Operation We Care for Liberia (OWCL)

"Liberians need a form of relief from the people who have terrorized their country for the past 25 years and dehumanized the population" – Bernard Gbayee Goah

The Problem is, they keep equating the Absence of War with Peace in Liberia…

By Bernard Gbayee Goah President, Operation We Care for Liberia They were wrong…, Liberians were wrong, and are still wrong for equating the Absence of War in Liberia with peace. … Continue reading

October 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

Liberia Must Stop This “Give Me, Give Me” Behavior…

By Bernard Gbayee Goah Liberia is a major producer of Iron Ore. • And apparently; over 99% of iron ore is commercially used for steel making. Steel is used in … Continue reading

October 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

If Justice for Chad and Sudan is a must, how about justice for Liberia?

Written by Bernard Gbayee Goah President, Operation We Care For Liberia The more we ignore the level of madness that visited Liberia; The more we ignore that countless number of … Continue reading

October 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

Accountability Is Lacking in Liberia

Democracy cannot flourish in Liberia because accountability is lacking. President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia must not be allowed to provide cover for persons who have committed unspeakable atrocities in her … Continue reading

October 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

WAR CRIMES COURT FOR LIBERIA IS NECESSARY

  Written by Bernard Gbayee GoahPresident, Operation We care for Liberia The exponential increase in the lack of public trust and confidence in President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s ability to lead the … Continue reading

December 2, 2013 · Leave a comment

Liberia Ten Years On – Corruption and Accountability Remain Country’s Biggest Challenges

BY BLAIR GLENCORSE Source: http://allafrica.com/stories/201308161353.html?viewall=1 ANALYSIS A decade ago on August 18th, 2003, the Accra Comprehensive Peace Agreement brought Liberia’s 14 year civil war to an end. As this small … Continue reading

August 16, 2013 · Leave a comment

The guns are now silent, how about going home???

By Bernard Gbayee Goah President, Operation We Care for Liberia The first mass exodus of Liberians from their homeland began in the early 1980s following the overthrow of President William … Continue reading

July 9, 2012 · Leave a comment
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