Govt. Debunks COVID-19 Financial Malfeasance Claims -Vows to Work with Credible Partners to Implement Food Stimulus Package

Last Saturday, Liberians were shocked to learn from Monsterrado County Senator Abraham Darius Dillon that the government of Liberia would be extracting US$9 million for administrative costs out of the US$30 million earmarked for the COVID-19 food distribution. But as The Analyst has now gathered from documented evidence, the government of Liberia through the Ministry […]

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Fombah Sirleaf Provides Cogent COVID-19 Advisory -Building on Ebola Lessons Learned

The name Fombah Sirleaf most often resonates locally, regionally, continentally and globally with security sector reforms and global leadership expertise. The West Point graduate and former Health Physics technician at the University of Pennsylvania, who once served as Operations and Training Officer for the Armed Forces of Liberia, as well as former Security Analyst for […]

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Jeety Hits 41 Days of Food Distribution -Feeds less Fortunate in Monrovia and its Environs

By: Anthony Q. Jiffan, Jr As Liberians bear the economic hardship caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, Mr. Upjit Singh Sachdeva (Jeety), owner of Liberia’s popular building material outlets, on Saturday, June 13, 2020 continued distribution of home-cooked meals to the less fortunate. Saturday’s distribution amounts to 41 days since Jeety commenced his feeding project. The […]

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Another Invitation for Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan to Lecture on COVID-19 Pandemic at Rowan University -As he Postulates Herd Immunity in Parts of Africa

By Jana-Astrid Schäfer and Fatoumata Njei ZÜRICH, June 9, 2020 – One of Africa’s prominent infectious diseases expert from Liberia, Dr. Dougbeh Chris Nyan of Shufflex Biomed has postulated that many African countries including Liberia could be “going through a stage of Herd Immunity at this point of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the continent.” Dr. […]

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Surgical, Insurgent-Style Protest Looms -COP says “Over Increased Data Surcharge Fees”

MONROVIA – Liberians continue to weather the harsh economic storms exacerbated by local bad governance and global economic downturn; and, equally, as the people bear the brunt of the Coronavirus pandemic which has limited their ability to fend for themselves in the wake of restrictions posed by the COVID-19 State of Emergency protocols, latest attempt […]

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