To my dear small brother, Patrick Honnah, we extend solidarity and admonish you to remain standing and soldering on. We are standing with you and we are standing together. God is still on his throne and he is a Man of Justice. He will grant you Justice before the eyes of our very oppressors and the nation shall rejoice. Public Policy 

How can we stand together, when George Weah continues to witchhunt the media?

  By Robert Moncio Kpadeh   How can we “stand together” when you are viciously witch-hunting us and could possibly subvert us if fate presented you the opportunity? How can we “stand together” when you are sadistically pursuing Patrick Honnah tooth and nail and hell-bent on not to grant his Punch F.M. operational rights or clearance despite the fact that the station has met all legal requirements? How can we “stand together” when you and your bunch are breathing fresh air but gruesomely kneeling on our neck and suffocating us…

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Nvasekie N. Konneh is a writer, and nine year veteran of the United States Navy.  He is the author of two books of poetry, Going To War for America, The Love of Liberty Brought Us Together and The Land of My Father’s Birth, memoir of the Liberian civil wars. Nvasekie Konneh can be reached at 267 826 3952 or through email @ Artists & Reviews 

 If Saclepea Could Speak: book excerpt, —from “The Land of My Father’s Birth”

“Until my recent visit, my last time of visiting Saclepea, my birthplace, was November 1989, just a month before the war started. As the rumor became a reality, my folks fled the town, with some coming to Monrovia and others going to Guinea and Ivory Coast. Most of them left, thinking that things would be over soon and they would return home. Since then, many have not made it back. Some like my father, Ngoamilleh Konneh, died longing for the home they couldn’t go back to. Some went back to…

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