Monthly Archives: August 2018

Africa: Is Transformation From A “Dark Continent” Possible Under Political Ambiguity?

By David K. Dahn  +231(0)886568666/7755466683 This article offers fresh insights into the unending frontal debate regarding political ambiguity in Africa. In my settled consideration, the pace of suffering, pillaging and stunted growth of Africa, compared to other regions of the

Couple arrested for counterfeit drugs

By Kelvin Arthurs A couple residing in Mount Barclay has been arrested for selling counterfeit medical drugs. According to Marcus Soko, the General Director of the Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency (LDEA), the couple, Mr. Sanno Doe and Mrs. Janet Doe,

Was President Weah In Error For Asking The Media Out?

BY: JACOB N.B. PARLEY On August 16, 2018, Liberian Chief Executive, George Manneh Weah, took what I will call one of the greatest decisions by inviting members of the opposition to round table discussions at the Bella Casa Hotel in

Cuba Awards Liberia Two Medical Studies Scholarships

The Government of Cuba has awarded two medical studies scholarships to the Republic of Liberia. The ceremony too place at the Cuban Embassy near Monrovia at the time Cubans and many people around the world commemorated the 92nd anniversary of

President Weah Blunders Again

An Attorney-at-Law, Atty. N. Paul Hinneh has condemned the appointment of Mayor Jefferson Korjee as Chairman of the City Council of Monrovia.  He says, “it is repugnant to the separation of power provision of the Constitution and against the spirit

GOVERNMENT MUST REDUCE THE PRICE OF GASOLINE

                 -A Commentary by Dweh Wilson WHAT GIVES CITIZENS HOPE is, when pronouncements are made especially from an elected President, that in their view become the working tools that benefit them as a people. That could also add to the

Education Ministry Launches Getting to Best (G2B)

Remarks by Alton V. Kesselly Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, On behalf of Prof.D. Ansu Sonii, the Minister of Education and the entire Ministry of Education, I am greatly delighted to welcome you all to this monumental occasion, the launching

The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) Elects a New Leadership

The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) has elected a new leadership to stir the affairs of the institution. Speaking Monday Night, shortly after the election, Commerce Minister Wilson Tarpeh assured the private sector in Liberia   of government’s commitment to  create

Govt. to Increase Awareness on human trafficking

By Kelvin Arthurs Labour Minister Moses Kollie assured Liberians that government will create awareness for human trafficking in Liberia. Minister Kollie stated the awareness will prevent the trafficking of persons in or out of the country. The Labour Boss made

Stop Hiring Thugs To Breed Violence and Chaos:

By Martin Kollie Friday was another dramatic scene on the Capitol Hill campus of the University of Liberia as dozens of strange men claiming to be members of the campus-based Student Unification Party abruptly appeared to create chaos at the