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.
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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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Bridging The Gap And Going Beyond Rhetoric To Protect Liberian Children

A Speech Delivered in observance of the Day of the African Child ELWA Compound, Montserrado County By Martin K. N.…

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The Tragedy of Liberian Media

An American Politician, Christopher Dodd once said, “When the public’s right to know is threatened, and when the rights of…

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Governance

Open Letter To President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

June 14, 2017 Her Excellency Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf President and CIC Republic of Liberia   Ref: Reclaiming Our Economy by Domestically…

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Governance

Telescoping The Big Six From The Top of Ducor

 In a period of 12 months (FY2016-2017), Liberia is spending over US$10.2 million on just six (6) public offices, namely:…

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News

The Oppressed Must Rise Up Against State Mafias and Renowned Economic Vultures

Vanguard Student Unification Party (SUP) University Of Liberia, Capitol Hill –Monrovia Cell #s: 0880759340/0775744184/0886134918/077578207 Press Release –        SUP Supports Liberian…

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