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  • Robert Sirleaf’s frivolous and self-serving ‘lawsuit’

    Robert Sirleaf’s frivolous and self-serving ‘lawsuit’

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                          Presidential son Robert Allen Sirleaf never had the Ebola virus, and doesn’t even know how it feels to have the disease in the Liberian society, and eventually be killed by it. The privileged Sirleaf doesn’t understand suffering, especially when you are a Liberian who has to live day in and day […]

  • Liberia's Supreme Court suspends election campaign over Ebola

    Liberia’s Supreme Court suspends election campaign over Ebola

              MONROVIA (Reuters) – Liberia’s Supreme Court suspended campaigning for next month’s senate election on Friday while it considers a petition warning that electioneering risks spreading the Ebola outbreak, the information minister said. A group including some former government officials and political party representatives filed the petition earlier this week for […]

  • Lessons learned from Ebola

    Lessons learned from Ebola

    By Morris T. Koffa   A post-Ebola agenda is a bit premature. However, I am mindful of the adage: “In times of war, prepare for peace.” It is a sobering reminder that serves as a platform for the discussion of the critical issues and the challenges that confronts us during the entire Ebola outbreak. Early […]

  • Evaluating the international response to Ebola in Liberia

    Evaluating the international response to Ebola in Liberia

    By Cecil Frankweah Frank                                        Eventhough news of the first Ebola case surfaced in Meliandou, Gueckdou Perfecture in Guinea in late December 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO), which is the lead U.N. agency on international health matters, first published formal notification of Ebola’s outbreak on March 23, 2014.   This was just […]

  • How US Puppet Ellen Sirleaf of Liberia Is Helping Ebola Epidemic Destroy Africa

    How US Puppet Ellen Sirleaf of Liberia Is Helping Ebola Epidemic Destroy Africa

    By  Peregrino Brimah       In the current Ebola epidemic, Liberia happens to be the hardest hit West African nation. The leader of the nation is a Harvard-educated long-time member of the western corporate establishment, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf who became president in 2005 after a Nigerian-led ECOWAS mission put an end to a spate […]

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  • Statement by Montserrado County Senatorial Candidate Robert Allen Sirleaf

    Statement by Montserrado County Senatorial Candidate Robert Allen Sirleaf

    Friday, December 5, 2014                                            My Fellow Liberians: Today, the Robert A. Sirleaf Campaign for Senator of Montserrado County has directed its lawyers to file a suit against the Government of Liberia. On behalf of the people of Monrovia, and in our own name, we have represented to the courts that Executive Order No. 65 is […]

    December 6, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Robert Sirleaf sues Liberian Government for Executive Order 65

    Robert Sirleaf sues Liberian Government for Executive Order 65

    By Jay Nagbe Sloh                           Monrovia, 12/07/14 (LINA) – Montserrado County senatorial candidate Robert Allen Sirleaf Friday sued the Liberian Government for the issuance of Executive Order 65, prohibiting political rallies throughout Monrovia in the wake of the Ebola crisis. The state-owned Liberia News Agency, quoting a special statement Mr. Sirleaf issued in Monrovia late […]

    December 6, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Sinoe Citizens for Accountability & Equal Representation

    Sinoe Citizens for Accountability & Equal Representation

    Borough of New Kru Town Monrovia, Liberia Cell: 0777228098/0886211580 December 4, 2014                                                                     The Committee on Internal Affairs & Governance The Honorable Liberian Senate C/O Honorable Armah Z. Jallah, Chairman Capitol Building, Capitol Hill Monrovia, Liberia Dear Honorable Gentlemen: We, your humble undersigned legitimate citizens of Sinoe County, present our compliments, and respectfully petition the Honorable […]

    December 8, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • A pastoral reflection on Ferguson & Michael Brown

    A pastoral reflection on Ferguson & Michael Brown

    By Rev. Dr. William B. G. K. Harris – Senior Pastor                          Lessons: Luke 4:18; Proverbs 14:34; Ezekiel 22:30 Text: 18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, […]

    December 2, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Social networks, with their high informativeness, open new avenues of advertising activity

    Social networks, with their high informativeness, open new avenues of advertising activity

    By  Clemente Ferrer            Advertising is one of the elements that have greater dynamism in our lives. We are always exposed to advertising but with continued progress and development of new technologies the world of advertising is changing.. Enrique Dans, Professor at IE Business School explains in his column in a spanish newspaper, under […]

    November 26, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Cremation vs. Interment: A case of environmental prudence in the face of Ebola

    Cremation vs. Interment: A case of environmental prudence in the face of Ebola

    By Morris T. Koffa, Sr., ABD                         There has been a contentious debate in Liberia and perhaps in Guinea and Sierra Leone, regarding the disposal of Ebola-infected corpses. The concerns have been about the preferred method of the traditional burial practice that takes place in most countries.   From an environmental perspective, however, research […]

    December 3, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Conversation about Liberian idioms: The way we did back then

    Conversation about Liberian idioms: The way we did back then

    By Siahyonkron Nyanseor                    Sometime ago, a young man who I will identify as Wreemongar and I engaged in a healthy conversation; one of those conversations where the person wants to know about the country his parents came from. Wreemongar was born in the United States to Liberian parents. He loves his name because […]

    December 3, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Rebranding our nation’s image from Ebola

    Rebranding our nation’s image from Ebola

    By Francis W. Nyepon                     Liberia has an international problem. Ebola has marred the image and identity of our country. The virus has shakened the country to its core. It has become a nuisance to our democratic governance process and remarkable GDP growth, which was trumpeted just a few short months ago, as one of the […]

    November 19, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post