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Editorial: Urgent Need for Extra Incentives and Not Inflicted Impressions, Karley

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Editorial: Urgent Need for Extra Incentives and Not Inflicted Impressions, Karley

Christ Massaquo’s first two weeks as Director of the Liberian National Police occasioned a vigorous move against armed robbery and other crimes in Monrovia and its environs, including Paynesville. He may have succeeded against these drug-driven heartless criminals, probably due to the excitement which characterized his appointment by President Ellen Sirleaf late last year. The move by Director Massaquoi and his Liberian National Police, which resulted to a peaceful celebration of Christmas and New Year holidays, attracted public praises from all sectors of the Liberian society.

 

Editorial: The Police Must Re-double Its Efforts Against Armed Robbery

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Editorial: The Police Must Re-double Its Efforts Against Armed Robbery

Christ Massaquo’s first two weeks as Director of the Liberia national Police occasioned a vigorous move against armed robbery and other crimes in Monrovia and its environs, including Paynesville. He may have succeeded against these drug-driven heartless criminals, probably due to the excitement which characterized his appointment by President Ellen Sirleaf late last year.

 

Editorial: Accord Tubman, Others with Respect, CDCians

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Editorial: Accord Tubman, Others with Respect, CDCians

Recently, the National Youth League of the Congress for Democratic Change or CDC issued a statement in Monrovia calling for the resignation of Cllr. Winston A. Tubman as Political leader consistent with his one-term commitment. The League reminded Tubman of his commitment in early 2011 to serve as a one-term standard-bearer, irrespective of the outcome of the general and presidential elections which has come and gone.

 

Editorial: A Dangerous Beginning Toward Generational Change

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Editorial: A Dangerous Beginning Toward Generational Change

Liberia’s 19th President, Dr. William Richard Tolbert, Jr. once described the young people of Liberia as ‘precious jewels’, while other politicians called them ‘future leaders’. Other than the usual Liberian politics of pacifying the young people for support/votes, the reference made to the young people was in consonance with the fact that they would be the ones to take over the leadership of the country in the years ahead.

 

Editorial: Repeating the Errors of the Past

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Editorial: Repeating the Errors of the Past

Liberian government and politics have always been characterized by vices which instigate disunity and agitations. Even though such a divisive system of governance has existed since the inception of the Liberian nation,  ordinary Liberians, including marketers and students were initially in the mid-seventies and eighties  made  by so-called opposition politicians and ‘progressives’ to believed that the Tolbert Regime promoted nepotism and partisanship. While they may have been on course in certain instances, they also fell short to acknowledge the fact that President William Richard Tolbert equally continued Tubman’s Reintegration and Unification policies at all levels.

 
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