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Mr. Mulbah K. Morlu Jr.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
E 03 1600 Clifton Road
Atlanta , Georgia 30333
United States

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Employment History

  • Chairman
    Forum for the Establishment
  • Chairman
  • Human Right Activist
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Mulbah Morlu, an executive ..., 24 Sept 2012 [cached]
Mulbah Morlu, an executive of the CDC when contacted by FrontPageAfrica in Monrovia said the statement by the President puts the final piece to the puzzle the CDC has been trying to put together for so many years on why even though it enjoyed populous support among in Liberia it lost the 2005 elections when all seemed to be on course.
"The confessions coming out of Madam Sirleaf's own mouth clearly shows that the 2005 elections result was not free or fair and lots of people were disenfranchised," said Morlu.
Continued Morlu: "So if you were to add the numbers from those voter registration cards that were ceased, it means that CDC's George Weah could possibly come victorious and it would have further minimized the margin between the two candidates."
Morlu thinks the revelation by the President away from home brings to question the credibility of the entire campaign strategy by the ruling Unity Party.
"It has to be widespread because for Madam Sirleaf to include that in a speech oversea indicates that it was not just one or two women that brought up this strategy to do what they did," he told FrontPageAfrica's correspondent in New York via a Skype call from Liberia.
News Files - Voice of Liberia [cached]
As Mulbah K. Morlu addresses TRC on August 1st, War Crimes Court advocacy group to collaborate with Catholic Church...An invitation has been extended the Chairman of the Forum for the Establishment of a war Crimes Court in Liberia, Mr. Mulbah K. Morlu, to address a hearing of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Friday, 1st August 2008 at the Centennial Memorial Pavilion in Monrovia. 
As Mulbah K. Morlu remains in a desperate search for political asylum and being the stooge and creature of his creators like the mediocre Wentor and few invisible hands, we will intellectually resist unprincipled men using the CDC as a vehicle for pre-eminence.
-An unyielding Legislative rebel base; a slipping Executive; a newspaper that becomes a proxy; a brutal Police Force; a crumbling country... by Mulbah K. Morlu, Jr.
A Country on Sale: When Reps Become Petty Traders
by Mulbah K. Morlu, Jr.
By Mulbah K. Morlu
Debunking the tomfoolery of a scoundrel. By Mulbah K. Morlu
Impeachment Petition Launched Against Liberian Leader
"A mind stretched by a new idea cannot go back to its original's time for masses consciousness" By Mulbah K. Morlu
By Mulbah K. Morlu, Jr.
Perils of the Golden Rule -The Ellen Presidency, Determining the end from the beginning by Mulbah K. Morlu, Jr. 
Warcrimeforum_Mulbah - Voice of Liberia, 30 July 2008 [cached]
An invitation has been extended the Chairman of the Forum for the Establishment of a war Crimes Court in Liberia, Mr. Mulbah K. Morlu, to address a hearing of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Friday, 1st August 2008 at the Centennial Memorial Pavilion in Monrovia. Mr. Morlu, who will be speaking on the theme "Youth in National Development & Leadership; Conflict Roles & the Future", will attempt to persuade Commissioners of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission about the need for the setting up of a war crimes tribunal to prosecute violators of international humanitarian law, and the widespread perpetration of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Liberia.
Mr. Morlu, who is also chairman of the Solidarity and Trust for a New Day, will open up on a wide range of issues, and will no-doubt zoom-in on key actors in Liberia's three branches of government who have expressed reluctance to appear before the commission.
LiberianForum.Com - Re: Mulbah Morlu issue, 30 June 2011 [cached]
Morlu meeting in hotel corridor.
From this point, many of whom read my recent statement about Morlu TRC premature involvement on the Liberians Forum website will come to realize that Mr. Mulbah Morlu is not really a good advocate; his words are hypothetical.
