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B o o k   r e v i e w

B o o k r e v i e w

by ralph geeplay               This is not a book that was just published. It has been out for  about 5 years. But having just read it, decided would review, and why not? *Where The Road Turns* is a handsomely written book of poetry by the Liberian writer Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, deservedly praised by readers everywhere. Published […]

D. Twe High Campus Turned Into Public Latrine

D. Twe High Campus Turned Into Public Latrine

By R. Joyclyn Wea                        (The New Republic)             The campus of the D. Twe Memorial High School is said to be turned in the public toilet by residents there, thus subjecting students to unhealthy learning conditions. The school built in the 1970s during the regime of President William R. Tolbert and named in honor […]

Sen. Nagbe to Resign?

Sen. Nagbe to Resign?

By Jackson C. Clay, Jr.                   (The New Republic)   Report gathered by this paper revealed that Sinoe County Senator, Joseph Nagbe is seriously sick and is at the verge of resigning his post as Senator of the County. According to our source, Senator Nagbe who has been ill for over six months now is suffering […]

Liberia Vs. Djibouti -Sports (Football)

Liberia Vs. Djibouti -Sports (Football)

Liberian Listener Staff Report             Monrovia and the Antoinette Tubman Stadium comes alive this afternoon as Liberia meets Djibouti on the home soil. Nicknamed ‘Shore-men of the Red Sea,’ Djibouti is in Liberia to put up a dogfight and do some damage, and given the unpredictability of Lone Stars and their inconsistency, Djibouti might pulled […]

218 million children work as slaves worldwide. How long will it last?

218 million children work as slaves worldwide. How long will it last?

By Clemente Ferrer                        In Mexico, Pope Francis said: “God will call to account the slavers of our day, and we must do everything possible so that these situations do not occur more”. 218 million kids around the globe work as slaves. Half of them […]

Who killed Keith Jubah, Fayah Gbollie, Michael Allison and Harry A. Greaves?

Who killed Keith Jubah, Fayah Gbollie, Michael Allison and Harry A. Greaves?

By Frederick A.B. Jayweh, Esq.                         A) The Prescribed Law Particularly under the laws of Liberia, the Crime of Murder is a first degree felony and its punishment is death or life imprisonment. A defendant accused of Murder must be swiftly and independently investigated, indicted, […]

Zika virus: A re-emerging disease threat Liberia must take seriously

Zika virus: A re-emerging disease threat Liberia must take seriously

By Taiyee N. Quenneh, PhD              A mosquito-borne virus has re-emerged and is explosively spreading in the Americas (South America, North America, and the Caribbean). Brazil is the epicenter. There are few cases detected in the United States in people returning from the outbreak areas. Unlike the Ebola virus that […]

A Scientific Means for Islamic Military Alliance to Collaborate and Deploy

A Scientific Means for Islamic Military Alliance to Collaborate and Deploy

By David Leffler, Ph.D.               The state-run Saudi Press Agency has announced that 34 nations are forming a new “Islamic military alliance” to fight terrorism. But will this new alliance really be able to prevent future terrorist attacks and create lasting peace? There is no statistically validated guarantee that the military strategy of fighting violence […]

Revival of Islamic slave markets

Revival of Islamic slave markets

By Clemente Ferrer                “Spoils of War” is how the newspaper Dabiq, the English-language media in the Islamic State (IS), referred to the thousands of Yezidi women kept as sex slaves after invading Sinjar Mountain, Iraq. Far from seeing it as a perversion, the terrorist group points out that forced cohabitation is a […]

Never Should We Revisit Our Undesirable Electoral History: A Reflection For The Sustenance Of Our Nascent Democracy

Never Should We Revisit Our Undesirable Electoral History: A Reflection For The Sustenance Of Our Nascent Democracy

By Josiah F. Joekai, Jr.                   Governance is an important facet of human existence. Although it may vary in form from country to country, but it is an essential characteristic that countries have in common. It is through the governance process that authorities are able to exercise control and manage the state with the […]