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.
Sonnie James will never forget about January 4, 2017. On this tragic day, she bled profusely with blood running down her right eye as a result of police brutality.
While Madam President continues to bag more foreign awards, the nation she presides over as Head of State is dwindling and declining.
SUP was the first progressive institution to demand multi-party democracy. The Student Unification Party deserves the crown for leading a dogmatic struggle since 1970.
The future of Liberia is uncertain. Our nation is trekking on a journey to nowhere. Unfortunately, nothing genuine is being done to find concrete solution to this predictable and perilous end.
Let Liberians not forget that beyond political lines and interests, they remain Liberians. They must do all they can to ensure a peaceful transition and guarantee a peaceful nation.
The Liberia you want beyond 2017 can only be a Dream-Come-Through if you wisely cast your ballots on October 10 or November 8. Only Liberians, especially the youth, can make this SUCCESS STORY possible.
As I read through dossier of statistics every day on education in Liberia and even visit some of our schools in urban and rural communities, I usually bleed within as I see our nation’s future drowning.
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.