Some Liberians have a negative outlook towards female leaders because of the perceived failure of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s administration. We should not let one woman’s rule influence our view of half of the population.
Europe’s remote control-inspired refugee policy has pushed our world closer to the brink. The world can begin pulling back by simply elevating the voices of refugees and former refugees in the dangerously skewed refugee debate dominated by charities, experts and political talking heads with absolutely no refugee experience.
As a nation, Liberians cannot write, and I believe this prevents us from reaching our fullest potential both in our own country and in foreign nations. That is why I got the concept of hosting a writing workshop to celebrate the launch of my blog, The Colloqua Dialogues.
This op-ed argues that Mary Broh’s latest campaign could end up simply as a government machine for the destruction of homes if it is not refocused.
An op-ed on the prevalence of corruption at airports and cabinet ministers buying political patronage with gifts to the president.
An op-ed that makes the case for why former Auditor General John Morlu should contest the presidency in 2017.
This month, Speaker of the House Alex J. Tyler resigned from the ruling Unity Party with rumors that he is planning on contesting the presidency. Wesseh writes an op-ed on why Alex Tyler will not and should not become president of Liberia.
Why is it that individuals are so secretive and distrustful even when it comes to sharing their testimonies and stories about how God has blessed them?