Author: Contributing Writer

Liberia is richly endowed with mineral resources such as Iron ore, diamond and Gold. The country also has abundant water resources, forests and climate that favors agriculture with fertile soil that grow rice, rubber, Cocoa, Coffee, Palm, Coco nut and many other cash crops. However, poor human capital and infrastructure and lack of technological innovation have impact on the exploitation of those resources. The need to transform our natural resources in an equity and transparent manner will foster economic and development growth of the country and its people. Resources curse refers to countries that underperform economically, despite benefitting from valuable…

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Government tenured roles play a vital function in upholding the efficiency, effectiveness, and integrity of public administration. The protection afforded to these positions stems from the expectation that incumbents will execute their duties impartially and objectively, prioritizing the public good. Consequently, engaging in partisan political activities can undermine their capacity to maintain neutrality and make merit-based decisions, potentially compromising the integrity of their role. The proponents of tenured positions in government believed fervently in their necessity, viewing them as indispensable safeguards for upholding the caliber, trustworthiness, and efficacy of public administration. By nurturing expertise, integrity, stability, and accountability, these roles…

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Monrovia – The General Manager of Liberia’s traditional football club, Invincible Eleven (IE) Majestic Sports Association, Eric Daniel, is calling on supporters of IE to come forward quickly to support the club.

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Africa, the second largest continent and home to approximately 1.49 billion people, holds immense potential to become a prominent global aviation hub, boasting 54 countries within its borders. However, despite its substantial population, Africa’s current contribution to the global aviation industry remains modest, accounting for only 2.1% of global air passengers. Nonetheless, Africa’s aviation sector shows promising signs of growth, with forecasts projecting a potential tripling of its impact on jobs and GDP within the next two decades. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicts a significant increase in air passengers traveling to, from, and within Africa by 2035 (over…

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