Mulbah Morlu Lots of you may not have any knowledge about Morlu's past covert activities outside of Liberia. Morlu is a criminal who has been using his Church connection to steal from his fellow Liberians on refugee camp in Ghana. Few years back, he organized his own resettlement program in Ghana which he used to overtly rob his fellow Liberian refugees in Ghana.
Mulbah Morlu
Morlu is a con-artist. He succeded in robing thousands of his fellow Liberian refugees on Buduburam camp in Ghana. He's a criminal and that will always be a part of him because its in his blood.
Look, I think Morlu has done his part in deceiving the Liberian as a human right activist but he has come to light to be a liar and a criminal. His group throught the secretary general has allege that morlu has fleet of car running around Monrovia. Where did he get all this money for these cars. This is a man who has ask the President of Liberia to resign for what he called corrupt system. Morlu is a crapped liar. He needs to shout his lying mouth and get away from the public.
Today I am glad that the light of truth is shining upon the shady character of Mulbah Morlu. The issue of Morlu's shady deeds in Ghana will be exposed. Morlu could have survived all these dubious acts if he could have quietly come to Liberia and hide under the canopy of the forgetfulness of the Liberians from Ghana. However he felt that Liberians are suffering from chronic amnesia.
Morlu must be condemn vehemently for not only his present lies and chicaneries but his past actions at Buduburam camp. Morlu should shut up. He is not worth the salt to criticise anybody.
I knew Morlu personally when I was living in Liberia. He didn't SEEM like a criminal, too much
Give Morlu the benefit of the doubt? Well, Dekonte, Morlu has had his time. At present, his credibility is under the microscope.
Earlier this year, Morlu claimed to have sealed a deal to meet Obama in Ghana, West Africa. Then, when Obama visited Ghana, news enmanating from Morlu's camp indicated that he held a 6-minute meeting with Obama. True or false?
Such a move can be construed as a repudiation of Morlu as a "gadfly" who seeks publicity for his selfish interests.
For sure, Johnson-Sirleaf is not a saint, but she rose from this Morlu flap as a fighter! Kudos to her!
Now Dekonte, having heard just a little from me about the gentleman (maybe Morlu is "ungentle) do you think Morlu deserves my benefit of the doubt? Morlu has to do a fence-mending job in order to gain back the trust of the Liberian people, especially me. Since Obama's return from Ghana, Morlu has had ample time to clear the smoke. But, the clouds and smoke continue to cover Morlu's immediate environment. He's been unable to address supporters of whom I was not one in the first place. Is Morlu apoplectic?
Accusations will ensue if Morlu does not act swiftly. Also, your request to grant him the benefit of the doubt may be ignored if Morlu continues to evade responsibility. He seems to be hiding behind the tree because of shame.
-Where is Morlu?
The mind of a neophyte such as Morlu is hard to predict! We just have to play the guessing game until Morlu shows up. Hang in there Dekonte. Once again, welcome to the Forum.
If indeed thousands were showing up, why did Morlu and a handful of supporters start writing placards the morning of the BIG march? He has never had more than a handful of people support his endeavors despite his bold rhetoric in the press. He did not meet w/President Obama.
Is Morlu a dreamer? I hope Morlu is not being understood as a dreamer who panics when he sees his own shadow in the water. It's a development that shapes up like that about him in recent weeks.
I have often said and will for the record state once again that Morlu has a credibility problem. Morlu's silence since Obama's trip to Ghana, Africa, is peculiar. Well, mistakes do occur. If he's made a bloody mistake by saying he met with Obama in Ghana, Morlu could untarnish his delusional self-esteem by declaring openly that an error was committed. But, Morlu is nowhere to be found.
Now look, you the reader might say, "well, how could such a mistake be made by Morlu"? Ladies and gentleman, these things sometimes happen strangely. Please emphasize "strangely" as the operative word! Boy Morlu could have thought he met with Obama in his dreams! Dream is a reality in Boy Morlu's world. Wouldn't you agree?
