Category Archives: Editorial

Our Urge To Economic Recovery!

WE HAVE NO IOTA of doubt that Liberia is on its way to genuine economic recovery following the successful end of a three day National Economic Dialogue in Monrovia.
THE DIALOGUE PROVIDED an initial opportunity and roadmap for the Liberian Government to take concrete steps aimed at addressing the economic crisis.
IT IS AN OVER STATEMENT to mention that the state of the Liberian economic has reached a crisis point which the prompted President George Manneh Weah to called for immediate dialogue aimed at finding solution to the economic woes. Read more

Uproot Them Mr. President! The People’s Regime Is Running Into Problem!

WE ARE HONESTLY CALLING on you, Mr. President, to be proactive and take radical decisions to redeem the image of the people’s regime which you are presiding over.
THE PEOPLE IN THEIR numbers demonstrated their power in 2017 when they ignored old time politicians’ plea for the presidency and elected you, considering that you are one of their kinds and hoping that you would not replicate the deals of the rejected old time politicians. Read more

Why Rekindle Hopes for New Investments in Liberia

CERTAINLY THERE ARE many reasons that are eclipsed to the ordinary Liberian, why this country should be considered a paradise for new investors in the years ahead.
THE FIRST ELEMENT of hope is the democratic transition of government that saw the ushering in of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) administration, from a Unity Party (UP) led administration.
IT IS AN INDICATION that democracy and the freedom to choose is at work and that Liberians can objectively decide on changing their government in contrast to those African countries where dictatorship remains the order of the day. Read more

Cancelling Tenure Positions- A Rationale To Fast-Track National Development

THE PRESIDENT, HIS EXCELLENCY Dr. George Manneh Weah has recently submitted a bill to the National; Legislature that seeks to cancel all tenure positions, that is appointments in government that are normally out of the civil service regulations but for a specified period of years.
CRITICS HAVE BEEN QUICK TO label the President’s action as a ploy to exercise control over appointments that are international in terms of signing contracts and which requires specific qualifications that go through tender process, with a view to stamp out political s and interferences in the rendering of professional services. Read more

THE NEED FOR PEACE IS UNCOMPROMISING

THERE IS NO DOUBT that after sixteen years of fratricidal civil crisis in which over 250,000 people lost their lives, infrastructures were destroyed, thousands were displaced internally or took refuge in other countries, it is obvious that every Liberian should strive to sustain the prevailing fragile peace.
LIBERIANS WHO ARE craving for confusion and violence should therefore have a second thought, and reflect on the damage that war has inflicted on this country that past leaders are still repairing since the intervention of the Accra Comprehensive Peace Agreement 15 years ago. Read more

Thanks Mr. President, For Powerful Decision

WHAT OFTEN RE-ECHOES in the minds of Liberians is President George Manneh Weah’s inauguration remark that he may not be good in making speeches but he will be making some of the best of decisions as President of Liberia.
THE DECISION MADE by President Weah to address the nation on the ongoing depreciation of the value of the Liberian dollar against the U.S dollar in the banking system and on the parallel market is long overdue. It came when many Liberians were almost tired of asking about when will President Weah speak on the exchange rate crisis that is in the Country? Read more

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