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Open Letter to the Liberian Public

We the Liberian Advocacy for Change, made up of citizens of Liberia, residing in the United States, want to petition the people of the Republic of Liberia to join their voices with ours in pleading with the Legislature of Liberia to support a bill to grant us Dual Citizenship.

We are Liberians who have resided in the United States and many other countries around the world. During this period several countries due to humanitarian reasons agreed and came to our aid by resettling Liberians all over the world to rebuild their lives.

Appeal for President Sirleaf’s Intervention against Police Brutality in Ganta

Lawrence Sua
Concerned Citizen of Nimba
Ganta City, Nimba County
Republic of Liberia

October 3, 2015

Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
President
Republic of Liberia

Dear Madam President:

I know you are aware of the wave of alleged ritualistic killings which has engulfed Nimba in recent times, one of which provoked mob violence in Ganta City that led to the burning down and vandalizing of Mr. Prince Howard’s property.

Product of Government Schools

The Editor,

Some of the products of our government schools don't know pupu! And they can't spell it (pupu) either---even if you told them that the word "pupu" begins with a consonant and has 2 vowels in it! That's why you see them booting on our beaches, even though when there's a big sign that says DO NOT PUPU HERE, YOU IDIOT!"

Thank God for Saving My Son’s Life

First of all, I would like to give glory and thanksgiving to God for sparing my son SB’s life. In so doing, I want to quote God’s promise to believers in Him as found in Isaiah 54: 15-17: “Behold, they shall surely gather together, but not by me: whosoever shall gather together against thee shall fall for thy sake. Behold, I have created the smith that bloweth the coals in the fire, and that bringeth forth an instrument for his work; and I have created the waster to destroy.

Those Clowns at the Senate

The Editor,

Youth unemployment is a major threat to the peace and stability of our country, but yet those clowns in the senate are busy passing a legislation that would kill jobs for our young people. How dumb is that?? (Re "Decent Work Bill Sails at the Senate")

This so called Decent Work Bill, setting the minimum wage at US$3.50 a day for domestic workers and US$5.50 for other skilled workers, is nothing but a job killer!

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