Author: Opinion Section

Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis isn’t about language, but economic deprivation

By Amindeh Blaise Atabong Yaoundé, Cameroon Note:  Culled from Quartz Africa The protracted crisis in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions, which has largely grounded schools and courts in the affected areas since November 2016, and threatened tip into full-scale conflict, seems to have no end in sight. In recent weeks, there have been deadly clashes between government forces and local protesters. Mass arrests in the Anglophone North West and South West regions have also been affected, leaving detention facilities overwhelmed with detainees. Government and activists have called for dialogue to resolve the crisis. But neither side has taken the required steps...

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Unmasking Ellen’s game plan for Weah’s Presidency–part I—A Rejoinder

By Sayma Syrenius Cephus Counselor-At-Law, Liberia I have been somewhat unable to understand what has been the source of parochialism in the psyche of most Liberians who preferred to be called “educated” but in truth are victims of their own limitations. Even in the practice of law, I am yet to see a Liberian  lawyer who has transcended the boundary of our country to practice anywhere in the world, until few years ago, when I made the ultimate sacrifice to market my name, competence  and professional qualification as a courtroom lawyer with a number of international bodies. Thank God...

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Unmasking Ellen’s game plan for Weah’s Presidency–part I

We are in trouble! This is factual and will leave you in utter dismay about Ellen and her tricks. Ellen’s support to George Weah and Jewel Taylor is not due to favor or love for the ticket but she feels, with them, her long-term agenda will be efficiently implemented. Now talks are well advanced between Ellen, Alexander Cummings, Jr. and other players for a possible second round support to George Weah. Cummings, based on his numbers, will be appointed as either Ambassador to the US or the UN and with the support of Ellen, Jeremiah Solunteh will ultimately contest...

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Strengthening Liberia’s Democracy: A Key to Ending Sub Regional Insecurity

Photo: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia By John D. Allendorf, MD, MBA The international community and regional African groups have made frantic efforts aimed at restoring total soundness, peace, and security in the Mano River basin. Internationally backed peacekeepers served in Liberia – the “Eye of the Storm”–  for years ensuring socio-economic development and reconstruction take roots. Millions of dollars and human lives have been wasted, and still being committed to these preventable devastations. Liberia, a part of the Mano River basin, has suffered the impact of endless bloody wars in the sub-region at varied levels. The international community...

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Liberia’s Democracy in Plummet: The Rogues VS the Riffraff

By Alfred P. B. Kiadii The gory clamoring of the elements of the rogue ruling Unity Party for a runoff and the disastrous trailing of the Party behind the riffraff Coalition for Democratic Change in the preliminary result announced by the criminal head of the National Elections Commission in Jerome Kokoyah is an indication of the fading and the sabbatical of hygiene in the government, and its gross insensitivity to address structural imbalances and solve social discards in the Republic. Since the release of the preliminary result of the presidential election, looking at the trend of the result, the...

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