Alfred P.B. Kiadii

Alfred P. B. Kiadii is a student of the University of Liberia, who studies Political Science with an emphasis in Public Administration. He is a social and political critic, and the secretary general of the Movement for Social Democratic Alternative (MOSODA). He can be contacted on Cell#: +233552176627. Alternatively, he can be reached at bokaidii@gmail.com.
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Go Get More Loans: A Command with Grave Consequences

Infrastructure deficit in Liberia is one of the major constraints on economic growth and development. It is obvious that national…

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Combating Illusion in Liberia: Why the CDC-led Government Might Not Cross 3 years

 The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) partisans during the presidential campaign By Alfred P. B. Kiadii An illusion is a…

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Liberia: A Clarion Call to the Citizens of Cape Mount to Redeem the County

By Alfred P.B. Kiadii Cape Mount will be written off, as the result of the elevation of slavish flunkies and…

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‘Change for Hope’ or Change for Crooks?

By Alfred P. B. Kiadii The George M. Weah Government has shown early signs of the paralysis of political patronage…

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Mayor Koijee Dresses like a Wall Street Plunderer, as Monrovia City Government Implodes in Disarray

Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson T. Koijee By Alfred P.B. Kiadii Against all standards of merit but in conformity with the…

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The Weah-led Regime Shows Early Signs of Clampdown Due to the Lack of Policy Direction

‘My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.’ Without knowledge ignorance reigns When political power is given to tabulae rasae and political…

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Smoking Gun: Why Former president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Traveled to Beirut After her Tenure

Former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The first African elected woman president who left her country broke by empowering Lebanese…

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Liberia Is Dying

Subtle whining is being echoed by the people in certain quarters of Monrovia regarding the lip service of the “pro-poor”…

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Opinion

An Open Letter to President Weah on the Re-appointment of Elias Shoniyin

Re-appointed Deputy Foreign Minister Elias Shoniyin By Alfred P. B. Kiadii Dear President Weah: At your inaugural program on 22nd…

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Opinion

Liberia Bleeds in a Wailing Odyssey

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (here in photo) is accused of running a systemically corrupt regime that rewards and enriches…

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