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  • The Hurdles and Reality of Making National Decisions

    The Hurdles and Reality of Making National Decisions

    By Paul Jeebah Albert             In this essay, I attempt to explain an unscientific, hypothetical scenario – a scenario in which I make some striking parallels between the consequences of decision making on a micro-level (small group), to the consequences of decision making on a macro-level (larger group). On the […]

  • Liberia Rape Law In the Female-led Government: How Did Liberian Women Benefit?

    Liberia Rape Law In the Female-led Government: How Did Liberian Women Benefit?

    By P. Nimely-Sie Tuon              Within days, the presidency of Liberia’s first woman president will officially come to an end, and many are wondering and maybe anxiously waiting as to how observers, particularly historians, will rate the presidency of Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. As compared to her male counterparts, the Sirleaf presidency […]

  • Two Bad Apples

    Two Bad Apples

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh         Liberians are having a field day – at least in terms of the coming of the on-and-off run-off presidential election scheduled for the 26th of December, the day after Christmas. Whether the event schedulers are right or wrong for choosing this celebratory day after, when Liberians are still […]

  • Alex Cummings’ Electoral Fraud Public Posture Too Little, Too Late

    Alex Cummings’ Electoral Fraud Public Posture Too Little, Too Late

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh       Joseph N. Boakai and George Manneh Weah are heading for a November 8 runoff. This is not coming from me but from a watchful public, a public that is so tuned in to these Liberian elections that if it had been a paid pugilistic encounter, either one of the […]

  • Congratulations, Bishop William BGK Harris, On Your Ordination: Well Done!

    Congratulations, Bishop William BGK Harris, On Your Ordination: Well Done!

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh             We’ve had our publicized differences. But when it was about his recent ordination as Bishop of the International Christian Fellowship and his vision to preach the gospel to the world, I am with him.  As odd couples for decades traveling in our own stubborn lanes of […]

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  • The Impact of Oratory in National Crisis and Nation Building

    The Impact of Oratory in National Crisis and Nation Building

    By Paul Jeebah Albert        As the nation gradually approaches an historic inauguration when president-elect George Oppong Weah is sworn in as Liberia’s 25th president, I begin to reflect on the life of the late Dr. William R. Tolbert, and how he used the efficacy of his eloquence during the early days of his […]

    January 14, 2018 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Liberia at a Political Crossroad: The Making of President George Weah

    Liberia at a Political Crossroad: The Making of President George Weah

    By Samuel Barbay Gaye, Jr.        With minor hiccups, Liberia has successfully completed three Presidential election cycles- something we haven’t seen in our lifetime until now. Despite the odds, Liberia is proving to the world that western democracy can find a home and flourish in sub Saharan Africa.   Firstly, we would like […]

    January 12, 2018 | 0 comments | View Post

  • What Was Meant for Evil, God Uses for Good

    What Was Meant for Evil, God Uses for Good

    By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor            President-elect George Manneh Weah, please accept my warmest congratulations on your victory as the 25th President of the Republic of Liberia, and best wishes for your success as you undertake the responsibilities and challenges of our highest office. This victory is also the triumph of the […]

    January 7, 2018 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The Election of George Weah is a Rebuke of Kleptocracy, and an Embrace of Transformative Social Change

    The Election of George Weah is a Rebuke of Kleptocracy, and an Embrace of Transformative Social Change

    By Francis Nyepon         Liberia’s post-conflict democratic governance period left the people of Liberia deprived, desperate and destitute. Liberians believe that the vast resources of the country was squandered, plundered and pillaged. As a result, they rose up during the election to hold Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and the Unity Party accountable, and […]

    January 7, 2018 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Reasoning Together to Move beyond Our Physical And Psychological Injuries - From My Archives

    Reasoning Together to Move beyond Our Physical And Psychological Injuries – From My Archives

     FROM MY ARCHIVES – 2002   By Siahyonkron Jglay Kpa-kay Nyanseor               This article was written May 9, 2002 as a testimony to what God is able to do for you, if ONLY; you put your TRUST in Him. You are now invited to follow me on the journey […]

    December 8, 2017 | 0 comments | View Post