List/Grid Yearly Archives: 2017

LIBERIAN JOURNALISM AT A CROSSROAD

LIBERIAN JOURNALISM AT A CROSSROAD

                                                           By Joe Bartuah  As a cross-section of Liberian journalsts converge in New Castle, Delaware for the annual conference of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA),… Read more »

Gabriel Baccus Matthews: Ten Years After

Gabriel Baccus Matthews: Ten Years After

Joe Bartuah re-prints his moving tribute to one of Liberian political geniuses and prophet, the late G. Baccus Matthews, as his reflection to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Baccus’ death.

Liberian Democracy and the Scourge of Political Patronage

Liberian Democracy and the Scourge of Political Patronage

By Joe Bartuah All power is inherent in the people. All free governments are instituted by their authority and for their benefit and they have the right to alter and… Read more »

Judge Kaba Grants Korkoyah’s Request for Indefinite Court Hearing

Judge Kaba Grants Korkoyah’s Request for Indefinite Court Hearing

Korkoyah requests indefinite postponement in his defamation law suit.

The Scramble for Veep

The Scramble for Veep

It’s desperate times in Liberia as presidential candidates go hunting for Veeps

For Jerome Korkoya, A Knock-Out Punch too hard to Overcome

For Jerome Korkoya, A Knock-Out Punch too hard to Overcome

The embattled Liberia National elections Chairman’s citizenship controversy puts the Integrity of the 2017 elections into question

Living a Life of Being the “People’s Man”

Living a Life of Being the “People’s Man”

Living a humble life can have its positive effect on those you interact with. This is the story of one man who continues to impact the community as the “people’s man.”

Sable-gate Eight Plead Innocent

Sable-gate Eight Plead Innocent

The long awaited corruption trial has opened in Monrovia. All eyes are on the hearing in which the criminal court is expected to demonstrate judicial independence.

FORMER UL STUDENTS GIVE DR. SEYON HIS FLOWERS

FORMER UL STUDENTS GIVE DR. SEYON HIS FLOWERS

By Joe Bartuah As a child growing up, Ms. Marina Seyon frequently wondered why her highly educated dad with impeccable credential and competence was not fond of seeking highly paid… Read more »

A Re-Group Cultural ambassadors in Diaspora Springs Surprise

A Re-Group Cultural ambassadors in Diaspora Springs Surprise

You don’t need Kedneja to watch and enjoy a classic Liberian cultural performance. Just call on Annie Sirleaf of the Liberian Cultural Ambassador and Malawala Balawala Fame (Garman) and her… Read more »

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