Barely a day passes without one hearing of one individual or group of people leaving one political party to join the other. In most of the instances, the reasons they give for taking the decision are varied, ranging from marginalization to bullying, from ungratefulness to lack of acknowledgement of efforts of these individuals [...]
By Kofi Akosah-Sarpong, USA.
Either in Libya, Nigeria, Chad, Egypt or Tunisia, the African nation-state, from its birth, has been in some sort of undeviating inanimate democratic revolution. The reason is that the African state, as a political entity, is yet to have everlasting grip with the African nation, as a community, hence the almost [...]
Commentary By Amadu Lamrana Bah
Much has been achieved in the field of political liberalization in Sierra Leone since 1996.
The most remarkable of these have been at the level of political and civic consciousness, as well as election qualities, which have significantly improved.
Even at that, violence remains a threat to the security of [...]
By Maddieu A A T Kabbah
According to Ishmael Al-Sankoh Conteh (in photo), President of the National Youth Coalition, young people in the country are in a very critical position because, they are unemployed and without education and this is a crucial moment, as the general election approaches. He said that [...]
The Liberia Media Initiative for Peace Democracy and Development (LMI) announces the holding of two editions of its media and community outreach blended forum, the DUCOR DEBATES on two separate key issues of Liberia’s emerging democracy.
These are the fate of Liberian Women’s sensitive bill calling for a 30% quota for participation in politics and [...]