HOUSTON (PRWEB) September 13, 2018
Moses Kulo, an award-winning teacher, researcher, adviser, supporter of George Weah, and vice chairman of Global Fundraising Committee trained in Walden University and Prairie View A&M who collaborated with his fellow Liberians to craft the Constitution of the Liberian Association of Greater Houston, has completed his new book “George Weah Taking on 170-Year Challenges of Liberia”: a searing social-political commentary on the state of Liberia.
Author Kulo writes about the problem from the grassroots level: “Strauss (2016) identifies the most challenging problems facing Africa as lack of economic growth, unemployment, poor education, poverty, ill health, violence, and corruption in governments. These are the issues that make it harder for development to take place in Liberia. These problems are not unknown to Liberians and their leaders. The real question is why these challenges have not been solved? Many leaders, private citizens, international communities, and governments had tried and failed because those in government in Liberia had no real desire, motivation, and determination to solve those problems. For nearly two hundred years, Liberian leaders favor the country’s well-known saying: ‘Monkey works baboon draws.’”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Moses Kulo’s new book is a rare, engaging academic work that proves to be as much a portrait of Liberia as it is a portrait of its leader. Kulo’s work will open eyes and empower with knowledge those who can take steps to support President Weah and the progress of this fertile nation.
Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase “George Weah Taking on 170-Year Challenges of Liberia” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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