Liberian President Sirleaf Wants To Retire 'Gracefully'
Addressing a wide range of issues in a rare radio interview, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said Liberians will miss her for her resolve to get the country's broken system and infrastructure back on track.
Observer, 23 November 2017
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says cannot wait to see the end of the current electoral impasse and to see the runoff held so she may retire. In a conversation with LBS director… Read more »
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
This is Africa, 23 November 2017
Today we remember a historic day when Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became the first woman in African to be elected president, voted to lead her country Liberia in 2006. Read more »
Liberia: 'Clear Stupidity'
NEWS, 23 November 2017
President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has termed as 'clear stupidity' rumors that she has a hospital in South Africa. Read more »
Some partisans have been furious at President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for what they say is her lackluster attitude towards the presidential bid of the party's new standard bearer, ... Read more »
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has withdrawn the controversial Presidential Transition Bill which sought to compel the state to provide some services - including security - for ... Read more »