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For example, if Mr. McGill recommends that Mr. John S. Bestman, LBDI President, be the next Central Bank Governor, do you think President Weah will say no?? I don't think so. Op-ed 

LBDI Confirms McGill US$200,000 Mortgage Application

The Editor, Do you think LBDI would bend its lending practices if Nathaniel McGill were an average Joe? Please, an average Joe’s application would never see the light of day because he’s credit risk! (Re “LBDI President Confirms Nathaniel McGill’s US$200k Mortgage Application”) Even though Nat. McGill is a credit risk, he’s NO average Joe.  He’s the Minister of State for Presidential Affairs.  And, as such, he has a lot of power and influence in presidential decisions. For example, if Mr. McGill recommends that Mr. John S. Bestman, LBDI President,…

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Op-ed 

A call to vote out incumbents in October

  The editor, In my opinion, in this October 10, 2017 general and presidential elections, the Liberian people should vote out all incumbents.   The reason is simple. To teach a lesson and to send a message that the power of authority belong and lie in the hands of the Liberian people. The Constitution allows you, the Liberian people to do exactly what I am suggesting. My opinion is not out of hatred or preference for anyone, or any particularly group for the reason that the circumstances under review in Liberia…

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Artists & Reviews Public Policy 

The editorial that landed a Liberian editor in trouble

This week the Chief of staff of the Liberian Army Gen. Daniel Gen. Ziankahn summoned perhaps Liberia’s best known and respected journalist to his office for correctly stating that personnel from the defence ministry and the army brass were late for the world peace keeping day festivities…memories immediately flashed back to Gen. Samuel Doe, military dictator of the so-called People Redemption Council [PRC] who led by military decrees during the 1980S as he rained hell on the Liberian people—infamous and notorious amongst his decrees was 88A, crafted by the brigade…

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Sports 

Liberian International Forkey Doe scores twice to rescue NS Matrix

Francis Doe pic: www.bharian.com. By T. Kla Wesley Jr. The good goal scoring form of Liberian international striker Francis Forkey Doe continues, as the forward was again on target twice on Friday evening, as he helped his club NS Matrix to a draw in the Malaysian Super League. Home side UiTM took the lead from the penalty spot in the 21st minutes through forward Bakary before doubling their lead seven minutes later when Malaysian forward Sadallah scored a superb volley. All efforts from Forkey Doe and NS Matrix to get…

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