Nobel Laureate Leymah Roberta Gbowee who spoke at Liberia's 172nd Independence Day Anniversary celebration, said that Liberians fail to ask the hard questions and end up electing people who steal, grab and go. She also said the ruling party often has misplaced priorities, with their development agenda nicely written on paper, but that implementation was basically their private projects.
Liberians Elect "Steal, Grab and Go"
Observer, 31 July 2019
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Nobel Laureate and National Orator for Liberia's 172nd Independence Day, Leymah Roberta Gbowee.
Gbowee Calls Out Weah's 'Feminist-in-Chief' Posture
Observer, 30 July 2019
The orator of Liberia's 172 independence day celebrations, Leymah Gbowee, has expressed dismay at the dearth of women appointed to cabinet positions in President George Weah's… Read more »
The Speech That Moved the Nation Forward
Kwame Nkrumah, Nelson Mandela, Frederick Douglas, W.E.B. DuBois, Martin Luther King, Jr., Barack Obama and all of the great visionaries of African history -- their greatest… Read more »
Leymahgbowee172nd Independence Day Speech - "A Reality That Lacks Gratitude".
New Dawn, 31 July 2019
After carefully going through the speech of this year's orator for our 172nd Independence Day anniversary, on the theme "Together We Are Stronger", it is indeed worth acknowledging… Read more »
Women Demand Seat At 'County Sitting'
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The July 26th Address - From Words Now to Action
We as a publication have described Madam Leymah Gbowee's Independence Day Oration as the speech that pressed the reset button for the Republic of Liberia and moved us forward as a… Read more »
This year's July 26 Independence Day celebrations are overshadowed by many distractions like unpaid salaries for civil servants and politically-charged by-elections on July 29, ... Read more »
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