Category Archives: OP-ED

A Reflection On The First Anniversary Of The Pro-Poor Government Of The Republic of Liberia

By Bartum Kulah “Goat law is different from sheep law.” That was a prominent CDC partisan’s response to Rep Yekeh Kolubah’s complaint that “only his security guard was arrested in the riot which occurred in District 10.” In essence, this individual was being honest in saying to all Liberians that “CDC partisans operate under a separate law from that of

Read more

“Transcending Liberia’s Messy Educational System To World Class Is Attainable!” Part One (1)

Transcending Liberia’s messy educational system status to a world-class status is attainable if the most urgent challenges and solutions are given a look at. The inability of teachers to be academically accountable and their performances being regularly evaluated has been a significant factor in the degradation of the educational sector. Teachers are to be weekly checked as per the notes

Read more

Op-Ed: A Positive Reflection Of President Weah’s First 100 Days

President George Manneh Weah is approaching his first 100 days in power, and so far he is putting all his critics to shame. Internationally, the President has been well received by French citizens and their President, the Moroccans, the African leaders at the  AU; and most leaders in our subregion (Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Togo). Domestically our President has met

Read more