If the publicity around Helene Cooper’s new book is a reliable indicator, one would be hard pressed to expect a biography that does anything but draw on the tried and true single story that paints Liberia as a land torn by violence, where accountability is a luxury, and in which there is little to celebrate except the novelty of its female chief executive.
A pharmacist in the government hospital in Tubmanburg, Bomi has been named the Integrity Idol winner for 2016.
There are several online sites that are useful to Liberians but these five websites provide key solutions to pressing problems in the nation. Some are little known while others have already gathered popularity.
Our last featured Integrity Idol finalist, John Madave, works on behalf of the government with farmers to optimize their production.
Today’s featured Integrity Idol finalist, Musa Dorley, was born and raised in Bonjeh, Bomi County where he is now a community chairman, and he is determined to see the community thrive.
Today’s featured Integrity Idol finalist, Patrick Goffah, works as a janitor in the offices of the Ministry of Education in Monrovia, a job he loves because he is able to help people.
Today’s featured Integrity Idol finalist, Bockarie Sakilla, has worked as a medical professional for much of his life.
Integrity Idol 2016 is a nationwide citizen campaign to highlight the most honest government officials in Liberia. Every day, for five days, The Bush Chicken will feature a short bio and a video of each finalist. Anyone can vote for their favorite idol.