Month: December 2015

THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE SHOULD BE BLAME FOR THE MESSY EDUCATION SYSTEM IN LIBERIA. WHY ARE THEY RELEGATING EDUCATION IN THE COUNTRY?

Let’s instigate with a fair evaluation of the Liberian education system and try to discover the glitches of development in the process. It is my wish that numerous voters in Liberia will force their lawmakers to provision increment in future budget allocations for education development. It is depressing to discern that out of a proposed Read More …

HOW TO EDUCATE LEADERS IN LIBERIA? WHO ARE THE LEADERS?

Like many of you, I am trying to contribute towards a revitalization in Liberia. The question of transformation in Liberia really is a question of leadership. Liberia can only be transformed by enlightened leaders. And it is my contention that the manner in which we educate our leaders is fundamental to progress in the country.  Now what does this have to do Read More …

AFRAID THAT LIBERIA’S ELECTION IN 2017 MIGHT END UP IN THE SUPREME COURT IF THEY FAIL TO ADDRESS ARTICLE 28 OF THEIR CONSTITUTION

    Over the past years, the draft of a dual citizenship bill was introduced in the National Legislature of Liberia under the sponsorship of Senators Sumo Kupee (Lofa County), Cletus Wotorson (Grand Kru County), Jewel Howard-Taylor (Bong County), and Abel Massaley (Grand Cape Mount County). What has been the outcome of this bill? Do you Read More …

OPPOSITION POLITICAL PARTIES OF LIBERIA AGREED TO PROMOTE FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND ACCEPT RESPONSIBLE CRITICISM.

Two days ago, we called on Opposition Political Parties of Liberia to admit criticisms and promote freedom of speech for all Liberian citizens.  We emphatically made it clear that Political Institutions should help construct the cerebral of citizens, and also keep the institution credible in performing their duties. We wish to inform the public that Read More …

WHERE THE LIBERIAN PROGRESSIVES MOVEMENT IS: DOES THE PHILOSOPHY OF PROGRESSIVELISM STILL EXIST?

December 3, 2015 As moral leaders, we wish to begin these discussions by recognizing our great leaders in the past that stood against injustices in Liberia, and their methodologies affects all of what we’re advocating today using social, print and electronic Medias. These Progressives were older folks who saw the needs, stood up and challenged Read More …