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Editorial: Please Intervene at TNIMA, Madam Prez.

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Editorial: Please Intervene at TNIMA, Madam Prez.

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and her administration, in 2009, declared the Tubman National Institute of Medical Art or TNIMA a tuition-free institution. The decision actually meant that students of the TNIMA would have no longer gone through the headache of struggling to pay fees; rather the responsibility would solely rest with the administration. Under the administration’s sponsorship, students of the institute were to benefit not only from tuition, but also books, feeding, transportation and perdiems.

 

Editorial: Embracing the Dividends of Sino-Liberian Relations

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Editorial: Embracing the Dividends of Sino-Liberian Relations

The signing of the project agreement on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 by the Governments of China and Liberia marked another major achievement in Sino-Liberian relations. Ambassador Zhao Jianhua, representing the Government of the People’s Republic of China and Foreign Minister Augustine K. Nguafuan, representing the Liberian government, signed US$60m project agreement for the construction of a ministerial complex. The complex, to be constructed in the municipality of Paynesville adjacent the ELWA Compound, is expected to host about ten ministries and agencies of government.

 

Editorial: Bleeding Forests

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Editorial: Bleeding Forests

A joint investigation by three advocacy groups on Liberia’s forests released a damning report last week, which among other things revealed that authorities in the forest sector granted some 66 Private Use Permits to dozens of foreign companies here in two years through shady deals to exploit 26,000 square km forest areas, covering over 23 percent of the country’s territory.

 

Editorial: Hailing Liberia’s Lone Star, But…,

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Editorial: Hailing Liberia’s Lone Star, But…,

The weekend of Saturday, September 8, 2012 is a date Liberians across the country and abroad will again forever remember. Along with Chief Patron of Sports Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, when their hope was very high for the realization of Liberia’s dream for the 2013 Nations Cup in South Africa, a ‘simple mistake’ on the part of Liberian football administrators may have dashed such hope.

 

Liberian Media and Its Diminishing Integrity

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Liberian Media and Its Diminishing Integrity

The media, in any society, is one selector on which such society depends for information-sharing. Like others, the Liberian society has and continues to receive its share of dividends of the media to include the enhancement of democracy and bridging of the information gap. Despite been hailed in several instances for discharging its responsibilities in effect amidst financial constraints, the Liberian media landscape may not be problem-free.

 
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