Another Oil Company Pulls out

Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited booked an impairment of $15.6m after surrendering rights to license offshore Liberia. COPL said it continued to focus on developing its attractive oil appraisal and development project in OPL 226, offshore...

From Obscurity to Favorite: How Joseph Boakai Has Transformed The Unity Party into...

He has been a relatively unknown figure in the government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for nearly ten years. He has played the role of a Vice President to the letter: loyal, quiet, dutiful,...

Calling Me Footballer is Racism – George Weah

Political rhetoric has flared from all sides in the 2017 elections. But this week the main opposition candidate Senator George Weah hit overdraft with his when responding to jib from the leader of the...

I’m Not Qualified Weah’s Foreign Minister Confesses

Foreign Minister designate Gbehnzogar Findley told members of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Wednesday he has no experience in the filed of foreign policy to contribute to President George Weah's pro-poor...

Forgotten Oil – Why NO One Seeking ‘Pro-poor’ Job at NOCAL

The current state of the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) presents clear evidence that government jobs is not about public service but an opportunity for people with access to power to accumulate wealth. Once...

Bility, Liberty Party Lied – Party’s Campaign Manager Faces US$2.4million ‘Criminal’ Case In...

The New Democrat Newspaper has obtained judicial document from a count seated in the Abuja Federal Capital Territory confirming Liberty Party Campaign Manager Mr. Musa Hassan Bility is facing a US$2.4million criminal Case in...

‘Harmful’ Supermarket

Abi Jaoudi Supermarket has pleaded guilty to “willfully and deliberately selling and maintaining expired food commodities and other consumable goods on the Liberian market, Commerce and Industry Minister Wilson Tarpeh has told reporters in...

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...

The End! Jurists’ opinions on CoC Kill Rejected legislative, Presidential Aspirants’ Dreams

Hearing its first Code of Conduct case Tuesday in Monrovia, Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia restated the constitutionality of the law, frowned on its violators and referenced the two-year resignation clause stipulated...

Ellen Submits Bill to Amend PFM Law

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has submitted to the legislature for enactment into law a bill to amendment the Public Finance Management Law to resolve contains gaps and oversights that could be detrimental to the...