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Speech by Mr. Actebeouson Nyema

Speech by Mr. Actebeouson Nyema, Resident of the City of Brewerville, East Road, Montserrado County, Republic of Liberia at the Mother Yvette Jamison School of Excellence (Kindergarten to 11th Grade) on June 30, 2018 Mother Christiana Kamara, Proprietress and Founder,

 Fathers challenge to set example

                             Fathers challenge to set example By Kelvin Arthurs The Assistant Pastor of the Mount Carmel Open Bible Standard Church (MCOBSC) has challenged Liberian Fathers to set

Two Stories Building For Rent or Lease

There is a two-story building for rent or lease located directly opposite the African Dreams School, Bonja, Roberts International Airport HIghway. The Building has a gym, one kitchen on each floor with two large dinning rooms on both floors, two

WEAH RUNS PRO-POOR GOVERNMENT WITH EMPTY PROMISES: CITIZENS BECOME THE VICTIMS

PRESIDENT WEAH RUNS PRO-POOR GOVERNMENT WITH EMPTY PROMISES: CITIZENS BECOME THE VICTIMS Dweh Wilson writes The essence of taking leadership especially at the level of the Presidency is not to misuse state resources at the expense of your citizens, but

Pro-Poor or Stay-Poor: A detailed analysis of Liberia’s 2018/2019 Draft Budget

Pro-Poor or Stay-Poor: A detailed analysis of Liberia’s 2018/2019 Draft Budget By: Center for Policy Action and Research, CePAR; Authors: M. Boakai Jaleiba, Jr, Jacob V. Jallah & Alieu F. Nyei Introductory Notes Following the submission of the draft budget at

Home Grown School Meals in Liberia: A Win-Win for All

Home Grown School Meals in Liberia: A Win-Win for All By: Octavius T. Quarbo As an academic with a keen interest in seeing the practical development of Liberia’s new pro-poor focus, I was very intrigued by ZOA’s initiative to deliver

Liberia-Cuba Bilateral Relations: Major Developments in April 2018

Liberia-Cuba Bilateral Relations: Major Developments in April 2018 Compiled by Frontier Staff Writer (Courtesy of CubaMinrex/EmbaCuba Liberia) Monrovia, April 3, 2018-, With the presence of 18 journalists from 11 media groups (radio and newspapers), the Chargé d’Affaires of Cuba in

US 2017 Human Rights Report Says Police Carried Out Extrajudicial Killings

US 2017 Human Rights Report Condemns Government: Says Police Carried Out Extrajudicial Killings, etc. According to the United States 2017 Human Rights Report on Liberia, the most significant human rights issues included extrajudicial killings by police; police abuse, harassment, and intimidation

Looming Corruption Amidst Failure to Declare Assets

Looming Corruption Amidst Failure to Declare Assets By Agnes M. Tarr Former Auditor General of the General Auditing Commission of Liberia, Mr. John Morlu, once declared the government of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf three times more corrupt than previous

Crisis with The Media: A Road Not Worth Taking

Crisis with The Media: A Road Not Worth Taking By David K. Dahn,  daviddahn63@yahoo.com; +231-886-568-666;  +231-775-546-683 The radiance of this piece of writing from the sideline reflects what seems not only a coarse but also worrisome relationship between the Liberian media