I call on all Liberian voters to reject and vote ‘No’ on all questions within the 2020 referendum because not a single one of the ballot questions aims to address the urgent concerns of citizens, such as the root causes of abject poverty, war crimes, endemic corruption, excessive salaries, and benefits of politicians.
This letter is an urgent plea for compassion and a request for a waiver of all immigration filing fees for thousands of Liberian beneficiaries of the Liberian Refugee Fairness Act, which you signed into law on December 20, 2019.
Have you ever wondered what is really wrong with Liberia? Why is it that Africa’s oldest republic is always stuck in corruption, ritualistic killings, impassable roads, excessive salaries of lawmakers and officials, skyrocketing unemployment, terrible economic mess and always relying on international partners for everything?
Congratulations and best wishes to you and your family on the important occasion of your commencement of the historic journey as an elected public servant, Honorable Senator of Montserrado.
Please accept our compliments and best wishes as you aim to protect Americans and make America great again. The Universal Human Rights International expresses its gratitude to you for your compassion and fairness and for your reinstatement of the Deferred Enforced Departure for certain Liberian refugees already granted protection in the United States.
With his hands free of the blood of innocent people, our popularly elected, athletic, and energetic President George Weah is the best president to heal Liberia’s wounds and give Liberia a fresh start, beginning with national reconciliation, justice, participatory democracy, and equal opportunities.
The issues of reparations for slavery and damages to Liberians for Americaâ€™s destructive roles in the founding of Liberia and the devastating civil war must be prioritized.
Without an amendment of the constitution or court action, all appointments of mayors and town chiefs are unlawful.