Bai Gbala Writes Pres. Weah – Points to Presidential Laissez Faire Over Lieutenants

The state of the nation’s unfortunate socioeconomic affairs, much of which was inherited by the current government, concerns various demographic segments of the population. While many might think it is the increasing unemployment rate amongst young people that underpins the high cost of living, others see it otherwise and with varying lenses. Even the elderly, […]

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JUNE 7, 2019 “SAVE THE STATE” SAGA PRESIDENT’S ROUND-TABLE DIALOGUE “TO SAVE THE STATE”: REFLECTIONS OF A CONSTITUENT, STUDENT OF PUBLIC POLICY & SENIOR CITIZEN-ELDER

By  Bai M. Gbala, Sr. In the Article, “Beware Of Wolves In Sheeps’ Clothing” (The Perspective, November 4, 2017), in response to developing political events/issues of national/international significance concerned with Mr. George Weah, Liberian Foot Ball Legend turned-politician and, now, Candidate for President of Liberia, I wrote that: “Although I have not met nor did […]

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President Weah, my Candid Caution

By Sando Moore The Liberian society I have come to know for some time now is a complex one. Some of the negative attributes that have kept our society unsophisticated are GREED and SYCOPHANCY. History has taught me that some of those who are close to the presidency while enjoying power are so comfortable that […]

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