Autocrat, dictator, repressive, corrupt, and the list go on. These are a few of the words being used by opponents and others to describe President Weah’s tenure. And, I must say that the president is not doing much to change those descriptions of his short stint as president so far.
My advice to the government is to focus on their achievements and stop trying to mislead the Liberian people. It would only lead to more shots in the leg which does not help their case with cynics like me.
As we celebrate our independence, we, led by our leaders, must reflect on what independence truly means to Liberia.
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.
President Weah must fast-track the passage of the Land Rights Act in its current form and use it as a springboard to develop rural Liberia.
It was no surprise that in early 2017, rumors began to surface that current President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her Vice President Joseph Boakai had fallen out.
Are Brumskine, Boakai, Cummings, and Urey actually agents of change in Liberia?