February 23, 2024
The Scramble for Government Jobs, Assets Declaration, and Drug Tests. The Boakai Dilemma.

The inauguration of President Joseph Nyumah Boakai is over.
President Boakai supposedly declared his assets and took a drug test, fulfilling a campaign promise that he and members of his administration would declare their assets and take drug tests.  

January 24, 2024
A Bad Start for President Joseph Boakai, and Dauson V. Kamara’s Untimely Death. Liberia Cannot Afford To Have Another Incompetent President

Joseph Boakai’s pre-presidency started with a children’s Christmas party at his residence, followed by a series of cleanup campaigns and garbage collections held in major parts of the city of Monrovia left there by his predecessors, the Sirleaf and Weah administrations, coupled with a meeting with key legislators at the residence of the president-elect. 

December 24, 2023
President-elect Joseph Nyumah Boakai, Keep the Ball Rolling. Audit the Outgoing Weah Administration. Sanction Them!

This is the season of sanctions.
It is an ongoing process that has former officials of the Weah administration on edge as they look around and behind themselves wondering who’s next to be publicly shamed and sanctioned for their alleged crimes against their people, the Liberian people.  

December 12, 2023
Regulate Kehkeh Operators, Regulate Motorcyclists, and Marketers), Implement A Safe and Efficient Transportation and Market Policies

I remember the Renault (Dee Dong), Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Nissan, Mazda, and Toyota bus and Taxi era of the 1960s and 1970s, in Monrovia and Liberia in general when buses and taxis were the main modes of transportation.

December 3, 2023
Joseph Nyumah Boakai and The New Era of Compassionate Politics in Liberia

The endorsements came and gone, and the ballots have been counted and made public in both the October 10 presidential election, and the November 14 runoff election.

October 30, 2023
Crying Foul Now About the October 10 Presidential and Legislative Elections Is Not Smart Politics. It Is Selfishness and A Lack of Patriotism.

Liberian political elites are good at ignoring the nation’s problems only to complain and protest later that the system they once embraced, and supported did not treat them fairly after the same system they supported all along handed them a major defeat.

October 21, 2023
President George Manneh Weah Doesn’t Deserve a Second Term. Vote Him Out!

Liberians of all voting age and political stripes went to the polls on October 10 to exercise one of the few rights they have in that broken country they always called ‘home'.

September 25, 2023
ULAA Sinks to a New Low

“Due to the cancellation of general elections by the National President Hon. J. Shiwoh Kamara at the end of his tenure, the Union is without a leadership. In the interest of continuity of the Union’s business, the national Board of Directors will exercise the affairs of the Union of Liberian Associations in Americas until the Board appoints an interim leadership.”

September 22, 2023
Crowded Campaign Rallies a Clear Signs of a One-Term Weah Presidency

The Liberian presidential race is on and getting hotter, if not already hot. The crowd is intensely larger by the day or week with the various camps claiming to pull in the largest, a way to play to the psyche of the other side to be ready for an October 10 surprise victory over President George Manneh Weah. 

July 30, 2023
Alexander B, Cummings, Jr. Stepped Up To Say Something. And He Did Just That With Clarity and Boldness

I am exhausted.

Though exhausted with Liberian politics, I refused to allow my exhaustion to keep me away from writing about the issues that are a part and parcel of that country’s existence dear to my heart. 

July 14, 2023
Love Him Or Loathe Him, Henry Pedro Costa Said Interesting Things During His Press Conference. Give Him Your Ears!

He dropped some names, the names of individuals he communicated with, and also dropped the names of hotels, a hotel’s room number, airlines, and countries, a mountain with natural resources, such as the Wologisi Mountain, and the amount of $30 million that would have sealed the deal for his possible selection as a vice presidential running mate to presidential candidate Joseph Nyuma Boikai.

June 30, 2023
What Does the Selection of Emmanuel K. Urey Yarkpawolo As VP Running Mate Say About Tiawon Gongloe and the Liberian People’s Party?

For Liberians, politics is about the person and the personality that drives the individual into the world he or she navigates to move past the delusions that underlie the packaged image.

May 30, 2023
When A VP Selection Process Becomes A National Celebration

Presidential candidate Alexander B. Cummings Jr. and his Alternative National Congress (ANC) political party did what most candidates would do when they don’t want to cede the spotlight to the opponent.