I am flabbergasted because of this boy, Morlu. At a time when Liberians are yarning for national development, Morlu is playing what amounts to card games. First, he predicted that throngs of people would demonstrate (remember March 7?) but, it didn't happen.
(2) Morlu is untrustworthy! It will be difficult henceforth for most Liberians to rally behind him because of his whacky views.
y people do you think it is an easy thing to see the president of the United States?Even people who are here in America don't see him, so how possible is it that Morlu will be able to meet with him in the corridor of his hotel. he first thing that should concern you is let Morlu tell you what hotel Obama and his family were lodging at.Morlu lived in Ghana for a while so he should know the name of the hotel the president was lodging in.One of my esteemed brethren recounted the scam of Morlu,Pst Bah and a woman who claimed that she inherited vast sum of $$$ because her husband was killed in the twin towers during the Sept 11 attacks; her name was Sheba.Morlu and that lady who came to be known in Ghana as 'Queen Sheba' were married in an elaborate wedding when Morlu living with his girlfriend at the time. e was living in Ghana as a minister of the gospel in training under the tutelage of Pst Amos Bah who himself is not without examination. hile it is true that we all have shortcomings in the profession of our faiths;it is different when it comes to those who do their deeds while wearing the cloak of the men of the cloth.Morlu had meetings upon meetings in Pst Bah's church explaining the resettlement program that 'his wife' had petitioned the US government for.People were told it was free but they had to register with 15,000cedis per person. hile the amount was seemingly insignificant,it did culminate into a mouth-watering cash for Morlu and his cohorts because tens of thousands of hapless refugees whose only sin was believing they would be resettled were robbed.Have any of you asked why Morlu left Ghana in a hurry?If the program was a genuine why wasn't Morlu resettled by his 'wife'? What extra connection does Morlu have that he would be granted access to Obama when some dignitaries in Ghana were denied access? The visit of Obama was so rushhed that a Saturday session had to be called of the Ghanaian Parliament so that he could address them. he Parliament does not meet on Saturdays unless it is an emergency, and in this case it was so they would be addressed by the US president.Obama's visit was so rushed that he met with both Rawlings and Kuffour together instead of individually as would have been the protocol. he question Morlu has to answer here is where was Obama residing and where did he meet him.
hy should we continue to allow dishonest and insincere people to rise to the top on our shoulders?One brother said that people's deeds follow them, and this is true in the case of Morlu. hen i first read that he was going to be meeting with Obama in Ghana i did not want to say anything because i knew we would have come to this point.i'm just surprised and hurt that there are Liberians who still feel that this brother met with Obama.Come on people,where is your sense of reasoning?
Does it matter whether Morlu met obama or not?
It does matter whether Obama and Morlu met. Jose, do you think it's good to be lied to? The Liberian people are fed up with leaders who have a troubled past.
So far, you're anti-Ellen because of atrocities you claim she committed during the days of rage. Now, does it make any sense for Morlu
Written by Mulbah K. Morlu, ... [cached]
Written by Mulbah K. Morlu, Jr
Mulbah K. Morlu, Jr. Stalwart and member, CDC
Who, How/Why, Mr. Morlu? Mr. Morlu,I have a few questions for you. (1) who expelled Mr. Macdonald A. Wento and why?
Who, How/Why, Mr. Morlu? I read the well written statement in response to the accusation allegely made against the standard bearer of CDC by Mr. Mulbah Morlu in the Monday, 12 November 2007 edition of Liberianforum online news outlet. I was impressed with the structure and precision of the of Mr. Acarous M. Gray's sentence constructions.
Equally, I was disappointed with the way Mr. Gray personally attacked Mulbah K. Morlu.
Morlu may have injured the image of the CDC, but remember apart from politics, we are all young people with a future.
Mr. Morlu, has a "trouble maker personality" this is why he was defying authorities for demonstration and so forth, this personality is similar to that of Mr. Gabriel.B. Mathews. let us watch for that of Morlu strategy.
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