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Bravery Out Of Desperate Hopelessness

Makulah Kromah lives in the old LPRC fence, one of the five communities the Liberian government has threatened demolition because of alleged illegal occupation. Makulah was born in Zuolay, Nimba County but also lost her entire family in the same town during Liberia’s civil war. She is married to a polygamist, Siaka Kromah.

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Another Way forward for stemming the Tides of Corruption

As a major obstacle to national and sustainable development shared by many societies including Liberia, politicians are on record for criticizing regimes that have failed to stem the tides of corruption as if to say when given the mantle of state power will score significant marks in fighting corruption.

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The Style of Policing a Corrosive Environment

From continual observations, many people in Liberia including human right activists always criticized or lashed out the Police for what they described as over acting in situations like civil disturbances that have the implication for infringement of the fundamental rights of others.

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Japan Impacts Liberia’s Reconstruction and Development Agenda

The Government and People of Japan have been very active in Liberia's reconstruction and development agenda through their support to urban and rural infrastructural projects and food security. 

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“Wakeup Call on Annual Message” – Analyst : Some Thoughts

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Public Policy . Economics . Democratic Politics . Political/Economic Decentralization . Public Dishonesty . Dual Citizenship

Indeed, the newly-elected Senator, the Honorable, B. Commany Wesseh (UP, River Gee County), should and must be commended for the courage, shall we say “guts” or the “political will” to remind his colleagues of the Upper House of our National Legislature, the Law- and Policy-making Body of the Nation, that the cardinal, required rules of logical debate of any proposed issue are comprehensive information/knowledge, pro & con, for rational debate and informed action, and that such information, in terms of relevant, documented information should and must be provided to all members of the Senate .

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