TND Alert: Last Liberian Ebola Patient Discharged, Will Country be Declared Ebola-Free Soon?.
” Ebola-SurvivorssThe last Ebola patient in Liberia who was receiving care at the Chinese Emergency Treatment Unit in Paynesville, few miles outside of the country’s capitol, Monrovia, was discharged today”.
“What will come out of Allison’s death? NOTHING. The only language they will understand is sustained peaceful people popular uprisings of a nonviolent nature deeply rooted in the teachings of Ghandi, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela. Otherwise, we are wasting our time to think they will relinquish power and the perks and privileges that flow from their criminality disguised as government”.
TND Endorses George Weah for Senate in Liberia. Endorsing the Congress for Democratic Change candidate, George Weah is a malaria pill this entity can stomach and live with the avert consequences of this decision because it would mitigate a bigger danger which would befall Liberia if President Sirleaf’s son is elected to the Senate and ultimately… Read More ›
“I Will Deal with Them, They Will Bleed Like Ebola Victims”: President Sirleaf’s Son Mocks Ebola Outbreak, Ruling Party Describes Him as “Emerging Monsters” that Must be Stopped.
“I Will Deal with Them, They Will Bleed Like Ebola Victims”: President Sirleaf’s Son Mocks Ebola Outbreak, Ruling Party Describes Him as “Emerging Monsters” that Must be Stopped..
“I Will Deal with Them, They Will Bleed Like Ebola Victims”: President Sirleaf’s Son Mocks Ebola Outbreak, Ruling Party Describes Him as “Emerging Monster” that Must be Stopped.
Though Liberia is yet to be declared Ebola- free and children who had been out of school for months go back to school, surprisingly, the country is heading for a midterm Senatorial elections on December 16, 2014 where fifteen Senators will be seeking re-election and President Sirleaf’s son (Robert Sirleaf) is among a slew of… Read More ›
“The resignation of the opposition leader draws sharp reality after the publication of a trending and viral publication of an article two days ago by Liberia’s former Auditor General John Morlu, ripping through the Liberian opposition leader accusing him of engaging deals to sell his Senatorial bid to the son of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf son (Robert Sirleaf) in exchange for one of the country’s oil block and “access to cash”.
“Stand Up For Something”: Former Liberian AG, John Morlu, Urges Oppsition Leader Weah and Unravels Secret Broken Deal to Trade Senatorial Bid to Pres Sirleaf’s Son (Robert Sirleaf)
“Stand Up For Something”: Former Liberian AG, John Morlu, Urges Oppsition Leader Weah and Unravels Secret Broken Deal to Trade Senatorial Bid to Pres Sirleaf’s Son (Robert Sirleaf).
“The interest of our nation is bigger and paramount over any personal or partisan concern(s). I would also be remiss not to underscore my enduring belief that leadership must be enacted as an art in itself-transcendence and that a public servant must necessarily prioritize the collective good through thick and thin. Finally, I deem it impossible to lead by example in showing young people who struggle everyday with the vicissitudes of life that integrity is its own reward and adversity is an element of growth. In this vein, I believe that as a public servant my oath of office means that I pledge to deepen our collective learning and institutional growth, even if it entails humbling myself at great personal costs”.
Liberia on Sale: Lebanese Citizen is Liberian Ambassador to Lebanon But Pays Death Ears to Sex Slave Plight of Liberian Women
“How a does a Lebanese citizen become Chief of Mission to Lebanon of the Republic of Liberia is a ponder for mystery and once again exposes the chronic corrupt nature of the current Liberian government as well as crystal unpatriotic character of Liberian officials including the country’s world celebrated President, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf who has become and proven a disappointment, failing her country and the people who supported her who will sell or mortgage country to foreign interest. How can a foreign national represents and articulate the identity of a country he or she has nothing about.”