EMOL Begins Voters’ Education Campaign for 2017 Liberia Poll

Written on:January 24, 2017
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Liberians Vote in Harper city, Maryland County

Devils Lake, ND—-The most important power one has as a voter is the power of his or her vote. It is the power you have as voters to hold all elected and appointed individuals in various positions of power, including the presidency accountable. This power is guaranteed under the Liberian Constitution. This is your undisputable power and right that allows you to make your government work for you, said a release from the US based organization headed by Mr. Jarwinken Wiah.

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PHOTO ESSAY: Liberia Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay’s inflated ego

Written on:January 24, 2017
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Liberian speaker Emmanuel Nuquay

So today was President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s last address to the Liberian Assembly and people—But so much ado about her speech, in 12 years, and with lots of international goodwill and uninterrupted peace, she admits she has failed to reconcile the Liberian people and that she also failed to fight corruption, not because she lacked “the political will,” but because corruption is systemic, okay corruption is systemic, and the president said she didn’t lack…

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Winning the Liberian presidency or trying to win it by any means

Written on:January 23, 2017
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Executive Mansion Building in Monrovia

The Liberian people are used to being in the darkness. It doesn’t matter whether it is in their country or their homes where some have been without lights for years, or when their government and elected officials intentionally lie to them to keep them in the darkness, they are used to living in darkness. Lies, dishonesty, rampant corruption and unaccountability are the norms in Liberian politics and the Sirleaf administration, which…

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Book Review: Between the Kola Forest and the Salty Sea

Written on:January 13, 2017
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between the kola and the salty sea

Between the Kola Forest and the Salty Sea reveals the long-hidden story of those who lived in the region before Liberia was created. The book brings forth inspiring revelations laying bare for the readers the different languages and ethnic groups of Liberia.

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Young Liberian humanitarian wins service award

Written on:January 12, 2017
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Musa Willie, founder and executive director of Education Care Africa,

Musa Willie was awarded the 2016 Community Service Award by the Checago Bright Foundation; a US based charity organization, for working tirelessly to provide educational support and materials to Liberian children.

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Liberia Liberty Party concerned wants immediate resolution

Written on:December 15, 2016
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Liberia Liberty Party

December 15, 2016—Liberty Party is concerned about the increasing difficulties being faced by business owners in clearing their goods from the Freeport of Monrovia and is urging the Government of Liberia to pay keen immediate attention to the plight of the business people concerned; majority of whom are middle-class Liberians who try to make life in the private sector.

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Liberia Vs. Kenya: Debbah nullified U-23 Coah Kojo selection, opts for BYC first-team

Written on:November 23, 2016
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International friendly Liberia Vs. knay

    Monrovia—There were eight players from Barrack Young Controllers (BYC), who featured in Liberia’s 0-1 defeat to Kenya in a FIFA-approved international friendly at Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi on November 15. Greece-based Paul Were of Acharnaikos scored a 52nd minute goal to continue Kenya’s unbeaten run in eight games in friendlies and Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers. But it was the BYC players—Karleo Anderson, Hilton Varney, Prince Jetoh,…

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The Nigeria Super Eagles are winning again 10 reasons why

Written on:November 22, 2016
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International friendly Liberia Vs. knay

  When Gernot Rohr was unveiled in Nigeria on August 9, he was practically unknown and unheralded. Truth be told, many thought and believed that the Nigeria Football Federation and its president, Amaju Pinnick, had continued on their perceived mission of taking the country and its football on another wild goose chase. Indeed history has a splendid way of repeating itself. When Clemens Westerhof was appointed Super Eagles coach in…

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The Geopolitics: Africa’s Historical Rich Oil-Curse

Written on:November 22, 2016
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Liberian diplomat Moses Gray

   A sober diplomatic analysis of China, the West and others quest for African oil minerals By: Josephus Moses Gray “This might sound ridiculous”, but it is a fact that the oil’s curse can be avoided and hence, be turned into a fruitful and praiseworthy blessing; but the saddest nightmare is that dozen of oil -rich African states mismanaged their resources, thereby restricting the bulk of the home population to…

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Liberia Government has not pay its doctors in 3 months

Written on:November 18, 2016
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President Sirleaf : Signing National Budget into Law

More than 65 Liberian doctors, comprising senior and junior doctors, are unhappy with the delay of their two-month salary, and are expected to have a ‘consensus’ meeting today. According to reports, hospitals (including emergency wards), health centers and clinics are expected to be partially empty as a result. The meeting is expected to take place on 9th Street in Sinkor at 11:00 a.m. Dr. Jonathan M. Hart, one of the…

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