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Archive for February, 2014

Mills Jones is not the problem: Repair the flawed Liberian political system

Mills Jones is not the problem: Repair the flawed Liberian political system

Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                Central Bank Governor J. Mills Jones, who is not known for his politics, sent shockwaves into the heart of Liberian politics when his aggressive act of doling out micro loans to businesses came under attack from some legislators who saw it as a way of influencing potential voters and preparing him for […]

Cristiano Ronaldo, a rising advertising icon

Cristiano Ronaldo, a rising advertising icon

By Clemente Ferrer         Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured) shows the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2013 , the award for best player in the world granted each year . It is the second time for the Portuguese, who had already won this award in 2008. In Facebook the player has left the following message , which has already […]

Abolish February 11 Holiday

Abolish February 11 Holiday

By Arthur B. Dennis, MPA, MSW                   On January 26, 1957, the National Legislature enacted a law marking February 11 each year a National Holiday, to honor President Arthur Barclay and citizens who dislodged Major Mckay Cadell’s Monrovia invasion on February 11, 1909.                   Major Cadell event that gave birth to February 11 holiday It […]

Mary Broh’s part of the problem

Mary Broh’s part of the problem

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh             Mary Broh is in the news again. The discredited Supreme Court of Liberia, not known historically for its neutrality and independence, ruled that the House of Representatives and the Ministry of Justice violated the rights of the acerbic former interim Monrovia City Mayor and presidential friend, Mary Broh, when those institutions […]

Proper institutional alignment: A case of Early Warning System for Disaster Management in Liberia

Proper institutional alignment: A case of Early Warning System for Disaster Management in Liberia

By Morris T. Koffa, Sr.              According to FrontPageAfricaonline (January 2014), an Early Warning System (EWS) project was officially launched in Liberia to provide climate information and services” to the nation’s vulnerable population. At a cost of almost $7 million, and for four years, the lead implementers of the EWS project are the Ministry of Transportation (MoT), […]