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Letter to Sen. Darius Dillon: Assets Declaration Shouldn’t Be Voluntary or Arbitrary 

Letter to Sen. Darius Dillon: Assets Declaration Shouldn’t Be Voluntary or Arbitrary 

Congratulations and best wishes to you and your family on the important occasion of your commencement of the historic journey as an elected public servant, Honorable Senator of Montserrado.

Open Letter To Boakai, Brumskine, Cummings, and Urey

Though endorsed as senatorial and representative candidates by the Unity Party, the Liberty Party, the Alternative National Congress, and the All Liberian Party, it appears that candidates Abraham Darius Dillion and Telia Urey are left alone to woo voters and canvass for opposition victory in vote-rich Montserrado, which seems unfair.

Open Letter to President Weah on the Firestone Layoffs

As a son of a former tapper, it has been worrisome and disturbing for me since I read the news on the planned redundancy of 800 employees at Firestone. According to its March 18 press release, the company made the decision because its high overhead costs have created unsustainable losses for the company. Firestone outlined low production and low global prices as key indicators for the decision.

Open Letter to President Trump on Equal Protection for Liberian Refugees

Please accept our compliments and best wishes as you aim to protect Americans and make America great again. The Universal Human Rights International expresses its gratitude to you for your compassion and fairness and for your reinstatement of the Deferred Enforced Departure for certain Liberian refugees already granted protection in the United States.

Open Letter to U.S. Ambassador for Update on Missing Billions

On September 24, 2018, thousands of patriotic Liberians, out of firm conviction and love for country, petitioned your government and prominent international organizations (the U.N., A.U., E.U. and ECOWAS) through a mass peaceful protest, calling for an independent international forensic investigation into the missing containers of local currency amounting to L$16 billion.

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