“At his recent meeting with GAC employees, the Auditor is quoting as saying he is proud of Liberians and takes happiness in building the intellectual and human resource of Liberia because when the bbecome educated, they will be useful to Liberia, be a better citizen, a help to their family and Liberia will profit immensely”.
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 ›
Crush Them With Force if Necessary, John G. Rancey Advises Doe: How One Man Evil Genius Ruined Liberia
“Once Liberia recieves her blank check of support from America it is possible to begin the last, but the most formidable task, the total elimination of potential opposition. As we agreed in our discussion, it may be anticipated the most vigorous opposition to your staying on wil come from Nimba County. You may be assured that the leading voice will be that of “your friend”, Thomas Quiwonkpa. I am convinced they are trouble makers who do not hesitate to organize themselves. You can recall Nimba wa the strongest hold of the PPP. Nimbaians seem to love politics, thus, the removal of Thomas and supporters from the army and positions of government must be gradual and most carefully planned. Regardless of the risk, you will agree that Thomas and the other “Nimba heroes” must be totally discredited, if not totally eliminated. I have no doubt that once these critical steps are taken it is certain the people of Liberia will overwhelmingly support a continuation of your leadership in 1985.”
“A German based organization which focuses on tracking counries involve in corruption has published its global corruption report for 2010 and grades Liberia s the world’s most corrupt country accounting 89% followed by Uganda and Cambodia with 86% and 84% respectively”.
Liberia Foreign Missions in Shambles and Neglect: Sloppiness and Inefficiencies, U N and Washington DC Top it All
“And what is most disheartening to learn is the President herself is not prioritizing the Liberia’s foreign mission, especially with special attention on Liberia’s frontline embassies and allocating the best of the of support to conduct Liberia’s postwar public diplomacy in primacy. The President hardly pass by at the Liberia mission when she is at the United Nations or the embassy in Washington DC when she is in Washington”.
“Liberians beleive if the National Social Security and Welfare Corpration was living up to its satutory obligation and legal responsiblity to the individual government employee like Cllr. Scott who worked many years with government which means the NSC&WC has huge pension savings for the late Minister Scott, it could had sustained him and would not be reduced and forced to endure such horry of his last days”.
“The outspoken former Labor Minister, Tiawon Gongloe who publicly spoke out against the compulsory administrative leave of the entire cabinet ordered by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf refused to rejoin the cabinet after the President begin the restructuring of her government”