Lawmakers Soliciting Money From Business People For Weah’s Inauguration

The House’s committee on Elections and Inauguration has circulated letters across the business community in Liberia begging for financial contribution to undertake the inauguration of President-elect George Weah. On January 22, Weah will be installed...

UP Enjoys Surging Support in Lofa

In their multitude, Lofa County’s citizens turned out at a rally in the provincial capital Voinjama to demonstrate their commitment in helping the ruling Unity Party win the October 10 votes. UP’s presidential candidate and...

Hoping Times- Weah Under Pressure To Deliver

Now that George Weah has emphatically won Liberia's presidency, an even more daunting task awaits: delivering tangible benefits to expectant supporters in the face of a gutted economy and waning donor support. Weah was...

Ellen’s Shame: Corruption, Poverty, Nepotism, Flawed Elections Dim First Woman President’s Legacy

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s handling of corruption and the messy 2017 elections are amongst key issues that would most certainly overshadow her 12 years in office. Elected in 2005 on the back of her near...

Global Partners Team Up to Help Transform Liberia’s Children

Good360, a global leader in product philanthropy and purposeful giving, has joined forces with More Than Me (MTM), a nonprofit using education as a catalyst for transformative social change for students in Liberia, in...

Tough Time: Lawyers Rally Support For Beleaguered S/Court Justices

Lawyers across the country Wednesday issued a solidarity statement in support of three Supreme Court Justices that are expected to stand impeachment trail for alleged misconduct, incompetence and undermining of the rule of law. The...

Lebanese Business man Decries Court’s Treatment

A Lebanese Businessman who was imprisoned last week by the Monrovia City Court has decried the decision of the judge terming the action as an act of intimidation. “My imprisonment by Judge Kenney Peabody...

Money & Fear Risk of Unsetting a Sitting Commander-In-Chief Could Inspire S/Court’s Opinion

Jurists Friday, November 3, expressed concern with respect to the cost of repeat elections and the fear of decertification a siting President or Commander-in Chief or removing him from office on grounds that National...

Runoff Election Likely for 2018 – Sources

The National Elections Commissions will need more than a month to prepare and implement the ruling of the Supreme Court of Liberia before conducting the runoff presidential elections, sources in and outside NEC have...

President Off To UN General Assembly

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf attends an Arab and African leaders summit meeting in Kuwait city on November 19, 2013. The summit aims at reviewing steps to promote economic ties between wealthy Gulf states...