Op-ed Politics 

Rflection: The Day Liberian President William V.S.Tubman Died

By Doris D. Grimes (Mrs. J. (Joseph) Rudolph Grimes, It is amazing that after all these years, I get calls from Liberians in the U.S.A. and elsewhere, and foreigners worldwide asking me what happened this or that time. One interest to most of them seems to be what happed when my husband “received a radiogram from officials to say that W V S Tubman had died.” My husband died and was buried on September 22nd 2007, and he never received a radiogram from anyone (official) with President Tubman to say…

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Artists & Reviews 

Liberian Legislature: GREEDY PENSION BILL Deserves Presidential Veto

WHEN LAWMAKERS elected by the people of Liberia continue to use and abuse their powers through submission and passages of insensitive and outrageous legislations to better their own lives at the expense of those who elected them, the presidency must do what is right as the last hope for those languishing at the bottom of the economic ladder. THIS IS WHY we welcome reports emanating out of the Executive Mansion that President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is contemplating vetoing the controversial pension bill which has been languishing on her desk for several…

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Ronaldinho Wleh and Forkey Doe Lead Stars for Tunisian Clash

Staff Report Liberian Lone Stars Coach Salinsa Debbah is expected to name 22 players to face Cartage Eagles of Tunisia in the ongoing Afcons qualifier for 2017. The President of the Liberia Football Association (LFA), Musa Bility said yesterday. The match is scheduled for September 5, 2015. According to FA President Bility, the coach informed him that besides the goalies, the squad will be comprised of foreign based players for the crucial encounter against Tunisia. Reports say, Malaysian based striker, Francis Forkey Doe, who plays in the Malaysia Premiership with…

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