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?
Liberia must become intentional about solving Monrovia’s traffic congestion problem and introducing cycling as a viable means of transportation may be an excellent place to start.
Allocation of only one percent of the national budget to agriculture is quite an injustice to the sector that contributes more than 40 percent to national GDP.
The Liberian government needs to stop pretending that the ubiquitous occurrences of mob violence are anything unusual. They are not.
In August, the National Oil Company of Liberia fired its entire staff of 200 people in a move aimed at reducing costs and saving the company from financial ruin due to declining oil prices. While it’s unusual to sack an entire staff, am I shocked? Perhaps, as it’s always shocking when a massive across-the-board firing takes place, but it’s long overdue.
It was in September of 1941 that God sent Dr. James W. Wallace to love, heal and care for his children scattered on the Earth. Wallace had a great career as an outstanding physician, but it was his loving and caring heart that made an indelible impact on the world.