Anti-Corruption Commission Wants Weah Declare Assets
President-elect George Manneh Weah and the majority of the Legislature have yet to declare their assets as required under the Code of Conduct, says Cllr. Augustine Toe, acting… Read more »
CDC On Fast-Track Corruption Court
The in-coming government of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has taken position on the fight against corruption, a menace that has impeded the country from its development… Read more »
U.S. to Join South Africa in Bringing War Criminals to Justice [column]
The sensational year-end arrest and bail hearing in Cape Town of convicted international arms trader Guus Kouwenhoven has brought the terrible decades-long Liberian civil war back… Read more »
Why Wouldn't President Trump Refer to African Nations and Haiti As 'Shithole' Countries?
I condemn in the strongest possible terms and absolutely stand against the President of the United States Donald Trump 'shithole' remark and his long string of racial provocations.… Read more »
Gray Gets More Backing
Momentum is growing within the ranks and file of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) over the choice of Representative Acarous Gray as the party's candidate for the… Read more »
President Sirleaf Delivers Final Farewell Message to the Nation, Thanks God for the Drive to Exhaust All Possibilities
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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has delivered her farewell message to the nation. She recounted: "12 years ago, on the 26th of January, 2006, I had the privilege to address you,… Read more »
"I'll Not Fail You"
The President-elect George Weah has assured Liberians that he will not fail the country. Read more »
Weah Talks Tough
If only he complements his promises, tough-talking posture to seriously practical actions, President- elect George Weah would go down in history as the true messiah Liberians… Read more »
What's in President-Elect George Weah Inauguration Budget?
Officials are putting the final touches on what would be nearly a week of celebrations for President-elect George Manneh Weah's inauguration as President on Monday, January 22nd.… Read more »
New Speaker Promises to 'Rebrand' Legislature
The 54th Liberian legislature seems set to 'rebrand' itself after electing a controversial and tough-talking Maryland County representative as speaker and Grand Kru Senator as… Read more »
Double Land Sale Fueling Land Dispute in Liberia
Land conflict stems from the foundation of Liberia between the settlers and the indigenous, but today the foremost problem is the double sale of land. Read more »
Wives of officers of the Armed Forces of Liberia have vowed to repeat their strike action again until the government settles its financial obligations to their husbands. This puts… Read more »
Gender Minister Cassel Surrenders in Debt Case
The Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection Julia Ducan Cassel has surrendered herself to the Commercial Court at the Temple of Justice a week after she was ordered… Read more »
Welcome Mr. & Mrs. 54th, Please Be 'Honorable' [editorial]
MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018 Maryland County District #2 Representative Bhofal Chambers was elected as the new Speaker of the House of Representatives in Liberia. Another name, which… Read more »
UP Expulsion Is 'Fun'
Unity Party (UP) announced expulsion of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and three others from the party has hit against the wall, with Senator Commany Wesseh terming the action as… Read more »