Siahyonkron Jglay-Kay Nyanseor

Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor is an Eminent Person of the ULAA Council of Eminent Persons (UCEP), Inc. He is the historian of ULAA; one of its founding members and the 11th President (1986-1988) of the organization. Elder Nyanseor is an ordained Minister of the Gospel. Also, he is a poet, Griot, journalist, a cultural, social and political activist. He can be reached at: siah1947@gmail.com
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Beware of Praise Singers and Flatteries: And Abstain from KoKo and MeSee Practice

By Elder Siahyonkron J. K. Nyanseor, Sr. Praising and flattering elected and appointed leaders are nothing new to the political…

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Liberia First: Friendship or Justice, Who’s Side are You On

By Elder Siahyonkron J. K. Nyanseor, Sr. Jonesboro, Georgia In the 1970s, I, Siahyonkron J. K. Nyanseor aka Sam Anthony…

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The Lawyer in Us: Liberians Answer Question with Questions

Liberia, downtown Monrovia where people answer questions with questions By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor Jonesboro, Georgia The history of Liberia is…

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John at the Bureau of Revenue refused to be promoted

By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor A visit from my 2005 ARCHIVES Jonesboro, Georgia  Dr. Philip Emeagwali, the supercomputer and Internet pioneer,…

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Presidents of Liberia and their places of birth

Liberia is a country in West Africa which was founded, established, colonized, and controlled by citizens of the United States…

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Reasoning Together to Move beyond Our Physical

This article was written as testimony to what God can do for you, if ONLY; you put your TRUST in…

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Liberians Uniting And Becoming One People

Monrovia, Liberia – more than 14 years after Taylor’s removal TO:                 D. Elwood Dunn FROM:          Siahyonkron Nyanseor SUBJ.:            Liberians…

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Liberia: A Country at the Crossroads 2012

Monrovia, the Liberian capital After a quarter-century of instability and war, capped by the dramatic forced resignation and exile in…

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Tarty Teh’s exchanges with Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Tarty Teh’s Letter to Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf March 18, 1991 Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf 6056 Estate Drive Alexandria, VA…

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Are People of African Origin Conscious of Time: True or False?

There is this notion or belief that people of African origin are not conscious of time. Two cultural reasons are…

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