The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".
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DARE TO BECOME

By Atty. Al-Varney Rogers  Women in Liberia are breaking barriers by taking on roles in fields traditionally dominated by men. While active leadership roles are reserved for men in Liberia, Madam Sonda Geepea Wilson has broken the

The Quest For Justice Is At Hand!!!

By Gideon Nma Scott, Jr. Since the end of the civil war in Liberia, there has been a quest for justice, especially for the at least 250,000 people who lost their lives and the millions more who were subjected to various forms of

Where There is Smoke, There is Fire!

By Gideon Nma Scott, Jr. 'Where there is smoke, there is fire' is an age-old Liberian adage that denotes a warning, curiosity, or a sign of something familiar or unexpected, especially when your surrounding seems uncertain to fathom;