Category: African

“Blaming the Wrong Victims”: According to Tarty Teh’s Letter to Ambassador George Washington et al By Elder Siahyonkron J. K. Nyanseor, Sr. (Commentary)

    The letter below is the late Tarty Teh’s rebuke, which he did with principled and insightful observation

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Backstory Behind Aisha Buhari’s Gunfight With Sabiu Yusuf By Farooq A. Kperogi

By now, most people have read the story of the scuffle that occurred between Mrs. Aisha Buhari, her children,

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The One Billion Dollar Challenge (Synopsis) By Ansu Opa Dualu

Introduction The intent of this initiative is to prove that we Liberians can rise above petty differences and institute

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Mossi Farmers in Southeastern Liberia: What Radical Elements Are They? By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor

Katarina Hoije has reported on May 9, 2019, in the Bloomberg News Organ, that “Heavyweights Ghana and Ivory Coast

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Buhari, the nepotist-in-chief, of the Republic of Nigeria- A Egunjobi

“When the Niger Delta militants started their activities in the South-South, they were invited by the late President Umaru

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Open Letter From COL. Dangiwa Umar (retd) To President Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari, President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria.   Mr President; Please Belong To All

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‘By Any Means Necessary’: A Choice of Last Result! Elder Siahyonkron J. K. Nyanseor, Sr. Jonesboro, Georgia

However, many people are quick to judge; instead of trying to understand why certain individuals in the struggle resort

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Olabisi Ajala, the Traveller: Of Fame and Penury by Hon. Femi Kehinde

In a moment of psychological terror, anguish and angst, Sophocles, at a point of deep exasperation, in Oedipus Rex,

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Restart Liberia and Build a New Foundation By Ansu Opa Dualu

Statehood never truly materializes, unless the fundamentals of nation-building are intentionally designed and developed from the onset. Liberia’s original

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History Feature: Who are the Krahns And Are They linked to Igbos, Ashanti, Akans and Yorubas in West Africa?

In West African history, we learn that three(3) languages evolved by 1 AD in the Niger Delta. These historians

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