This blog is a conscious center that focuses on reawakening the hope and audacity of the African people by elevating socio-economic, political and environmental realities across the continent. It also offers concrete and sustainable solution(s) to Africa’s entrenched and debasing hurdles.
What Liberian youth want is not the proliferation of gambling, but the proliferation of gainful employment, quality education and sustainable empowerment through profitable life skills and entrepreneurship.
When voters cast their ballots for political predators and economic vultures, they self-crucify themselves and bear the excruciating pain thereafter. Such is the case with Liberians.
It is time to put LIBERIA FIRST by standing up and speaking out.
Liberian businesses and companies can never have access to increased finance when they are being unpatriotically sidelined by those in authority.
It is not enough to pass laws that protect children’s rights, but to implement these laws. It is not enough to print mega billboards and stickers calling for an end to rape, but to impartially prosecute perpetrators of this heinous crime.
Why then is our government preferring a foreign firm over local Liberian companies especially without a bidding process?
In the midst of mounting challenges, ranging from unimaginable corruption to acute poverty, silence can never be an option for us as advocates. Our shared demonstration of love and loyalty to this country remains undiluted.
Our sweet land of liberty has been torn apart by greed, nepotism, corruption, inequality and patronage. Liberia has become a bitter land of misery. What a hopeless unification day!
It is no secret that officials of government in Liberia are becoming millionaires even though 81.86% of Liberians remain poor.
The media in Liberia remains an integral and indispensable embodiment of our democracy. Allowing World Press Freedom Day to pass on without honoring the legacy, courage and resilience of Liberian Journalists would be a disservice.