Op-ed 

Say no to division – Say YES to unity

The Editor, This piece is in response to all those preaching division in our beloved country. The only way to develop democratically is to allow citizens to freely exercise the right to vote and have their voices heard on the ballots. Citizens should not be influenced by divisive politics. We sit and criticize the government, the president, the president’s cabinet, but yet most of us continue to preach hatred, this upcoming election is one of the most important decisions Liberians will make to move their country forward. Eugene L. Fahngon…

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News 

Ellen endorses Joseph Boakai to protect her friends from being prosecuted

Staff Report The Liberian Leader, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has publicly given her blessing and support to her Vice President, Joseph N. Boakai, describing him as “The most experienced person” to lead the country. Speaking recently President Sirleaf said, “I know that he is the more prepared, the most experienced, the one that will ensure continuity building upon the progress that we already have.” Observers say under Sirleaf, official corruption has gone amok, and by endorsing her vice president she ultimately wants to protect her friends, who have been indicted…

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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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