Senator Prince Johnson Confused About October 10?
Prince Y. Johnson is known for many characteristics in Liberia: a merciless rebel leader, a politician and a clergyman. Read more »
Supreme Court Decides Korkoya's Fate Today
A decision is expected today on whether or not Cllr. Jerome G. Korkoya will remain as head of the National Elections Commission (NEC). Read more »
PYJ, Weah Fail!
A report by the Institute for Research and Democratic Development on the performance of the 53rd Liberian Legislature for 2016 has graded both Senators George Manneh Weah of… Read more »
PSDI Audit 'A Witch Hunt' - James Kollie Exposes Strains With Finance Minister in Letter to President Sirleaf
Just days after the leak of a preliminary draft audit on the Private Sector Development Initiative (PDSI) which spurred a ricochet criticisms amongst Liberians and international… Read more »
VP Boakai Wants Legislative Support
Vice President Boakai: "I do feel embarrassed that every time we face our partners, we are either asking them for a favor or thanking them for one we Read more »
'Apologize for Country-Congau Rhetoric' - Liberty Party Says UP Presidential Candidate Call 'A Little Too Late'
The Deputy Campaign Spokesperson for the opposition Liberty Party, Menipakei Dumoe says while the party welcomes the recent caution from Vice President Joseph Boakai toward his… Read more »
Chief Justice Korkpor Inducts Two Judges Into Office
Chief Justice Francis S. Korkpor has inducted into office two judges at the Temple of Justice. Read more »
'We Must Make Margibi a Pup County'
Speaker Nuquay and Citizens of Margibi parading A founding member and a member of the governing council of the People's Unification Party or PUP Speaker James Emmanuel Nuquay says,… Read more »
War-Affected Youths Acquire Skills
Camp for Peace Liberia (CFP) - a local NGO with support from the United States Workers Union of Canada, has ended two days business training for youths in Zorzor and Salayea… Read more »
The White-Chickens At Capitol Hill
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development or IREDD's Legislative Report Card for 2016 has painted a grim picture for members of the House of Representatives and the… Read more »
Voters' Registration Row
The fallouts from the just ended exhibition of the voters' registration roll have reached the Plenary of the Liberian Senate.The Senate has summoned the board of commissioners of… Read more »
National Elections Commission Reschedules Snowe, Karmo Hearing
Lawyers representing the legal interest of Representative Edwin Melvin Snowe (Montserrado County, District-6) in the case Edwin Melvin Snowe vs, Samuel Gayah Karmo (UP-District-1… Read more »
'UL to Offer Phd Degree'
The political leader of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, says his administration will ensure that the University of Liberia offers the PhD… Read more »
Revised Fishery Guidelines Won't Ignore Public Concerns - LMA
The Liberia Maritime Authority (LMA), which is the new supervisory entity of the National Fishery Bureau (BNF), disclosed that the new fishery guidelines will not ignore the… Read more »
'Partisan Judges Will Be Chastised'
Chief Justice Francis Korkpor yesterday warned judges who are aligned with political parties to immediately desist from the act. Read more »