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LIBERIA’S EDUCATION SYSTEM is said to be at its lowest ebb since the founding of the Republic. As a result, much is into the air about its wellbeing as to what is responsible, who is responsible and how it can rejuvenate to the antebellum status when hundreds of foreign students chose Liberia over other advanced systems around the world. For most Liberians, it is the Ministry of Education, the arm of government with the authority to regulate and institute measures that enhance the system; for some, it is the students themselves; others are pointing fingers at the teachers. What is centrally true about the argument is that ‘some is wrong with the system.’

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DEPENDING ON WHO is being talked to, the answers will be diametrically varying concerning the direction Liberia is headed in these current political showdowns when the people are indulging into the ‘unthinkable of actions.

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THE MYSTERIOUSLY YET-TO-BE explained death of dozens of Liberians, most of whom citizens of Sinoe County is a stark aide-mémoire of the vulnerability of Liberia’s health sector and what is needed to have it functional as effectively as possible. It is of importance to all Liberians that we once more flag this issue, few days after dedicated another editorial in which we informed Government and its partners of the exigency the situation poses on the sector, about two years after another devastating health catastrophe.

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FOR SO LONG LIBERIANS yearn for solutions to the heaps of problems that confronted and continue to beset agendas for holistic and unequivocal resuscitation of the governance processes upon which progress or failure hinges depending how it is done.

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IT IS WORRYING that the Liberian government through its Ministry of Health is yet to identify or diagnose ‘the strange disease’ said to be responsible for the death of eleven persons in Greenville, Sinoe County as well as Monrovia, with reports that citizens are fleeing into safety in other areas of the county not yet affected.

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