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Combating Illusion In Liberia: Why The CDC-led Government Might Not Cross 3 Years

Combating Illusion In Liberia: Why The CDC-led Government Might Not Cross 3 Years

  By Alfred P. B. Kiadii Illusion is the virus which has always consumed elements of the bankrupt ruling class, believing that their social economic formula and reign are the last words on history, but time and events have falsified such lousy claim. In stances where they articulated that viewpoint, the rising tide of insoluble contradictions […]

Smoking Gun: How Elfreda Tamba Has Ripped-Off The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Part II

  By Leon M. Talery My fellow comrades and cadres, while it may seem that I am not competent to judge the sociological, economic and financial competence of the LRA on variety of issues, my prose will justify some facts about the abrasive and worsening conditions of employees’ management as well as financial and revenue […]

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Which Dokubo Runs the Amnesty Office?? Hilda or Charles – Asks Berepubo

    The removal of the former Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta Affairs and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brigadier General Paul Boroh, did not come as a surprise to many, as his administration was clouded with various allegations and complaints.   “The appointment of Prof Charles Quaker Dokubo, was supposed […]

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Liberia: The People’s Side Of April 14, 1979 Will Never Be Buried In Obscurity

By Moses Uneh Yahmia In life, as in history, it has been proven that there can be no objectivity in the rendering of historical verdicts. Historians analyze historical accounts based on their own class interest. For example, American bourgeois historians will never heroically record the role of Brother George Lester Jackson of the Soledad Brothers, […]

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Nigeria: Re – There’s Total Infrastructure Collapse In Gombe

  By: Abubakar Nasiru Gombe It’s always expected that, whenever elections approaches, desperate politicians surface with different foxy and crafty activities designed to either bamboozled their gullible supporters or achieve simple and cheap publicity to fake relevance within a particular political environment. It’s on this note that, with the 2019 general elections getting much nearer, […]

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Why Gov Al-makura Should Contest For Nasarawa South Senatorial Seat

  By Ali Abare Leadership from time immemorial has been a complex issue to define. Experts in the field of leadership studies propagate various concepts from the traditional definition of leadership to new genre leadership theories among others to try to comprehend why certain individuals are able to influence their followers, individuals, communities, etc towards achieving mutually […]

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Move Forward

By Gabriel Agbo   “WHEN we were at Mount Sinai, the LORD our God said to us, ‘You have stayed at this mountain long enough. It is time to break camp and move on… I am giving all this land to you! Go in and occupy it, for it is the land the LORD swore […]

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Liberia: A Clarion Call To The Citizens Of Cape Mount To Redeem The County

    By Alfred P.B. Kiadii Cape Mount will be written off, as the result of the elevation of slavish flunkies and parasitic imbeciles, who are poised to serve as the new leaders of the county. Such asymmetrical power structure will eventually lead the county down the slope of decadence, leaving the people to wallow […]

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