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Speaking on peace and security, Professor Alaric Tokpa emphasized that the New Vision for Liberia “is that clear Vision which promotes the rule of law, respect for the constitution, promotes unity and cultural diversity, peace, harmony, and security in all sectors of society,” adding that “freedom of speech, academic freedom, youth advancement and women’s rights were important to the New Vision for Liberia in a New Liberia.” Alaric Tokpa is an iconic fighter for social economic justice and democracy in Liberia. In the1980s, Mr. Tokpa was arrested and imprisoned by Sgt. Samuel Doe’s military junta, tried by a military tribunal and sentenced to death by firing squad, but later released on clemency. Op-ed 

Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan Presents New Vision to Rescue Liberia

    Dubai, UAE – As Liberia and other African countries fall into leadership crisis and a daunting economic future, three prominent Liberian social political activists participated in a forum and presented a perspective on Liberia’s future. The forum saw a major PowerPoint presentation by Liberia’s award-winning scientist and social activist, Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan, who presented what he termed as the “New Vision Liberia” and the urgent patriotic call to “Rescue Liberia,” a press statement from Dr. Nyan’s institution, Liberia is the oldest republic in Africa that gained its…

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Liberia: New Vision Newspaper Turns 12

Monrovia—-The Management of the NEW VISION Newspaper has reiterated its commitment and founding objectives to remain unbiased, and balanced in the exercise of its reportage duties to serve the greater Liberian society and the world at large with diligence and commitment. The paper which was founded during the heat of the Liberian civil war and founded by longtime journalist Josephus Moses Gray has since brought a Paradigm to the print media in Liberia: Mr. Gray, the former Publisher and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the NEW VISION, served as the…

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Monrovia NEW VISION Newspaper Business Manager Dismissed for Corrupt Practices

PRESS RELEASE Monrovia—The Management of the NEW VISION Newspaper has instituted major and stringent changes and reforms at the institution to enhance accountability, productivity and efficiency and moreover credibility in line with its objectives to serve prudently the larger Liberian society. In a release issued in Monrovia, the Management of the NEW VISION Newspaper has reiterated that as a part of a segment of the society and a strong critic of corruption and other ills of society, it wouldn’t conduct any of its staff member(s) to engage in any unscrupulous…

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