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ALL IS NOT rosy for the rejuvenated Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), the defenders of Liberia’s territorial integrity, in the wake of rising contentions over alleged poor treatment by authorities of the Ministry of National Defense. Because the security and defense of any nation is non-negotiable because it is one of the symbols of its authority, the pride of its people, it becomes embarrassingly worrying when things are not going well for the men and women in arms. Any nation that takes not serious the welfare, the social and economic security of its soldiers undermines its peace and security.


THERE IS NEW horizon of hope and excitement amongst Liberians since Ambassador George Manneh Weah was declared winner of the long-winding electoral process, the first Liberia witnessed since its foundation, necessitated by the legal challenge initiated by few of the participating parties. Unmatched in the history of election victory, the celebrations accorded Weah’s victory signaled an overwhelming agreement that he is consensus candidate for Liberians. 


THE ENTIRE LIBERIAN nation oscillates in the pool of a political quagmire necessitated by the current electoral dispute before the Supreme Court of Liberia, of which a determination is expected any time this week. Having heard arguments last week in the “Bill of Exception” filed by the Liberty Party and its co-partner, Unity Party against the rulings of the National Elections Commission, the Court is set to rule in favor of a ‘RUNOFF OR RERUN’ election, as craved by the contending parties.


ONE MONTH AND fourteen days without resolution to a looming national crisis – the hubbub that characterized the outcome of the polls of October 10 - is most troubling Liberia’s postwar debacle. So, when this nightmare come to an end, is the protruding question on the lips of all Liberians, including those who political parties are the mastermind of the situation.


MORE HUMAN UNDERSTANDING, the current political quagmire has evoked varying social and economic conditions so negatively telling on all Liberians, adding unbearable constraints to already terrifying encumbers politicians have not been able to solve in the last twelve years.


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