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Archive for January, 2017

Pleading with Togba-Nah Tipoteh Not to Run for President in 2017, and Beyond

Pleading with Togba-Nah Tipoteh Not to Run for President in 2017, and Beyond

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                    Togba-Nah Tipoteh is a national treasure. In a country where it is difficult to find a person of stature, substance and convictions who truly stands for something, Togba-Nah Tipoteh is a rare breed. With unquestionable intellectual heft to back it up, he has proven to be one of a kind worthy of our […]

The Day the Lights Really Went Out in Liberia

The Day the Lights Really Went Out in Liberia

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh   The Liberian people are used to being in the darkness.      It doesn’t matter whether it is in their country or their homes where some have been without lights for years, or when their government and elected officials intentionally lie to them to keep them in the darkness, they are used to living […]

Sirleaf administration needs to act fast to educate citizens about carbon monoxide poisoning, or regulate portable generators

Sirleaf administration needs to act fast to educate citizens about carbon monoxide poisoning, or regulate portable generators

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh         In 2012, my colleague Taiyee N. Quenneh (PhD), writing in The Liberian Dialogue, drew our collective attention to the unfortunate deaths of two friends, Tupee Myers and Alpha Ashong to carbon monoxide poisoning. The two friends who had their eyes set on attending AME University at the time of their unfortunate passing, actually died […]

Ministry of Health must play a pro-active role in preventing carbonmonoxide deaths

Ministry of Health must play a pro-active role in preventing carbonmonoxide deaths

REPRINT (07-14-2012)   By Taiyee N. Quenneh         Tupee Myers and Alpha Ashong were best friends. They were inseparable in every meaning of the word. They attended church together and did the normal things you would expect from young adults just graduating from high school. The promise of attending AME University was lost on a […]

Face to Face with the Consequences of Careless Provocation

Face to Face with the Consequences of Careless Provocation

By Francis Nyepon          The Ellen Johnson Sirleaf administration is setting the stage for civil disobedience in Liberia. And if the administration is not careful, the economic, social and political issues facing Liberia will again reached a boiling point, which could become a matter of life or death for many innocent people. During the last […]