http://www.liberianlistener.com/2019/11/01/ellen-sirleaf-legacy-of-corruption-and-misrule/ Op-ed 

Ellen Sirleaf legacy of corruption and misrule

By Jones Nhinson Williams No administration in the history of Liberia has received so much support from the international community and goodwill from its citizens than President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s Unity Party-led government. Equally, no administration in the history of Liberia has caused so much short and long term damage to the future of Liberia and the mind-set of the Liberian people than the Sirleaf-Unity Party-led government. The damage in the short term is that our nation has become a dishonest, greedy, unpatriotic and distrustful society where lies, crime and deceit…

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Paye-Layleh’s calls for clarity from the Liberian leader stems from an open accusation made by the President on Thursday, March 23, during a press stakeout with visiting Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Ms. Amina J. Mohammed. News 

BBC Reporter complains of hate messages From Pres. Weah official Sam Sanyon

  Press Release   Monrovia – The BBC Liberia correspondent, Jonathan Paye-Layleh, says National Security Agency’s deputy director Sam Sanyon and his radio station, Freedom FM,  have launched a direct character assassination campaign against him and the journalist is,  therefore,  asking President George Weah to investigate the matter. In a communication to the president, Journalist Paye-Layleh complained that without any regard for his personal safety and reputation, Freedom FM conducted more than two hours of discussion on him on October 23rd, inciting and soliciting hate messages from their community of…

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