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Only in Liberia: A Legislator Wants to Run for Office to Become a Legislator

“You do not support politicians during elections if the only aim of the politician is to seek a higher salary…

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In the News

Hiding a Wolf Among Sheep: The Pitfall in the Exxon Mobil–NOCAL’s Inquiry

SPECIAL EDITORIAL By Jones Nhinson Williams Majority of Liberians, especially the vulnerable segment of the population that has been drained…

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News

Weah’s Vision for a road network excellent, but why is the IMF concern

Bad road conditions in southeastern Liberia and throughout Liberia have caused havoc for motorists, passengers, and students who no longer…

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Health

Heart Disease and Men

Heart disease is a term that includes several more specific heart conditions. The most common heart disease in the US…

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Governance

When the dust settles, President Weah will deliver for Liberia

Liberia’s president George M. Weah leads a national cleanup campaign When citizens evaluate a president’s character, they tend to view…

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In the News

How can Africa succeed when even the Ibrahim Prize has become a joke?

SPECIAL EDITORIAL Mo Ibrahim is a noteworthy African––someone who is well-regarded throughout the African continent as an exemplary role model…

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In the News

Liberian legislature must desist from unwarranted witch-hunt!

Liberia’s Legislative Building in the capital, Monrovia President-elect George Manneh Weah has not even taken his oath of office, yet…

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News

Globe Afrique’s Inspiring African Series: Cephus and Chede

Globe Afrique’s Inspiring African Series presents profiles and achievements of Africans or people of African heritage on a weekly basis. …

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Liberia: Last-minute rush should not be a punishment for more evil

If what is being said privately is true, that Liberia’s outgoing president, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is calling the national…

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Liberia’s politics of uncertainty: Another of Sirleaf’s made conflict

Conflict and chaos, instead of governance, are the words on everyone’s lips these days in and outside of Liberia, and…

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