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Category: Q&A

Q&A with Environmental Activist/Engineer Morris T. Koffa, Executive Director, Africa Environmental Watch (AEW)

Q&A with Environmental Activist/Engineer Morris T. Koffa, Executive Director, Africa Environmental Watch (AEW)

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh        Q&A with Environmental Activist/Engineer Morris T. Koffa, Executive Director, Africa Environmental Watch (AEW), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization established to respond to environmental distress in Liberia, and also to provide environmental expertise in Africa through educational awareness and behavioral change communication. Q. You have been an environmental advocate for […]

Q & A with restaurateur Wilhelmina "Mina" Bestman, owner, Mina's West African & Caribbean Cuisine, (5439 Memorial Dr), Stone Mountain, Georgia

Q & A with restaurateur Wilhelmina “Mina” Bestman, owner, Mina’s West African & Caribbean Cuisine, (5439 Memorial Dr), Stone Mountain, Georgia

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh   This week interview features restaurateur Wilhelmina “Mina” Bestman, owner of Mina’s West African & Caribbean Cuisine, who single handedly turned the once struggling Mina’s Place/Mina’s Kitchen into a thriving and all-inclusive place to dine with families and friends. So far, Mina’s West African & Caribbean Cuisine is believed to be the longest-serving […]

Q & A: Lovetta Gbeh Tugbeh, Interim Director, Coalition for Justice in Liberia (CJL)

Q & A: Lovetta Gbeh Tugbeh, Interim Director, Coalition for Justice in Liberia (CJL)

By Tewroh-Wehoe Sungbeh       This week’s Q & A features activist Lovetta Gbeh Tugbeh, Interim Director, Coalition for Justice in Liberia (CJL), a grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to prosecuting identifiable warlords of Liberia’s 14-year civil war. Ms. Tugbeh was kind enough to grant The Liberian Dialogue (www.theliberiandialogue.org) this interview. Q. Who’s Lovetta Gbeh Tugbeh? Can […]

11 questions with The Liberian Dialogue Editor, Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh

11 questions with The Liberian Dialogue Editor, Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh

By Ralph Geeplay (The Liberian Listener)     Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh is editor of The Liberian Dialogue, an Atlanta-based web publication that is establishing itself influentially as one of post-war Liberia’s sober media entities. Sungbeh’s ‘no holds barred’ approach to journalism and commentaries on developmental issues has established The Liberian Dialogue as a significant voice on major […]

Q & A: Economist Rufus Darkortey

Q & A: Economist Rufus Darkortey

 Economist Rufus Darkortey is President of the Liberia Economic Development Initiative (LEDI). Mr. Darkortey took time out of his busy schedule to discuss the focus and direction of his organization with Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh of The Liberian Dialogue.      Q. What is Liberia Economic Development Initiative?  A. Liberia Economic Development Initiative (LEDI) is a Cleveland, Ohio-based 501 […]

Q&A with Liberian-born Attorney A. Teage Jalloh

Q&A with Liberian-born Attorney A. Teage Jalloh

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh   Q & A with Liberian-born Attorney A. Teage Jalloh, on his historic role regarding a lawsuit he plans to file, or has already filed in the Liberian Supreme Court against the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf administration. Most Liberians believe the lawsuit is essentially about the government’s refusal to grant dual citizenship to Diaspora […]

Q & A with Liberian filmmaker Robert Sesay

Q & A with Liberian filmmaker Robert Sesay

By Ralph Geeplay   Robert Sesay is a Liberian film maker and writer. His recent film was screened in Philadelphia and did see a successful red carpet premiere in the Greater Philadelphia Area. He is also an author. His debut novel ‘Stolen’ is still a hot seller on Amazon.com. He is writing another novel “The Wild […]