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Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh

Posted on July 23, 2014

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ISBN 978-0-913491-41-6
Library of Congress Number: 2016948006
Published July, 2016


Library of Congress Control Number:

ISBN (10): 0-913491-90-X
ISBN (13):

Political Commentary
Reflections on Liberia

Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh

The New KP Liberian Writers Series No. 8

Publication Date:  December 2014
If you want to order directly from the Author,
us the information below.

You can use the Author's business account at Wells Fargo bank, account #3497149850 or his mailing address to deposit or mail future book orders. 
Gee's Hope & Caring Assisting Living Account # 3497149850 - Well's Fargo bank or mail check or money order to:
Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh
1360 Ox Bridge Way
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

Call him at this this number 1-770-896-5873

The Author

Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh is the founder and publisher of
The Liberian Dialogue Political Website.  
He is a longtime political activist.  
Mr. Sungbeh and his lovely wife, Geebly and their children reside in Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA.

If you want to order from the Publisher directly,
Click on this.  Use your credit card or your paypal account. Any problem going through or for further information please call
Dr. Taryor at 401-545-9073.

     Government & Politics in Liberia

Some Blurbs

What are Mr. Sungbeh's Colleague's Saying about His Forthcoming Book?

Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh was an indomitable young cadre of the Liberian progressive movement in the 1970s when a whirl of events was sweeping Liberia. The peculiar pitfalls of the Liberian nation sifted through his consciousness, spurring his resolutions to become a political commentator. This book is the epitome of his 34-year incisive commentary on Liberia's inchoate political scene.

Ray Martin Toe

Associate editor

Sea Breeze Journal for Contemporary Liberian Writings

Political Commentary and Reflections on Liberia: 1980 - 2014 reminds me of Alan Paton’s popular novel Cry, the Beloved Country. While the novel used fictitious characters, Sungbeh’s Political Commentary and Reflections on Liberia talks about both the living and dead, to whom his commentary and reflections are based. The book discusses pregnant issues and at the same time, speaks truth to POWER without fear or intimidation. It is a must read!

~ Siahyonkron Jglay Kpa-kay Nyanseor –Chair, Liberian Democratic Future. Publisher of 
The   Lawrenceville, GA


"Such a timely book on the political excesses of the past and present that continues to engulf Liberia! Sungbeh chronicles this in more than three decades of writing as a political commentator and activist. This book is essential for anyone who cares about the future of Liberia and wants to do something to change it to make it better for the next generation."

J. Kpanneh Doe, Executive Director, 
Liberian Professionals for Grassroots Democracy



Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh was reared in the Borough of New Kru Town located on the outskirt of the city of Monrovia. He spent much of his early years in that multiethnic, multicultural neighborhood where he was nurtured in learning the values of education, community, hard work, and compassion for the marginalized and disadvantaged. Those formative years were crucial in shaping Sungbeh’s views, his values and the issues that confronts his beloved Liberia.

Lifelong learning and education was always a core foundation in Sungbeh’s upbringing. He attended school in urban and rural Liberia, obtaining his primary and secondary education both in Monrovia and mission schools in Sinoe County—one of the political subdivisions of Liberia, and home of his parents. Sungbeh’s motivation for learning continued after completing the then William R. Tolbert high school (Dihdwo Tweh high school) in 1977. Through the years, he acquired his B.S.M. M.M., MPA in management and public administration, and is currently a doctoral candidate at Walden University School of Public Policy and Administration.

While Sungbeh has obtained valuable education, his passion has always been writing and political activism. During the early days of the Perspective Magazine, Sungbeh served as editorial writer and Associate Editor of that revered and trailblazing magazine. Sungbeh, however, left the Perspective to start his own political web magazine, The Liberian Dialogue, in 2002. And for over a decade, he has been the publisher and editor of that renowned web magazine – “a non-partisan, issue-oriented magazine dedicated to creating a forum for the exchange of ideas among Liberians and others in discussing our country’s future.”

Sungbeh’s passion for writing, however, has continued for more than three decades from his high school days and his time as a cadet at the Press Bureau of the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism. Sungbeh has become one of Liberia’s seasoned political writers. 

Not known to run away from controversial issues, Sungbeh has written widely, passionately, and vigorously about the ills of the Liberian society; always taking on the high and mighty. This has won him friends, critics, and enemies through the years, and he has not relented in his convictions. Sungbeh has dealt with all issues in his writings. However, If there is one issue he has written passionately about in recent times, it is the neglect policymakers have shown towards the sea erosion crisis in the Borough of New Kru Town - his hometown, which has destroyed homes and made lives miserable for residents.

At the community level, Sungbeh has worked and volunteered his time, energy, and resources serving in many leadership capacities including that of President of the then Liberian Community Association of Georgia (LCAG), Regional Chair, National Krao Association in the Americas, Southeastern Chair, Liberian People’s Party, (LPP) USA, Union Leader, Assistant (Elections) Provisional Manager for Gwinnett County, Prescient captain and poll watcher, Democratic Party of Lawrenceville, Georgia, and Convention Chair, New Kru Town Association in the Americas (Atlanta), among others.

In an effort to make his writings of more than thirty years accessible to the public, Sungbeh’s  Political Commentary and Reflections:  was written. With his trademark candor and no-holds bar forthrightness, Sungbeh discusses the most compelling issues of our time by providing readers with an illuminating guide to Liberian politics, and the way forward.

Sungbeh is married with four children. He and his wife Geebly live in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

- J. Kpanneh Doe

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