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Liberians Abroad Give President Sirleaf ‘s “Vision 2030” Cold Feet, Call for TRC Report Implementation, Eradication of Corruption, and Other Vices Instead.
“Across the Liberian Diaspora communities in the United States from Philadelphia to Washington DC, and to Minnesota, “Vision 2030” had a bitter reception and outright rejection. The Philadelphia core vision delegate, head Mr. Nathaniel Kwabo testified to the bitter reception and outright rejection of the President ‘s “Vision 2030” when he narrated in his closing remarks that the team was disappointed in the outcome of the town hall meeting, “we thought you would give us some ideals as to how this vision could move forward but we did not”, Mr . Kwabo concluded”.
“Information corroborated by sources within the General Auditing Commission and Liberian foreign missions in the United States, the GAC will dispatch their auditing team next month to audit Liberian Permanent Mission at the United Nations and Embassy in Washington DC.”
As we marked the end of the year 2010, the end of the first decade of the 2000 millennium, we are humbled and fascinated that out of the unexpected as every innovation known to man had come on the horizon to unravel new trend of inventions and discoveries through curiosity, enthusiasm, and inspiration, so is… Read More ›
Labor Minister Gongloe Accuses Pres. Sirleaf of Dictatorship and Imperialism: Differs on Mass Cabinent Firing
“I want to assure the public that I will always remain the person whom I have always been known to be, standing for what is right and speaking truth to power. I am always guided in my public life by the fact that what I considered to be wrong yesterday are wrong today and I dare not cross the line. I have found nothing in government to change me from the person that I have always been. It is because I have not crossed the line that I have not stopped coming to Cenpid ,since we established it in 1991″.
“We will not acheive the meaning of our purpose of this article if we fail to pay tribute to all our fallen beloved countrymen as the result of November 12, 1985 coup. We pay special tribute to an outstanding and very bright young Liberian journalist, Charles Gbeyon who was killed on this by the Doe government for doing nothing wrong but his noble responsibility, covering the events of the coup as they were unfolding but instead met his untimely death”.