Editorial

Koijee meets Malema
On 8 June 2018,Julius Malema of South Africa and Jefferson Koijee of Liberia were pictured on social media in a meeting the details of which are not yet public.However,social media reactions from young political enthusiasts across the continent have suggested that the two firebrand politicians discussed issues common to their struggles and potential opportunities for exchange of experiences, practices, and strategies in revolutionary engagements.
CDC Pro-Poor Government Hut Tax’s Historical Amnesia
Pro-Poor Policy of a government usually targets directly poor people s economic plight, which is due to the poverty they experienced in society. The goal of this policy is to improve their living standard. However, the Hut Tax re-introduced by the traditional Chiefs and Elders in Liberia resembles a reversed Robin Hood - intended to TAKE (Steal) from the POOR. Whereas, the Robin Hood and his Merry Men of Sherwood Forest took from the abusive and corrupt leaders what they stole from the poor and had it returned.
A good step against corruption
The INSIGHT is delighted over the President’s call for a full investigation into all standing contracts between the Ministry of Public Works and all construction companies in the country.

There are increasing reports of willful destruction of public infrastructure in many parts of the country, particularly Monrovia and parts adjacent.
The INSIGHT Newspaper, in one of its editorials during the course of last week made a passionate appeal to the honorable Liberian Senate to see reasons to confirm Madam Mary Broh as Director General of the General Services Agency (GSA).
Teachers of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) have declared a “go slow” action until the government of Liberia can realize that they, too, deserve a “better life”.
The Decent Work Bill seems to be going through a brewing process that is strenuous and its final product should be very much satisfying and thirst quenching.
Economic justice requires that each individual has adequate resources to survive, to develop and thrive, and to give back in service to the community.
Liberians have again found themselves in another series of public debates since President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf nominated Madam Mary Broh to the General Services Agency (GSA) as its Director General.
There are increasing reports of willful destruction of public infrastructure in many parts of the country, particularly Monrovia and parts adjacent.
Last week, the Ministry of Justice through the Solicitor General, Madam Betty Larmin Blamo, indicated that some audit reports submitted to the Justice Ministry are not convincing enough to prosecute those indicted by the report.
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