Category Archives: Politics

Weah’s Patience Running Out

-Issues Presidential Ultimatum To Former Officials
Perhaps, those who think that President George Manneh Weah is too soft and lacks the political will to make things happen rapidity, and are trying to use his patience to ignore presidential instructions must have a second thought.
Recently, prior to his three-Nation trip, Pres. Weah urged all former officials to release government vehicles in their possession; some have reportedly responded to the mandate yet others are refusing or defying the orders.
But it appears that time is not in their favor and further delay could cost them much as the President has issued what could be considered a final ultimatum to turn over all government vehicles still in their possession. Read more

Integrity Dissipating In Judiciary

-Judges Reduced To Mere Commodities
-Cllr. Gongloe Makes Observation
It is becoming alarming that integrity amongst members of the Liberian Judiciary is speedily dissipating; many citizens, particularly ordinary people, have lost while others are losing confidence in the justice system of the country.
Perhaps annoyed by the situation, a veteran Human Rights advocate, Cllr. Tiawan Gongloe, has observed that bribery reduces a public servant, such as a judge or magistrate, to “a mere commodity that can be purchased by the highest bidder.” Read more

A Spell Stealing Weah Away

-CDCians, Collaborators Smell “Monkey Works Baboon Draws”
Despite three-time release of lists of nominees, some including known members of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), there is a huge dissension amongst partisans and collaborating parties who think the new president must be battling voodoo spell which they claim is robbing the president his sense and gratitude and using him against people who deserve job preference in Government. The Public Agenda got several calls from CDC inner circle and from collaborating political parties who were unanimous in their view that Weah’s government formation process is ignoring individuals who put their necks on the chopping board to get the CDC victory. Read more

Time For Honesty!!

-Pres. Weah Sounds Caveat
It is perhaps, still too early to measure the candor or dishonesty of Liberia’s new President, George Manneh Weah to combat the endemic culture of fraud and waste in the public sector which characterized the operations of the former regime.
On January 22, 2018, Ambassador Weah was sworn in as the 25th President of Liberia; although some say, he is the 24th President; however, this disagreement is yet to be settled by Liberian historians who are trying to provide clarity on the matter. Read more

Deputy Comptroller On The Run

-But Nagbe Slob Finally Surrenders To LACC
Deputy Financial Comptroller at the Ministry of Information, Culture Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) is said to be on the run after news hit him that LACC was making effort to get hold of him on his alleged involvement in corruption at the Liberia News Agency (LINA), sources in LINA has hinted the Public Agenda. Read more

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