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No later did it turn out to be set up for journalists who were now trapped and prevented from leaving the yard or the party headquarters. They were mercilessly flogged, on instructions from some party officials, who instructed that both local and international journalists be flogged and while in the process, their electronic equipments were destroyed. Op-ed 

Controversial Singaporean Loan

    The Editor If the Singapore loan agreement is so good for our country, why not publish it?? Here’s why they won’t: It’s because President Weah wants the Liberian people to buy pig in a bag!  (Re “Senator Sando Johnson Weighs In On Controversial Singapore Loan”) But our common sense tells us that before you buy anything, you must inspect it FIRST! So we need to look at the terms and conditions of the Singapore Loan before signing on the dotted line. Why? Because private investors seldom use their…

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The key findings by the report indicated that the actual interest cost to the government over the duration of the loan is estimated at US$62,651,520 or 12% of the loan. This excludes other charges and default penalties that may accrue. Total repayment is estimated at US$599,051,520. Business News 

536.4M Loan Could Have Serious Consequences for Liberia’ -CePAR

    The ETON Finance PTE Limited-Government of Liberia Loan Agreement worth US$ 536.4 million and currently before the Legislature for ratification may have serious financial repercussions if the Legislature approved the deal, a 21-page document issued by the Center for Policy Action and Research (CePAR) said in a release yesterday. The analysis was done by CePAR’s Stephen R. Johnson (lead), Francis Kiazolu, Alieu F. Nyei and M. Boakai Jaleiba, Jr. The release said they analyzed both the loan agreement and the company’s capacity to provide the service to the…

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Op-ed 

Be a True “Country Champion” President Weah

    Press Release Monrovia, Liberia—- The Emancipation Movement of Liberia Inc. (EMOL) writes to retell President George M. Weah to be a true “Country Champion” by creating Equal Fighting Chance Opportunity (EFCO) for all Liberian children through an act of Legislation EMOL said this because registered voters in 14 of the 15 counties voted for him overwhelmingly over former Vice President Joseph N. Boakai to end the old political culture, which allows the presidency to run the country as a patronage political network. EMOL is a non-profit and non-partisan…

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Op-ed 

George Weah’s Vice-Presidential: “Samson and Delilah Death Trap!”

  I had a terrible dream this morning, the likes of which I have never seen or had. In my dream I saw several Liberian Patriarchs and Matriarchs that were troubled by George Weah’s Vice-Presidential pick. They expressed serious concern and stated that his move, despite his popularity with the ordinary people and youth of Liberia, was a “recipe for renewed war in Liberia.” They termed it as a “Samson and Delilah death trap” that will indulge Liberians in a chaotic atmosphere that may once again destabilize the West African…

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Politics 

2014 Race: Can Weah the Kingmaker Make Himself Monsterrad​o County Next Senator?”

Mr. Editor, Please publish this open letter to the President Pro Temp of the Liberian Senate: Gbehzohngar Findley Liberian Senate Monrovia, Liberia Mr. President Pro Temp: I found out that in the last fiscal year (2012/2013), you and your colleagues appropriated US$5 million for “peace and reconciliation”, and this fiscal year (2013/2014), you guys budgeted another US$2 million for “peace and reconciliation”!  But the Reconciliation Commission have yet to give us any indication how the US$5 million was spent!  Is that how you do business with the people’s money? When will…

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