Politics 

Liberia; John Morlu II’s 2017 Presidency is the only way to salvage Liberia

By Kadiatu Musa-Frantz Liberians are generally considered to be undecided people, especially when it comes to choosing who to be their elected national leaders. This is why the choice of the next Liberian president after Ellen Johnson–Sirleaf’s presidency is of more interest to most people, particularly foreign personalities, who have and continue to watch the unfolding situation in the country. As a young Liberian woman with intense interest in the future of my country, I tried by all means to get engaged with happenings back home from as far as…

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News 

Liberia Ruling Party Named Standard Bearer Without Convention

By Edwin Genoway MONROVIA—A few months ago, the ruling Unity Party was at crossroads with senior partisans defecting from the party with many claiming lack of consultations and other in-house wrangling for their decisions to leave the party. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, political leader of the party and standard bearer for two successive elections-2005 and 2011 and Unity Party Chairman, Cllr. Varney Sherman were at odds and Vice President Joseph Boakai told FrontPageAfrica in an exclusive interview that he worked overtime to get the sour relationship between the two party…

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Politics 

In Liberia corruption depends who benefits…

I cannot begin without firstly expressing how grateful I am to the Director of the Lux-In-Tenebris Honors Program and the Administration of the University for inviting me to serve as keynote speaker at this august occasion. I am informed that out of total student enrollment of above 30,000, only 77 students are enrolled into the UL Honor’s program. Before being admitted into the program, a student must have demonstrated academic excellence by earning a G.P.A of not less than 3.5 in addition to successfully passing through a rigorous admission process.…

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