Martin Kollie

Martin K. N. Kollie is a youth and student activist who hails from Bong County. He currently studies Economics at the University of Liberia. He is the President of the Economics Student Association and a stalwart of the Student Unification Party (SUP). He can be reached via: martinkerkula1989@yahoo.com.
Corruption

From Country Giant to Country Ginna

The total votes tallied accounted for 98.1 percent according to a provisional announcement by NEC on December 28, 2017. It…

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Travel Bonanza in Weah-led Government: The Emergence of a New Cartel in Liberia – A Camarilla of ‘Pro-Poor’ Mafias

Across the landscape of Africa’s oldest independent nation and the World’s fourth most impoverished country, it appears like a new…

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An Unmerited Accolade: Arsene Wenger and Claude Marie LeRoy Do Not Deserve Liberia’s Highest Honor

Even France could not give both Arsene Wenger and Claude LeRoy its least honor for their contribution to football in…

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Crime and Justice

Rising Impunity and Injustice in Liberia: Shielding Rape & Sheltering Rapists

 A Letter to the United Nations Women August 9, 2018 Ms. Marie Goreth Nizigama Country Director UN Women H and…

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The Red Rooster from Ducor – Series 2

In this second edition of our series “The Red Rooster from Ducor”, we are spotlighting: 1.      Foreign Missions and Embassies…

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Primary Education: The Wisest Investment for Government, Partners and Parents

Liberian school kids seen here, need to develop reading skills A speech delivered at the Graduation Ceremony of the Belenie…

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Business

Liberia: Lebanese Businessman Abi Jaoudi’s Gold Mine with Aunty Jennnie Bernard presiding as ‘de facto’ Prime Minister – Part 1

    President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s Sister and Liberia’s De-facto Prime Minister, Jennnie Bernard (right) When voters cast their ballots for political predators…

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Business

The Crucifixion of Liberianization: Why Give a Whopping 30-Year Tax Break to a Lebanese-owned Hotel?

The Lebanese-owned Farmington Hotel that is set to get 30 years tax break in Liberia In a bid to be…

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Open Letter to Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai

July 4, 2017   His Excellency Joseph Nyumah Boakai Vice President and President of Liberian Senate The Republic of Liberia…

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The Last Thing Liberian Lawmakers Must Do – The Masses Are Watching Ahead of 2017 Election

Why give a 30-year tax holiday or tax break to a Lebanese hotel – The Farmington Hotel owned by Lebanese…

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