An Open Letter to Mama Twah River District, Nimba County

Dear Mama Twah River,
Let me commence this letter by thanking you for your efforts to develop the district. There are many development projects ongoing in your area. For that, I appreciate you, my Dear Mama.

Mama, with all the development projects that are taking place by your children, there are many serious problems that you need to resolve without wasting any time, or else things will go offhand.

Mama, I’m so confused and embarrassed by the way your area is producing so many of your children for the only seat in the House of Representatives. Why so Mama?

Open letter from A Crying Liberian Mother to the President

To: Her Excellency,
Madame Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf,
President, Republic of Liberia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
Monrovia, Liberia.

July 18, 2016

From: Johnetta Zoe Tolbert

Dear Madam President:

Despite my poor health I have flown all the way from my home in Finland where I have resided for the past 12 years to appeal to you as a fellow mother (and grandmother) for the URGENT release of my son, Lieutenant Melvin Kolleh Tolbert.

Open Letter the Minister of Justice

July 16, 2016

Hon. Cllr. Frederick Cherue
Minister, Ministry of Justice
Monrovia, Liberia

Dear Minister Cherue,

I am deeply gratified on behalf of myself, several civil society organizations (CSOs), community-based groupings, the marginalized, victims of injustice, the oppressed, the suppressed and the depressed to congratulate you on your official and unconditional ascendancy as Attorney General and Minister of Justice at this crucial period in which the nation’s justice system is being criticized.

Letter to Malia and Sasha Obama – Weeping Voices in Dying Valleys

Dear Malia and Sasha:
With esteemed hospitality and a great degree of compliments, we want to heartily welcome you and your mom along with her entourage to Africa’s oldest and the world’s second black republic. Liberians, especially teenage girls, are glad to have you (Malia and Sasha) visiting a rich, but yet poor country like
Liberia. Receiving such a high-power delegation led by the First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama, is historic and worthwhile.

Create Society DATABASE to Enable the Distribution of Goods and Services

Dear Editor,

I am a Liberian who have just returned from Germany to resettle back home and help contribute to the brain gain of Liberia.

I am very thankful to the people and leaders of Liberia who have made it possible for peace and security to return. I think it is the responsibility of all Liberians to come home with some caveat that can help build the minds of the society.


Liberian Observer

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