Weah: “What was damaged during the 14 years of civil war,” he said, “cannot be fixed in a day’s time. This government is focused on rehabilitating Liberians whose lives were damaged. I want you not to join those who are undermining the country through protests. Join me to rebuild the country.” As part of his development plans, President Weah said the government was exerting efforts to change the lives of Liberians, by building concrete homes in place of the huts they have been living in over so many decades. Op-ed 

Exposing the Tyranny of Mr. Weah and his Reckless and Ruthless Government Officials

    The Editor,   Under this Weah regime, Liberia is a country where the competent are downsized and the incompetent are employed, which means the worst and the least qualified are in charge while our best and most qualified are sidelined largely due to politics. And those who have been employed don’t understand the magnitude, prominence, and potency of the positions they serve.  They are very oblivious and zero in understanding and suffer from a high level of dyslexia, brain injury, and semi-literacy. It is only under Mr. Weah…

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  Hon. Albert Chie President Pro Tempore  Liberian Senate  54th National Legislature  Republic of Liberia    Accept our sentiments of profound greetings from the Liberian people under the able and capable leadership of the 31st Central Committee, Politburo, and General Congress concomitantly of the Revolutionary Vanguard Student Unification Party(SUP).  We, the Liberian people under the leadership of the Vanguard Student Unification Party assemble here today to bring to your attention what may definitely rob the Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR) of its status as an independent National Human…

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Coach Ansu Kieta: Accepts offer from Liberian FA to qualify Lone Stars for African Cup

  Release MONROVIA—-Reports say the Liberian FA has hired Coach Ansu Keita and has been awarded a two-year contract to coach Lone Stars with a monthly salary of US$5000. A communication dated December 29, supposedly from Ansumana Keita to chairman Ivan Brown reads: “I have agreed to the mandate and proposal of the overall US$6000, as salary including benefits without tax. Please note that the gasoline and scratch cards provided are for my daily routines. In the event I have to travel outside of the capital on official duties, the…

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samuel tweah Op-ed 

Min. Samuel Tweah Must Account for the $US 24.8million National Road Fund 

    By: Cde. Jusu Kamara  Liberia has been reduced to a den of thievery and mass looting. The current leadership which is a basinet of deplorable career mafias and social delinquents is not only bereft of ethics that guide public administration but also very awful to accountability. This is why they have run the country for the last five years like overlords presiding over their fiefdom. They have transformed the national treasury into a personal purse and they deplete it slavishly at will. They carry on these vicious acts…

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Student Unification Party (SUP) 52nd Anniversary Celebration Speech

 By, Cde. Mustapha N. Kanneh   President and Board Members of the University of Liberia; Members of ULFA; Members of ULSA Veterans here present and in extension; Student of the University of Liberia and Student-militants of the Revolutionary Vanguard Student Unification Party; First, we pay esteemed homage to Wuo Gappie Tappia, Wiwi Dabbah, Marcus Dolo, Tonia Richardson, Momolu Lavala, and all cadres of the Vanguard Student Unification Party and the Liberian Progressive intelligentsia who paid the supreme sacrifice with their lives in the national democratic revolution of this country. For…

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gongloe Public Policy 

Anti-Corruption Day’s Message to the Liberian People

By Tiawan Saye Gongloe December 11th, 2022, marks international anti-corruption day. We ask all Liberians to take a moment to reflect on what corruption has done to the people of Liberia. Corruption has made Liberia not to develop. Over the past 175 years, corruption has caused the violent removal of four presidents, three of whom were killed in the process. Corruption was the primary reason for the civil conflict that caused the death of over three hundred thousand Liberians. Under the Weah government, Liberia is moving backward due to high…

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Dr. Dunn /ROAPE Interviews 

Liberia’s Pan-Africanism: a reappraisal and interview with D. Elwood Dunn

Brooks Marmon introduces the work and life of D. Elwood Dunn. Dunn, a Liberian intellectual and former politician interviewed by Brooks, asserts Libera’s position in the pan-African, anti-colonial world in the 1970s. While Liberia was associated with moderate states in the 1960s, Dunn sees Liberia, under William R. Tolbert, as a progressive force helping to shape Africa’s post-colonial political trajectory. By Brooks Marmon A violent coup d’etat in April 1980 saw the implosion of 130 plus years of rule in Liberia by American-born black repatriates or their descendants.[1] President William R. Tolbert Jr.…

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LPP Capitol Hill Protest Dec. 14th, Party Says Lewis Brown has No Credibility

By Joseph Tumbey Monrovia, the Liberian People’s Party, [LPP] has announced  December  14th, 2022, as the Party’s activism day under the theme: “Mass People’s Action to Rescue the State” requesting the Weah-led administration to end hardship. The Chairperson of the Party  Mr. J. Yanqui Zayzay has also questioned the ability of the opposition CPP  and Alexander B. Cummings through, Mr. Lewis Brown to organize a protest or question anyone for Corruption or human rights violations in the country. Speaking with the media at their headquarters in Monrovia on Wednesday, December…

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Surprise Growth Makes South Africa’s Economy Bigger Than Before Pandemic Struck

  (Bloomberg) — South Africa’s economy is bigger than before the coronavirus pandemic struck, after growing faster than expected in the third quarter on increased farm output. Gross domestic product expanded 1.6% in the three months through September, compared with a contraction of 0.7% in the previous quarter, Statistics South Africa said Tuesday in a report released in the capital, Pretoria. The median of 12 economists’ estimates in a Bloomberg survey was for growth of 0.4%. The economy grew 4.1% from a year earlier. Full-year growth may also surprise on…

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melissa che News 


  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A Journalist residing in the United States of America recently guest lectured students of the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism-PQSJ in Monrovia. Journalist Melissa Chea-Annan a former Reporter and Editor of The Inquirer Newspaper will share her professional experiences and success story in journalism with aspiring Journalists dating as far back as the 90s. She spoke to students about the media’s role in society, striking a comparison between present-day journalism practice to that of her days in active media service in Liberia, among others. The Journalist…

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