Liberia: Speaker Desperate for Power
By nature, human beings are addicted to certain things as they like to be in place of relevance. At times, this gives rise to undermining and/or wishful actions. But while those in… Read more »
Liberia: 'Insensitive Country, Insensitive People'
Former minister of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Rev. Dr. Laurence K. Bropleh has branded Liberia as an insensitive country with insensitive people. Former minister… Read more »
Liberia: Internal Wrangling Hits Radio Cape Mount
This paper has reliably gathered that 'internal wrangling' has hit Radio Cape Mount 102.4MHz with aggrieved staff of the station reportedly resolving not to work with the current… Read more »
Liberia: 'Bogus Deal'
Nimba County Senator Prince Y. Johnson has described steel giant ArcelorMittal's operations in the country as bogus. The Nimba County lawmaker made the allegation over the weekend… Read more »
Liberia: 'Remarkable Performance'
The district five representative of Grand Bassa County, Robertson Siaway has indicated that the people of his district are satisfied with his performance over the years and they… Read more »
Liberia: Increasing Exchange Rate Stirs Queries
The astronomical increment in the local currency to the United States dollars in the foreign exchange market has rather offered more questions than answers, as many business people… Read more »
Liberia: Fejal Demands Public Apology
The Female Journalists Association of Liberia (FeJAL) said it seriously condemn the diatribes used against the person and character of one of its members, Mrs. Estelle Liberty… Read more »
Liberia: Looming Health Hazards - the Case of Mineral Water Companies in Liberia
This paper has reliably gathered that if nothing is quickly done by relevant government entities in Liberia to inspect various mineral water factories in the country, large portion… Read more »
Liberia: For Poor Quality, Shabby Environments - Water Companies in Trouble
Many Liberians and foreign nationals residing in the country have red-flagged three mineral water companies in Monrovia for poor quality and shabby environments. Read more »
Liberia: 'Stay Neutral'
The Secretary General of the Liberia Council of Churches (LCC), Atty. James Y. Gayflor, has warned county coordinators of the voter registration and civic education exercise not to… Read more »
Liberia: Poor Economy - Sign of Conflict
The founder and executive director of Hope for Women and Children Incorporated, Alfred Cassell says Liberia may repeat its ugly past of conflict due to reigning insecurity,… Read more »
Liberia: 'Worst & Divisive Leadership'
A former Liberian journalist now lawyer, Cllr. Sayma Syrenius Cephus has termed President Ellen Johnson's leadership as the worst in the history of the country. Read more »
Liberia: Ellen - a Witness to Liberia's Woes
Liberia's 78 years old President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf admitted that she has witnessed different stages of the country's woes, ranging from civil unrest, dictatorship, anarchy,… Read more »
Liberia: On Local Governance Act - Lawmakers Cautioned
A citizen of Sinoe County, Geeplayn Yensuah, has cautioned member of the 53rd national legislature to carry out more awareness and sensitization on the Local Governance Act… Read more »
Liberia: YPLS Hosts Inter-Party Youth Debate Series
The Youth Political Leadership School (YPLS) has organized an inter-party youth debate series among four political parties to disclose their party's manifesto to the people on… Read more »
Liberia: Still in Cuff
Having delivered 11 Annual Addresses to the nation since 2007 in keeping with the Liberian Constitution, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Monday performed the last of those… Read more »
Liberia: Sen. Johnson Chides Lawmakers
Amidst ongoing economic challenges coupled with recent trouble in the telecommunication sector, Bomi County Senator, Sando Johnson, has chided members of the 53rd national… Read more »
Liberia: Breaking the Who's Glass Ceiling
This year, the World Health Organization will elect a new Director-General. Last September, WHO member states nominated six candidates for the position: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,… Read more »
Liberia: 'National Joker'
Montserrado County electoral district eight Representative and stalwart of the opposition political party, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Acarous Moses Gray says… Read more »
Liberia: Bong County Lawmaker Wants
As Liberians prepares for the pending October 10, 2017 general and presidential elections, Bong County Representative George Mulbah is rallying massive support for pre-trail… Read more »
Liberia: Chinese Open Modern Clinic in Liberia
Modern Equipment At The Clinic Ward In a bid to solving several medical complications and to further enhance the healthcare delivery system, a new modern Chinese clinic has opened… Read more »
Liberia: PUL Takes U.S.$100,000 Lawsuit for Out of Court Settlement
With the intervention of its newly inducted president, the Press Union of Liberia, PUL, has taken the long standing US$100,000 lawsuit for out of court settlement. The money was… Read more »
Liberia: Bridge Students Demonstrate Over Delayed Payment of Teachers' Salaries
Several students from the J. W. Pearson School operated under the Bridge Project run by the Ministry of Education took to the principle streets of Monrovia on Monday in demand for… Read more »
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