May 7, 2023
A Deserving Vacation Getaway

It is always a great idea to take a vacation every now and then to at least rescue yourself from all things worldly, where life’s inconveniences tend to alter the way we humans see and do things.

April 29, 2023
Joseph Boakai’s Koung Selection as Vice-Presidential Running Mate, and His Greatly Appalling Alliance of Convenience With Prince Johnson, Leaves a Bitter Taste

Presidential candidate Joseph N. Boikai’s vice presidential veep stake is over. Thank God! 

April 24, 2023
Responding to Jesse M. Cooper, Sr’s Critique of my new book, ULAA vs ULAA – Triumphs, Chaos and the Death of Courage and Ideas.

I read with profound sadness the trash written by one “Eminent” Dr. Jesse M. Cooper, Sr., who pretended to be a critique of my new book, ULAA vs. ULAA – Triumphs, Chaos and the Death of Courage and Ideas, yet fell flat on his face for the absolutely dismal work he did in his so-called analysis of my book and the various chapters.

March 14, 2023
Fake Academic Credentials (Degrees) in Liberia

Compiled by Martin K. N. Kollie Lead Campaigner, Campaigners for Academic Crimes Court (CACC). Breaking News (Get To Know Them)… The first list of Academic Fraudsters is OUT: What CACC has done in no time? 

February 25, 2023
The Fatal Home Invasion of Justice Gloria Scott’s Home Shows the Liberian Nation Needs Real and Serious Leadership.

It is difficult to stay away from Liberian politics.
How can I stay away from Liberia and Liberian politics when that place is as close to my heart just as the two individuals who brought me into this world?

February 5, 2023
Do Not Reelect President George Manneh Weah in October 2023. Vote Him Out!

The presidential race for the Executive Mansion has begun with the incumbent President George Manneh Weah putting in all the resources of the state to assure a victory in October.


Do Not Reelect President George Manneh Weah in October 2023. 

December 19, 2022
Leaders of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) are Struggling Politically from Incompetence, Corruption, and Lack of Leadership. The December 17 “We Are Tired Suffering Rally” Did Not Help Them 

The Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) of Liberia comprised of former Vice President Joseph Boikai, Alexander B. Cummings, Jr., Benoni Urey, and Musa Hassan Bility, have always been an interesting group of people made up of ambitious individuals whose core reason for being is to replace a sitting president. 

December 3, 2022
Anthony ‘Experience’ Sayon Nagbe: Gone but Not Forgotten. RIP!

Anthony ‘Experience’ Sayon Nagbe is gone. The great Tejajlu left us on November 26, 2022, to be with the Ancestors. Gone but not forgotten, my friend and your music lives on and continues to inspire us your people. 

November 19, 2022
The Liberian Tragedy Known As the George Manneh Weah Presidency

A president who leaves his or her country and people for a month, a few days, or even a week during a crisis to embark on a self-centered foreign funfest tour when that president is needed at home to engage in crisis management to solve the nation’s problems, is a failed leader.

November 11, 2022
Alexander B. Cummings, Jr. “I Am Not Running for President for Just Good People”  

Political campaigns are about contrasting ideas, vision, compassion, and a resounding message of hope that uplifts a generation and shows the seriousness of the candidate.

October 1, 2022
Disaster Management Must Be A Priority For The Weah Administration 

Putting the fires out with buckets of water shouldn't be the way forward in Liberia. It is not normal. It is not a policy. Liberia is too old to continue to operate that way. 

September 18, 2022
Leaked Video About President George Manneh Weah, the 2023 Presidential Election, and Alleged Mercenary Activities May Be A Prelude Of What’s To Come

The three-minute video is out. It is taking Facebook and Liberian chatrooms by storm, and Liberians, as usual, are talking about it. 

August 28, 2022
No One Is More Liberian Than I Am

I love Liberia.

I don’t think anybody loves Liberia more than I do.

After all, Liberia’s where my ‘nabor strings’ are buried somewhere in the deep trenches of that country’s pristine landscapes of swamps and endangered species, beaches, forest, sand, mud, the Atlantic Ocean, and vast resources of lakes and rivers. 

August 23, 2022
ULAA, Isn’t it Too Late For Your Press Release?

I once referred to ULAA as a “paper tiger.”+

Others have too.

I still stand by those remarks, the phrase that defines modern-day ULAA, the once influential and powerful organization that now resorts to radio silence, a meaningless, self-absorbed (‘Eminent’) title, and a toothless press release to show that ULAA is working in the interest of diaspora Liberians. 

