Martin Kollie

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.
Economy-Liberia

A Republic in Crisis – the Paralysis of a Failing Economy Under a Sophist of an Economist

A Rebuttal To Finance Minister Samuel D. Tweah by Martin K. N. Kollie The free flow of traffic on Carey Street was obstructed…

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The Real Debate Ahead of 2023 Electoral Reform

The real debate ahead of 2023 is electoral reform  By Martin K. N. Kollie Exiled Liberian Activist  CDC Presumptive Standard Bearer,…

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Human Rights

Voices from Exile (VEx) stands in firm solidarity with protesting Liberian workers at NPA and frowns on APM Terminals for continuous Labor Abuse

Voices from Exile (VEx) stands in firm solidarity with protesting Liberian workers at NPA and frowns on APM Terminals for…

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Episode 1: George Weah, Ousmane Bamba, the Europeans, Russians, and How the 2017 Elections were Rigged

The second Liberian Republic has had a lot of ups and downs. Between 1980 and 2017, no presidential candidate has…

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Opinion-Liberia

President Weah’s SONA Crumbles in Deceit, Empty Promises, and False Hope

Proponents of social justice and academic freedom, militant campaigners of popular power and genuine democracy,  sons and daughters of the…

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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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Opinion

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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