President Sirleaf Harshly criticized by Fellow Nobel Prizewinner Leymah Gbowee

Uh oh looks like Ellen put the Nobel Peace Prize Medal on her dresser too long and aint sharing.. Fellow Nobel Prize winner came down harsh with criticism on her ruling,her main criticism is that Presdent Sirleaf hasnt done much for poverty in Liberia, and she put her 3 sons in the most crucial high positions, Robert is head of the state oil company and a senior economic advisor; Fumba is head of the National Security Agency; and Charles is deputy governor of the Central Bankn (although he is currently suspended for failing to declare his assets).

To this end, the judges awarded the Peace Prize jointly to three women, recognizing their "non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work". Of the three, two were Liberian: President Ellen Johnson SirleafAfrica's first female head of state, and the much less well-known Leymah Gbowee, a civil society activist recognized for her role in helping women mobilise to endLiberia's long civil war.

A year later, and that status has just suffered a massive blow – one delivered from a most unexpected quarter (at least as far as international observers were concerned; the news came as less of a shock in Liberia). After holding her silence, fellow laureate Gbowee decided she could not do so in good conscience any more, quitting her position as head of the government's Peace and Reconciliation Commission and launching a scathing attack on the president's record.
"I've been through a process of really thinking and reflecting and saying to myself 'you're as bad as being an accomplice for things that are happening in the country if you don't speak up,'" Ms Gbowee told the BBC's Focus on Africa radio programme.

And when tomorrow history is judging us all let it be known that we spoke up and we didn't just sit down.In August, President Sirleaf suspended her son, Charles, as central bank deputy governor for failing to declare his assets.Another son, Fumba, is head of the National Security Agency, while a third, Robert, is a senior adviser and chairman of the state-owned National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL).This is wrong and I think it is time for her to put him aside.He's a senior economic adviser and that's well and good - but to chair the oil company board - I think it's time he stepped aside.In her first term she developed infrastructure. But what good is infrastructure if people don't have enough to eat?" she told the AFP news agency in Paris, where she is promoting the French edition of her book Mighty Be Our Powers..Development in a land of hungry, angry people is nothing.The gap between the rich and poor is growing. You are either rich or dirt poor, there's no middle class.