A group of 120 youth have completed a two-day training in the areas of business and entrepreneurship, civic Leadership, and public management.
What does this moment tell us: the Nobel Peace Prize is a gimmick; women leaders are merely politicians; and, the international community can be inept in stopping genocide.
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.
Clinton or Trump, it’s the people’s choice. American democracy will still be strong and robust to withstand the stupidity or smartness of one person. It’s not by chance, but by the design of America’s democracy.
This Memorial Day weekend, we in America honor those who tragically lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks as well as the thousands of American citizens killed serving in the conflicts that followed.
Although presidential elections in the United States will take place nearly a year before those in Liberia, one would not know by the political jostling and cabinet resignations presently shaking up Monrovia.
If anybody deserves quality education, better health care, electricity, safe drinking water, improved housing, and other basic social services, then it is the PEOPLE. Since all power is inherent in them according to Article one (1) of our Constitution, then it means that the welfare of the people must be an indispensable national priority.
In an unexpected move, U.S. President Barack Obama lifted sanctions against former Liberian President Charles Taylor, who is in a maximum-security prison for a raft of war crimes.