Liberia: Presidential Candidate Ordered Arrested
One of the twenty presidential candidates in October's polls is facing legal dragnet as he is being ordered arrested by the City Court of Monrovia, this paper gathered from court… Read more »
Liberia: Muka On AVC's Back
An independent candidate in the October's polls for District #14, Montserrado County, is mounting pressure to dethrone current Representative, Abraham V. Conneh (AVC) as he has… Read more »
Liberia: Street-Selling Kids Lament Conditions
Children involved in street-selling across Monrovia are said to be at risk and subjected to other form of abuses as they are denied right to basic primary education. Read more »
Liberia: President Sirleaf Johnson's Support to VP Remains Unhindered
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says her support to the presidential bid of Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai remains unhindered. Vice President Jospeh Nyumah Boakai has since… Read more »
Liberia: Weah's CDC Struggles
The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) seems to be finding it hard to extinguish hovering claims of President Ellen Johnson support it is receiving to bolster its chances for… Read more »
Liberia: 'Don't Badmouth Politicians'
Bishop of the Mission for Today Holy Church has warned young people not to badmouth any candidates in the race in the name of politics because one cannot predict what the future… Read more »
Liberia: Complaints Filed Against Fornati Koffa to NEC
Though the National Elections Commission (NEC) accredited and qualified Cllr. Fornati Koffa to contest the legislative seat in District #2, Grand Kru County, all seems not to be… Read more »
Liberia: PUL, Fejal Conduct Safety Training for Journalists
The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) in collaboration with the Female Journalist Association of Liberia (FeJAL) has embarked on safety training for journalists throughout the country… Read more »
Liberia: U.S. Judge Links Govt to Jailed LFA VP Deals
In his ruling against former Liberia Football Association (LFA) Vice President, a U.S. Judge indicted the Liberian government of being connected to the shady deals Mr. Cassel Kuoh… Read more »
Liberia: Impeachment Imminent?
The House of Representatives has endorsed decision from its judiciary committee to suspend its rules regarding the impeachment process of three associate justices of the Supreme… Read more »
Liberia: Commerce Ministry Commits to Agenda for Transformation
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has committed itself to contributing to Liberia's agenda for transformation by engaging with numerous stakeholders in pursuing the objectives… Read more »
Liberia: Snowe Detests Impeachment
Representative Edwin Snowe (Mont. Co) is putting up the stiffest of resistance against any machination, any plan and attempt to get at any of the justices of the Supreme Court… Read more »
Liberia: Supreme Court Gets More Lashes
The Supreme Court of Liberia continues to receive litany of whippings since it ruled against the Code of Conduct in favor of Messrs Harrison Karnwea of the Liberty Party and… Read more »
Liberia: Sen. Protempore Jallah Decries 'Immorality'
The unprecedented increase in acts of immorality practiced exclusively for financial gains has claimed the attention of the Senate Protempore of the Liberian Senate Armah Zolu… Read more »
Liberia: Boakai-Nuquay Ticket 'Hiccup'
Information gathered by this paper revealed that Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay is reportedly supporting a People Unification Party candidate over a Unity Party candidate in Margibi… Read more »
Liberia: HIV Testing, Counseling Awareness Launched
The National AIDS Commission (NAC) launches HIV testing and counseling awareness as means of combating the fight against the virus. Read more »
Liberia: AMEU Commences Master Program September
The African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) is expected to commence its master degree program by September of this year. Addressing a news conference Monday, August 7, 2017,… Read more »
Liberia: Methodist Bishop Seeks 'Back to the Soil'
Since taking office at the beginning of 2017, Bishop Samuel J. Quire, Jr. has been getting a feel for the job as spiritual leader for Liberia's United Methodists and crafting his… Read more »
Liberia: Youth Advocates Prefer Cummings to Weah
Amidst the ongoing campaign process across the country, individuals representing youth advocacy groups say they prefer Alexander Cummings of the Alternative National Congress (ANC)… Read more »
Liberia: 'Cultural Heritage Forgotten'
The standard bearer of the opposition United People's Party (UPP) has acknowledged that leaders of Liberia have all forgotten the country's rich cultural heritage, a situation that… Read more »
Liberia: UP Still in Rift?
While the departure from the Unity Party (UP) of top partisan Gbezhongar Findley was still being grappled with by partisans and other Liberians with just about 70 days to October's… Read more »
Liberia: National Inter-Political Parties Festival Launch
In an effort to maintain the level of peace currently being enjoyed by all Liberians as well as foreign nationals, a group monitoring the 2017 general and presidential elections… Read more »
Liberia: PUL Prezy Slams Divisive Politics in Grand Kru
The President of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has slammed as enemy of progress, citizens of Grand Kru County Students from Grand Kru County who are indulged in propagating… Read more »
Liberia: Dreams Not Achieved
Prince Yates was on vacation in Liberia to experience the wonders of her beloved country and affections of grandmother and other family members, but little she knew death was just… Read more »
Liberia: UBA Liberia MD Encourages Cuttington Graduates
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of United Bank for Africa (Liberia) has called on recipients of Associate Degree of the University Junior College to remain… Read more »
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