVIA June 13 (LINA) – Montserrado County District #6 Representative Edwin Snowe has petitioned the Supreme Court for a writ of prohibition against House Speaker Alex Tyler’s decision not to call roll at during sessions from June 2 to July 2, 2016.

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Liberia: Lone Stars 4 shortlisted Coaches

Written on:June 18, 2016
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Liberia Lone Stars coach James Salinsa Debbah have said he is resigning for the second time in a month, the first time, he said it was a prank, and the second, due to heavy criticisms from fans that he lacked the ability to coach the national outfit. Here also are four coaches that could turn the Liberian national team fortunes around. Africans FAs have a bias for European coaches, sorry…

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Liberian poetry book: Where The Road Turns

Written on:June 16, 2016
Patricia-Jabbeh-Wesley

Book Review by Ralph Geeplay Where the Road Turns is a handsomely written poetry book by the Liberian writer Patricia Jabbeh Wesley that has been deservedly praised. Published in 2010, this mouthwatering collection is a flock of many themes – there’s not a boring moment.

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