More Liberians should aspire to become job creators and entrepreneurs instead of lawmakers. It would make the private sector more profitable for business while putting more people to work in well-paying jobs.
With Vice President Joseph Boakai’s selection of Nuquay as his running mate, there is a palpable sense of disappointment in Nimba. Citizens of Liberia’s second most populous county had counted on Boakai naming a running mate from the county, especially as he visited Nimba just a few days before he announced his choice.
On Friday, June16, the Press Union of Liberia presented five awards during its annual award dinner for reports published in The Bush Chicken.
During the week of April 10, 2017, a coalition of business organizations, under the umbrella of the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia, staged a protest aimed at ceasing commercial activities in order to draw attention to issues facing business owners.
Accidents kill more people in Liberia than malaria. These were the words of Sam Collins, police spokesperson.
Alcohol, speed and the lack of safety devices such as seatbelts or airbags were likely factors in the crash and resulting death. Unfortunately, Liberians will likely let Burrowes’ death be in vain instead of using it to spur changes to lower the chances of such incidences happening in the future.
On the evening of August 7, Liberians began to hear rumors of “strange men” with guns in Bomi, in a scene reminiscent of the start of the various iterations of Liberia’s civil war.
At least since the 2005 and 2011 elections, Liberian newspapers have been running editorials and op-eds claiming that we have way too many political parties.