Entries by Mulbah Flomo

When The Heart Bleeds

The heart we have is one of our inner parts God has provided to control our thoughts. Even one who possesses it hardy sees it unless by pictures displayed in books or other ventures derived from human curiosity. Normally, the heart needs comfort, happiness, kindness and relaxed atmosphere to maintain its functions. However, negative preoccupations […]

AFL Reaffirms Political Neutrality

The Ministry of National Defense says its attention has been drawn to the Institute for Research and Democratic Development (IREDD) press release on 5, October 2017 on Electoral Integrity and Abuse of Incumbency and published in the New Dawn Newspaper on 6 October 2017. In a statement issued October 19, 2017, the Armed Forces of […]

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NOBEL Liberia, Ecobank In Partnership For Money Transfer Service

Nobel Liberia, on  Wednesday, October 18, 2017, added on its list Ecobank as one its partnership in the Money Transfer service. Other partners of Nobel include Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI) and International Bank (IB). This partnership with Ecobank is the newest from efforts being made by Nobel Liberia management team with several […]

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Eco Bank Runs To Supreme Court

EcoBank Liberia is seeking the Supreme Court’s intervention after being found liable for over one million United States dollars. The bank, though its lawyers, has filed an appeal with the high court, expressing dissatisfaction with the decision rendered by the Judge of the sixth Judicial Circuit Civil Law Court for Montserrado County, Boima Kontoe. Judge […]

Knockout Stage

By Fredrick P. W. Gaye Predictions and analyses, judging from previous elections, based on the number of candidates, have come to past, as presidential runoff, similar to that of a knockout stage in football and other competitions, has been set in emotion in the 2017 elections. After settling at the top of other candidates, George […]

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EcoBank In Over US$1M Trouble

By: Yassah J. Wright The Civil Law Courthas issued a writ of execution on the Management of Eco Bank for an action of damage of wrong by a complainant. The writ of execution in the possession of this paper quotes Judge Boima Kontoe as saying on Thursday, October 19, 2017, “You are hereby commanded to […]

Man Allegedly Cuts Off Brother’s Ear

By: Yassah J. Wright Judge Kennedy Peabody The Monrovia City Court has detained a 26-yr old man, identified as George Diggs,for allegedly cutting off an ear of his brother, Anthony Kollie. According to a police charge sheet in the possession of this paper, on October 9, 2017, defendant George Diggs of Montserrado County was arrested […]

UL Lecturer Lauds Students’ Donation Scene of the donation

A lecturer at the University of Liberia has said Liberia cannot be developed in absentia to student self-help initiatives. Mr. Albert Lloyd, a Mass Communication Lecturer at UL, said students giving back to their respective communities and institutions what they have learned is cardinal to the transformation of Liberia. Lloyd made the remarks Thursday on […]

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Pres. Sirleaf Decries Electoral Violence

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has decried electoral violence as counter-productive to the peace a stability of the nation. According to an Executive mansion release issued Thursday, October 19, 2017, the government’s attention was been drawn to displays on social media of extremely inimical posts to the survival of Liberia’s peace and democracy. The Liberian leader […]

Repackaging: Campaign ‘Explosives’

  By: Lewis K. Glay 0886469835/lglay.inprofile@gmail.com  “We expect re-enforced campaign strategies from both parties to convince Liberians to vote either way.  Bad politics will be played as we saw during the first round of the electoral process.  However, all that matters is a peaceful runoff, void of cheating and outside influence. Let Liberians decide who […]