Power to the People Or Foreigners? -President Pushes for White Land Ownership

President George Weah has proposed a constitutional amendment that would allow foreigners including whites to own land and obtain Liberian citizenship. Restrictions on citizenship and property ownership have posed serious impediment to Liberia’s development and...

Who Using State Resources for Campaign?

The Carter Center election observation mission in Liberia has highlighted several issues associated with the ongoing electoral process in the country including concern that some unnamed candidates are using state resources on campaign activities. Political...

Nation Backs Boakai Ruling Party’s Candidates’ Tested Integrity Attracts Multitude

Several hundred thousand supporters of the ruling Unity Party Saturday, September 16, defied heavy downpour of rain and locked down the city of Monrovia in an unprecedented show of support for the party’s presidential...

Reject Unprepared Weah -Boakai

Vice President Joseph Boakai Wednesday told voters the runoff presidential election is for those who are prepared and have workable policy prescriptions to address the nation’s problem and make its economy competitive and productive...

Election Was Designed To Be Rigged -Boakai

Liberia's Vice-President has quietly occupied the executive backseat for 12 years, but in light of electoral fraud he believes snatched away his chance at the presidency, Joseph Boakai is unleashing himself. Known as Sleepy Joe...

Taylor’s ex-wife Denied bail

A British court on Friday denied bail to an ex-wife of jailed former Liberian president Charles Taylor, ahead of her trial on charges of torture during his rebellion. Agnes Reeves Taylor, who lives in east...

Judges Sentenced to Death’

The President of the National Association of Trial Judges of Liberia (NATJL) Roosevelt Z. Wellie says the national government is sentencing judges and magistrates to premature death by providing low salaries and others benefits. “We...

CDC’s Rally Risks Cancellation

The opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) did not inform the National Elections Commission about its scheduled August 19, 2017 campaign rally and could be annulled in accordance with rules, NEC Chair Cllr. Jerome...

Nailed! S/Court Upholds Disqualification of COC Violator

The Supreme Court has upheld the rejection and disqualification of Montserrado County district # 15 representative aspirant Abu Kamara for violating the Code of Conduct for public officials and government employees. Chief Justice Francis S....

Experts Hold Weah To Education, Job in Tackling Country’s Problem

Just two weeks after Liberia’s runoff election where the country realized its first democratic transfer of power, and 12 years after boasting the election of Africa’s first female president, experts say the country must...