Martin K. N. Kollie

Martin K. N. Kollie

Martin is a global columnist, a Liberian youth and student activist, and an emerging economist who hails from Bong County, Central Liberia. He currently studies Economics at the University of Liberia and holds a certificate in conflict analysis from the United States Institute of Peace. He has worked as a Field Protection Assistant for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and a volunteer for the UN Volunteer Program. Martin has written hundreds of articles and pieces on variety of issues and is currently working on his first book titled “A Clash between Cash and Character.”

Recent Articles

Student Unification Party (SUP) Endorses June Protest For President Weah to Step Down

SUP overwhelmingly endorses June 7 Protest; suspen…

May 20th
When Betrayers Become Mourners – A Panegyric To Lady Zico,  Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff

And in her indelible bequest, all Liberians shall …

Mar 18th
President Weah’s SONA Crumbles in Deceit, Empty Promises and False Hope

While the citizens are entrapped in abject poverty…

Feb 8th
From Country Giant To Country Ginna

Barely a year, it has become crystal clear that th…

Nov 26th
Speaker Bhofal Chambers is Unfit to Lead – COCUBOMB Vehemently Rebukes his Latest Subterfuge

COCUBOMB vehemently rebukes his latest subterfuge …

Oct 22nd
COCUBOMB Extols the US and International Partners for Promptly Responding to its Petition

In response to the Liberian people, the Internatio…

Oct 17th
Concerned Citizens United to Bring Our Money Back (COCUBOMB)

We have peacefully rallied and assembled conscious…

Sep 27th
Travel Bonanza in Weah-led Government

Even though Finance Minister Samuel Tweah is yet t…

Sep 12th
Is This The Flag I Know?

Waving high above Africa was this flag I know, a f…

Aug 27th
Rising Impunity and Injustice in Liberia: Shielding Rape And Sheltering Rapists

Rape is becoming an entrenched culture in Liberia,…

Aug 18th