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  • The Incredible Fall of H. Varney G. Sherman

    The Incredible Fall of H. Varney G. Sherman

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh           Senator H. Varney G. Sherman, Chairman of the ruling Unity Party has been an influential party insider, a heavyweight in the Liberian political sphere,  a top-notched lawyer for nearly his entire adult life and a presidential confidant. Sherman’s role as a presidential confidant won him the coveted slot in 2013 to be the national […]

  • Hopelessness vs. Joblessness: The Dilemma of Unification Day in Liberia

    Hopelessness vs. Joblessness: The Dilemma of Unification Day in Liberia

    By Martin K. N. Kollie                                               Since this year began, I have made it my business to conduct a practical assessment of the livelihood and well-being of our people in various communities across […]

  • Erosion - Is the Government Insensitive?

    Erosion – Is the Government Insensitive?

    By Philip N. Wesseh     (The Inquirer Newspaper) There have been incessant reports in the media about how erosion has been causing havoc in some parts of the country, especially Montserrado County. Noticeably some of the areas in Montserrado County that have been highly hit are New Kru Town and the densely populated Township of West […]

  • ‘Partnership Schools for Liberia,’ Like NOCAL, Is A Grand Scam

    ‘Partnership Schools for Liberia,’ Like NOCAL, Is A Grand Scam

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh            During my days as a student in Sinoe County or Monrovia decades ago in the Liberian school system, it is not uncommon to see struggling students go home to the village during school breaks to get supplies such as rice, palm oil or whatever they can get their hands on to […]

  • Book Review: Political Commentary and Reflections on Liberia

    Book Review: Political Commentary and Reflections on Liberia

    By Ralph Geeplay                Liberian political commentators are in abundance in this day and age, but few are writing books that Liberians must read. Telling the history of a troubled nation as it gravitates from one crisis to another is an important national milestone, and that is why Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh, the editor and publisher […]

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  • Youth Unemployment in Post-Conflict Liberia

    Youth Unemployment in Post-Conflict Liberia

    By Martin K. N. Kollie         Young people account for about 65% of Liberia’s 4.4 million population. This means that Liberia has a youthful population that is capable of serving either as a driving force of economic growth and   development   or   a   risky   channel   of   violence   and   insecurity.   Creating   employment, empowerment and educational […]

    May 26, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • B o o k   r e v i e w

    B o o k r e v i e w

    by ralph geeplay               This is not a book that was just published. It has been out for  about 5 years. But having just read it, decided would review, and why not? *Where The Road Turns* is a handsomely written book of poetry by the Liberian writer Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, deservedly praised by readers everywhere. Published […]

    May 9, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • D. Twe High Campus Turned Into Public Latrine

    D. Twe High Campus Turned Into Public Latrine

    By R. Joyclyn Wea                        (The New Republic)             The campus of the D. Twe Memorial High School is said to be turned in the public toilet by residents there, thus subjecting students to unhealthy learning conditions. The school built in the 1970s during the regime of President William R. Tolbert and named in honor […]

    April 18, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Fools do not know that “No Condition is Permanent

    Fools do not know that “No Condition is Permanent

    By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor                                                The foundation of democracy is safeguarding the freedoms of expression, movement, association, and assembly. After all, God gave us FREE WILL to think for ourselves, and the Ten […]

    May 17, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • A genuine Case to the 53rd National Legislature on behalf of 31,000 poor Liberian Students

    A genuine Case to the 53rd National Legislature on behalf of 31,000 poor Liberian Students

    By Martin K. N. Kollie                  Liberia at a Glance  For centuries now, it has been proven globally that education is an indispensable antidote to poverty, hardship and misery. The development of any nation is anchored to education, especially quality higher education. There is no asset that is more valuable than education – not even […]

    May 9, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Liberia's Health Care Needs Are Acute, And Yet A Syndicate At JFK Medical

    Liberia’s Health Care Needs Are Acute, And Yet A Syndicate At JFK Medical

    By Hawa Wesseh A big news story emerged last week in Monrovia, the nation’s capital, admist unfortunate revelations that the JFK Medical Memorial Center has fallen on hard times. JFK Memorial is the nation’s only referral, and also its biggest hospital! Not that the medical center is struggling for funds, but, everything being equal, the […]

    April 14, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Sie-A-Nyene Yuoh Vs. Levi Johnson: Another Example of Judicial/Official Abuse of Power in Liberia

    Sie-A-Nyene Yuoh Vs. Levi Johnson: Another Example of Judicial/Official Abuse of Power in Liberia

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh       Levi Johnson is not a household name. He is now, I guess, because I know a little about him from his terrible encounter with Ms. Sie-A-Nyene-Yuoh and his 15 minutes of fame. He’s the Liberian who was working as a security guard at Roberts International Airport earning an honest living when he […]

    April 7, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post