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Hey Stanley, thanks for your response. From your Perspective I can safely assume you had similar experience like me. However, you’re speaking more from a historical context and I fail to agree with your opinions.
But for this time I’m particular about civics – the branch of social studies that focuses on the RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES of citizens.
Can you kindly share light on this? Why Liberian students aren’t taught their rights and responsibilities (civics) in high school? This creates a huge gap in Liberians understanding of Government, the Liberian constitution, and others.
Thank You Stanley, this is insightful!
This is it.
That’s important , Immanuel.
Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely no . But there should be measures to coordinate their activities accordingly. The Government must enforce regulation with marketing authorities and have marketers sell by schedule to observe social distancing methods and avoid overcrowding. The influx of buyers must be controlled by security officers also. People entering and leaving the market should be compel to wear face shield or nose mask at all times while washing hands constantly. Shutting markets down completely will cause socioeconomic havoc for all Liberians – buyers and sellers alike.
French Is been taught in Liberian schools in order to encourage bilingualism amongst Students. It also aims to prepare them to excel in the global society linguistically as French is one of the African Union’s Official language (among six) and one the top ten languages spoken globally, with over 200 million speakers. Liberians also stand to benefit the ease at which Communication comes when interacting with their counterparts from francophone Countries across the West African subregion.
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It’s always important to focus on keen words such as “describe”, “explain” , “list” and others. Learn to say the most essential I very few words and deliver quality. Don’t hold-on main idea for your last paragraph.
Shortages under any given circumstances occurs when demand for a particular commodity exceeds availability outputs or quantity supplied.
Months ago, we can allude the acute shortages of gasoline on the Liberian market to poor projection, very weak inventory systems & lapses in internal control and monitoring mechanisms at the LPRC, Ministry of Commerce, Liberia Port Authority or all other relevant actors.
Whether there was an increase in taxes that affected importation negatively or failure of Government to dredge the port, those authorities if effective and robust in executing their duties would’ve provided remedies through Policies or immediate actions to avert the long term effects.
But now, gasoline has hit an all time low globally – selling off negatively. Trade routes are affected likewise supply chains and production processes by COVID-19. Again, many consumers are indoor due to lockdown and the market is not favorable for petroleum products – limited flights and other socioeconomic activities. Liberia is no exception to this now.
Shortages of any given product is due to higher demand than output or quantity supplied.
Months ago at local levels, we could allude this to poor projections, a very weak inventory system & lapses in internal control mechanisms at LPRC, MOC, & LPA or all other relevant authorities monitoring the inflow of Gasoline on the Liberian market.
Now, the demand for gas is low and has hit an all time negative globally. Trade routes are affected likewise the supply chain and production processes by COVID-19. Many consumers are under lockdown and normal socioeconomic are stalled – Liberia is no exception to this.