Editorials

The Test of Friendship

President W.V.S. Tubman led Liberia for 27 years. After his first eight years, 1944-51, he ran to succeed himself for a second term, which was constitutionally for four years. He won that election. And weeks following the inauguration, people began staging demonstrations asking him to “succeed himself for another four year term of office.”

The Challenge of the Liberian Church: Evangelize to Wipe Out Witchcraft

For those who downplay the prevalence (commonness, predominance) of witchcraft in Liberia, let us remind you of a story of what a Sinoe man once told his relatives in Sinoe County, who had asked him to send his 20-year-old daughter to spend time.

The man told his relatives, “I will not send my daughter to you to die.” And he did not send his daughter who, now in her late fifties, told this story to a Daily Observer reporter.

Christmas Is Not the Time for Fuss! NPA, LRA, Commerce, CBL Must Dialogue with Importers Now!

All of the Agencies mentioned above should know that in this predominantly Christian nation, Christmas is not the time for fuss.

Even in predominantly Islamic The Gambia and substantially Islamic Nigeria, Christmas is very special and every businessperson hustles by all means to get his/her goods to the market in time for this most festive Season, just as they do during Ramadan.

Fortunately, Christmas this year falls on Sunday. So we have five more days for importers to bring their goods to the market. But most of them will say that it is already too late.

Liberians Who Wish to Become Entrepreneurs, Come Forth, Seize Elumelu’s Offer

We are today calling on all Liberians, between the ages of 16 and 40, who want to start their own businesses, to come forward. To do what? To apply to the Entrepreneurship Program of the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF). The TEF has pledged to train you in realizing your ambition to start and grow your own businesses.

Liberians Who Wish to Become Entrepreneurs, Come Forth, Seize Elumelu’s Offer

We are today calling on all Liberians, between the ages of 16 and 40, who want to start their own businesses, to come forward. To do what? To apply to the Entrepreneurship Program of the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF). The TEF has pledged to train you in realizing your ambition to start and grow your own businesses.

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