We shame Abigail Faikai for her not so skillful use of the English language instead of asking why the University of Liberia would even accept and grant degrees to students who cannot properly compose a sentence. We may laugh at Faikai, but it’s all too apparent that the system has failed us too.
After recording three deaths, Guinean health authorities have declared an Ebola epidemic in N’Zérékoré prefecture, a region bordering the northern end of Nimba.
Today is Armed Forces Day and that comes with the obligatory calls from many parties for increased funding to the army’s budget. However, rather than join those calls, I would like to propose an alternate approach. I think Liberia is better off disbanding the army.
On Wednesday, June 3, the Monrovia Cycling Club observed World Bicycle Day. Over 30 riders rode in a group from the Ministerial Complex in Congo Town to Central Monrovia and back, covering a distance of 25 km.
As President George Weah extends a nationwide stay home order by an additional two weeks to curb the spread of COVID-19, he is also now permitting mosques to begin opening on May 15.
In March, I was pleasantly surprised to see my name in the U.S. State Departmentâ€™s 2019 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Liberia. The reason? Last year, I was illegally arrested and abused by the police.
Within a span of 21 hours, internet access from service providers such as Orange, LonestarCell MTN, LibTelCo, and K3 Telecom went down twice across the entire country this weekend.
Itâ€™s time that our government acts proactively to publish detailed rules and regulations regarding the state of emergency declaration to ensure that we can focus the fight on the Coronavirus, without any unnecessary distractions.