Entries by Mulbah Flomo

We stress sincerity in the fight against corruption to attract more investment

IN ITS SEPTEMBER 4, 2011 piece, www.globalissues.org maintained that corruption affects the poorest the most, in rich or poor nations, though all elements of society are affected in some way as corruption undermines political development, democracy, economic development, the environment, people’s health and more. WE ARE WORRIED THAT Liberia is facing a very grave problem […]


Unfortunate, but…-Deputy Speaker Describes Tax Increment

By Abraham Morris-231886294820-abrahammorrisabrahammorris@gmail.com   The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hans Barchue, has described as unfortunate the increment in taxes by the Legislature on basic commodities including water and called on stakeholders involved to work in mitigating the situation. Speaking to journalists at the opening of the 6th session of the Legislature, the […]


Post- Presidency: Ellen’s Wish (Part III)

“President Sirleaf knows what she wants. Over the years, there have been constant allegations that she has influence at the Capitol Building. The very Tyler that is crying foul today knows what they’ve done when he was favored.” After 12 years of rule, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is expected to live a private life; she […]

Above The Law?

By: Sobondo K. Fayiah/Intern Several Liberians in Monrovia and its environs have complained of government officials including members of Liberia National Police (LNP) are usually seen violating the traffic laws by leaving their original lanes and riding on the opposite lanes with speed, emergency lights and blaring sirens. They said these officials are usually seen […]

Ahead Of 2017 Elections: Country-Congo Divide Dr. Dahn Fears Reemergence Of “Old Order”

By T. Michael Johnny 0886571899/0775820581 “Progressives endured bitter pains and humiliation and physical beating at the hands of the True Wing Party government officials due to their advocacy for multi-party system that everyone is enjoying in the country today”. Glowing political divide between individuals who preferred themselves as Americo-Liberians (Congo) and their indigenous (Country) counterparts […]