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Mt. Coffee Hydropower Plant

Dealing With the Razzmatazz and Euphoria of Mount Coffee Hydropower Plant

National debates must be characterized by patriotism, sincerity and substance. We must hold our leaders accountable by what they say they will do for the people. We must never run away from speaking the truth even if it hurts. The debate surrounding Mount Coffee Hydropower Plant is becoming increasingly interesting and I thought to weigh in from where I sit. This is just an initial analysis, but I shall endeavor to publish a full column of my thoughts in due course.

Mount Coffee Project – A Promise Fulfilled

News that Liberia’s much awaited power plant project (Mount Coffee Hydro) destroyed during the civil war has finally been revamped to meet some of the country’s growing demands for energy use is not only a promise fulfilled by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s administration, but also one of the proudest moments for Liberia since the return of peace almost two decades ago.

Fostering Accountability in the Outsourcing of Liberian Schools

Over the life cycle of the Liberian state, there has been a growing dissatisfaction among certain segments in the society over the poor quality of public service delivery in general. Public service has often been described as unfriendly to customers, slow, hard to improve, and not results-oriented. Now, combined with pressures emerging from fiscal austerity measures, outsourcing has become a prudent remedy in the eyes of some policymakers.

‘Knowledge, Water and Money Can Lift Up Any Heavy Thing’

MR. CHAIRMAN
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES AUTHORITY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
We are gathered on this exhilarating occasion to witness another of our dreams that was latent and intangible unfold into a tangible reality. Today we can see, we can feel and we can hear the magnetic power and force which will generate electric current throughout a large portion of the country.

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