August 16, 2022
President George Manneh Weah’s Criminal Syndicates: Arrest Them, Seize Their Properties and Bank Accounts, and Lock Them UP!

Amid public declaration that corruption is a necessary evil he engages in to develop Liberia, his way, Nathaniel McGill, Minister of State, together with two of his partners in crime, Bill Twehway, head of the National Port Authority; and Cyrennius Cephus, Solicitor General, Republic of Liberia were outed publicly and slapped with sanctions by the United States Government through its envoy Michael McCarthy, for engaging in public corruption.

August 2, 2022
A Synopsis of What Needs to be Done in the Lead-Up to the 2023 Elections

After almost two decades since the end of the prolonged civil war in Liberia in 2003, it is quite unfortunate that Liberia is still in a transitional state. The country is still brittle and struggling to recover from the shock and wanton destruction of the crisis.

July 28, 2022
’26 bloodbath Says It All About the Failed CDC-Weah Government

The red, white, blue, and the lone white star were on display in Liberia on Independence Day, July 26, 2022, with huge fanfare and excitement, and lousy, uninspiring speeches, as Liberians at home and abroad, ever so happy to reach another milestone in the history of their beloved country, showed their patriotism by celebrating Liberia’s birthday.

July 14, 2022
Pointing Fingers and Blaming Others …… The Liberian Way!

Homes and streets are underwater from the torrential rainfalls that caused the flooding in the first place. Monrovians are displaced, yet, George Manneh Weah and his government officials are attending a funfest ‘retreat’ in Nimba County.

July 9, 2022
Are Liberians Gullible Politically or Just ‘Stupay?’

Liberian ‘political gurus’ are good at jumping on the bandwagon to defend the indefensible when their conveniently settled minds are already made up on their choice of presidential candidates.
They are unanimous in their views and will parrot whatever is out there that stirs their souls as they pretend to be legitimate when legitimacy and credibility seem to be a far cry from the grounds they walk.  

July 7, 2022
Protect The Environment and The Mining Industry in Liberia

The recent environmental incident of alleged toxic chemical waste in the Mafa River in Grand Cape County that showed dead fishes and dogs as a result of Bea Mountain’s mining operations is again another reminder that the mining industry and other companies are dumping into Liberia’s tributaries and the Atlantic Ocean.

June 22, 2022
Commemorating Juneteenth and Working in Solidarity for Environmental Justice

The Africa Environmental Watch (AEW) joins others to commemorate a historic event on the Juneteenth national holiday to honor the emancipation of the forgotten black slaves in Galveston, Texas, United States of America.

June 20, 2022
Did Agnes Reeves Taylor File A Wrongful Lawsuit Against Massa Washington?

With two successive administrations failing to decisively address wartime atrocities, Liberia war crimes perpetrators and their allies are becoming emboldened as impunity continues to grow rapidly in Liberia, more than twenty years since the senseless violence ended abruptly.

May 29, 2022
Visible Mess At the Invincible Park 

I am a writer and a policy guy.
I and not a construction engineer, and I don’t claim to be an environmental engineer or any of the engineers that you see building those wonderful infrastructures all over the place.
But I know floodwater when I see one. 

May 16, 2022
Can Tiawon Gongloe Govern A Troubled Liberia?

On a very busy Saturday evening on May 14-15, in two metro Atlanta cities, presidential candidate Tiawon Saye Gongloe made his campaign and fundraising debut to the political faithful who gathered there to hear him tell them why he wants to be the next President of Liberia after 2023.

May 7, 2022
Manneh, Deh beh?, Deh beh nee?

As a proud Klao-Kru man who is concerned about Liberia, leadership, and the current president’s poor handling of the state of affairs in the country

April 8, 2022
Africa Environmental Watch (AEW), is Thinking About Liberia 

The current solid waste crisis in Liberia especially in the urban cities such as Monrovia, Paynesville, and its environs remains an alarming episode.

April 2, 2022
A Beautiful Life Taken Too Soon: RIP, Princess Cooper!

We mourn her death because she’s one of our own whose memories will continue to remain in our hearts and minds, and in the memories of her fellow citizens, relatives, and loved ones.

March 25, 2022
ULAA – New Leaders, Same Old Political Hustling

Every year hundreds of Liberians in the Americas earn some form of higher education, get promoted into higher echelon on their jobs, start businesses, innovate, invest, and create great news that makes the name Liberia proud.


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