Please Mr. President, protect our people first and then you can have your day in the spotlight for removing the racist component of our laws.
We are at a critical point in our land reform process and at this stage in the process, it is premature to start suggesting sale of land to all foreigners.
As I now hand the baton to my successor, Prof. Ansu D. Sonii, I am confident that the Ministry and our education system are in good hands.
This Open Letter is written to you on behalf of The Liberia Heals Initiative, to inform you of its intention to host a much needed “Palaver Hut Discussion” with the presence of all presidential candidates registered with the National Elections Commission in anticipation of the upcoming October 10, 2017 elections.
As we move towards a very pivotal period in our country’s existence, I am one of those in the youth and students’ community who elected not to dive into superficial political debates. This is because they are immaterial to the poverty and misery of the mass of Liberians.
As Liberians across the country were eager last Monday to listen to your final State of the Nation Address, I was glued to my radio to hear Africa’s first female president speak eloquently to the joint session of the National Legislature.
I write to congratulate you on your election as president of the United States. As you prepare for your inauguration, please consider this foreign policy recommendation from an African refugee that will help make our world a safer place.
I present my compliments of the holiday season and best wishes for the New Year. I write to thank the United Nations for its peacekeeping mission in Liberia that has brought about peace and much-needed security.