Senator Prince Johnson has many critics but his critics don't mention his ethnicity when they criticize him. Same thing can be said of Charles Taylor. But it is quite easy for people to beat the entire Mandingo ethnic group because of the action of one or some of its member. The current example is that of Mouna Farhat of ANC. In her post yesterday, which has come under strong criticism, she said, "The Mandingo people starting again o." Op-ed 

Mouna Fahart incendiary remarks about Mandingoes must be condemned

  By: Nvasekie Konneh Senator Prince Johnson has many critics but his critics don’t mention his ethnicity when they criticize him. Same thing can be said of Charles Taylor. But it is quite easy for people to beat the entire Mandingo ethnic group because of the action of one or some of its member. The current example is that of Mouna Farhat of ANC. In her post yesterday, which has come under strong criticism, she said, “The Mandingo people starting again o.” She went on to say in the same…

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This was a very meaningful conversation I had with my fellow Liberian writer, Eudora Aletta. So besides the political talks and photo ops, meeting Eudora who I have communicated with for years was one of the highlights of the convention for me. I hope to read and review her novel, The Wind of Change. Artists & Reviews 

Book Review: The Land of My Father’s Birth, by Nvasekie N. Konneh

    A Book Review by Theodore T. Hodge   The author’s primary purpose is to set the record straight about his nationality, and that of his father before him. That is too easy a case to make. He uses strong and impressive arguments from the outset by using general history and personal genealogy. To borrow a popular cliché of our times, it is a slam-dunk. Besides nationality, Konneh addresses the sub-themes of tribalism, religion, and patriotism. Commonly held beliefs among many Liberians include the false point of view that…

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