If diaspora Liberians can show a commitment to paying tax that will better the Liberian society, home-based Liberians may be willing to lower their suspicion of diaspora citizenship.
Murder Suspect Oliver Dillionâ€™s Trial Transferred Again, for Fear of Lawmakerâ€™s Influence
Judge Cianeh Clinton Johnson has transferred the murder trial of Oliver Dillon from Criminal Court B to Margibi. Dillon is a brother of Montserradoâ€™s Senator Darius Dillon and was coordinator of decentralization at the Ministry of Transport prior to his indictment in April 2019.
Liberian Academician Speaks Before U.K. Parliament on High Visa Refusal Rate for African Visitors
Last Tuesday, a Liberian activist and academician, RobtelÂ NeajaiÂ Pailey, participated in a panel discussion during the launch of a report at the U.K. parliament. The report found African nationals two-times more likely to be refused U.K. visiting visa than other nationals.
Liberian Author Releases Second Anti-Corruption Childrenâ€™s Book, â€˜Jaadehâ€™
Liberian academician, activist, and author, Robtel Neajai Pailey, has released her second anti-corruption book titled, Jaadeh, a bassa language book.
OP-ED: How Ordinary Professionals are the Extraordinary Fighters against Corruption
Corruption has plagued Africa for a long time and robbed the continent of its growth and development. The effect goes beyond the impediment of overall national development and can even impact women and children.
Liberian Activist and Academician Wins International Anti-Corruption Excellence Award
A Liberian academician, activist,Â and author, Robtel Neajai Pailey has been presented with the 2018 Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani International Anti-Corruption Excellence Award for her anti-corruption childrenâ€™s books, Gbagba and Jaadeh!, illustrated by Chase Walker and published by One Moore Book in Liberia.