‘All Liberians 18 and Above Must Register to Vote’

[Observer] All Liberians from the age of 18 and above are required to register to vote in the up-coming Voter Registration Exercise, scheduled to be held from February 1 through March 7, 2017.

[Observer] All Liberians from the age of 18 and above are required to register to vote in the up-coming Voter Registration Exercise, scheduled to be held from February 1 through March 7, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Dependency, Dishonesty Cause Corruption

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday said her administration did not fully meet its anti-corruption pledge she made in 2006 not because of lack of political will but because of the stubborn tendency of dependency and dishonesty cultivat…

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday said her administration did not fully meet its anti-corruption pledge she made in 2006 not because of lack of political will but because of the stubborn tendency of dependency and dishonesty cultivated from years of deprivation and poor governance in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

University/CNSC – Intensify Professionalization of Courses

[Cameroon Tribune] As government universities begin to embrace professionalization of courses, students can become optimistic of employment because skills received during studies tailor with the need of local companies. Within this goal of meeting the …

[Cameroon Tribune] As government universities begin to embrace professionalization of courses, students can become optimistic of employment because skills received during studies tailor with the need of local companies. Within this goal of meeting the needs of the job market the University of Douala reached out on an agreement with the Cameroon National Shippers Council, CNSC, a public administrative institution working in the area of transport and logistics.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Jammeh’s Exit and Government Properties

[Foroyaa] Ex-President Jammeh has made an exit. Good governance provides the basis for a leader to occupy executive power for a short while and then go back to civilian life. This is what is expected in a sovereign republic. Term limits are set and exe…

[Foroyaa] Ex-President Jammeh has made an exit. Good governance provides the basis for a leader to occupy executive power for a short while and then go back to civilian life. This is what is expected in a sovereign republic. Term limits are set and executive power is entrusted based on the consent of the people.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia