August 17th presidential debate miserably failed on all counts because the content of the debate expressed the platforms, views and agenda of Liberian politicians, not the citizens.
On October 10, 2017, Liberians will wake up with the hope of making a turning point decision, which will forever go down in our histroy as a country. Any candidate elected during the process will decide the fate of Liberia and Liberians for the next six to twelve years.
Liberians have ingenious ways to ask for gifts around major holidays. During this independence period, not a day passed without us hearing someone say, “My 26 on you.” In most cases, the person who the “26” was on gave money.
Another Independence Day has arrived, but what is there to celebrate? Independence Day is not just about celebrating age but celebrating fulfilled promises. Our sovereignty as a country goes far beyond the declaration of independence.
Earlier this year, researchers from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory released a study identifying and validating renewable electricity resources (wind and solar) for 21 countries across eastern and southern Africa.
Bridge is a disruptive force. It disrupts the status quo through pursing education reform in developing economies, where 263 million children — 61 million primary school children — are out of school and 330 million children are in school but not learning.
As the first year of the Partnership Schools for Liberia program comes to a close, we at the Ministry of Education are taking stock of the successes from the pilot thus far, and working with both stakeholders across Liberia and international partners to chart the course forward.
According to a Frontpage Africa’s article, while 34 out of 38 members of the House of Representatives voted in favor of granting a national counterproductive tax break to a Lebanese business, some senators have rejected the president’s request to grant such an unpatriotic tax incentive to her foreign crony.