The Other Side of General Broh

“l am not afraid of Mary Broh but the officers that are assigned with her. I am a peaceful citizen trying to look for my living the right way. But these security officers are...

‘War Crimes Court Da Fiasco! It’s Not Coming Here’ – PYJ

  The establishment of a tribunal to prosecute Liberia’s warlords who bear the greatest responsibility for atrocious crimes committed during the country’s civil war is not possible according to once feared rebel commander and Senator...

Scandal: How Ellen’s Son & Allies Nipped the Poor

Editor’s Note: In This article, governance watchdog Global Witness exposed top secrecy and corruption within Liberia’s oil sector and how a select few in former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s kitchen cabinet shared oil revenue...

Tom Woewiyu’s Trial Highlights complicated U.S. legacy in Africa

  Nearly 30 years after a force of rebels seized much of Liberia, executed its president, and kicked off a devastating civil war, Herman J. Cohen’s first face-to-face meeting with the country’s most infamous warlord, Charles...

No Cheating-Korkoya Assures

The National Elections Commission (NEC) said Wednesday in Monrovia that it has instituted adequate accountable measure to account for every ballot paper and to guarantee the integrity of the polls. NEC Chairman Cllr. Jerome...

Weah’s Strike Ends Ellen-CDC Marriage

Facing humiliation from her ruling Unity Party, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf appears to be the biggest loser in the 2017 presidential elections as the political deal connecting her to the Coalition for Democratic Change...

Candidates Reject Gay Rights, Accepts Polygamy

Five of the 20 presidential candidates contesting the October elections have vowed to criminalized homosexuality in Liberia if elected. The rights for those practicing homosexuality has been a point of contention in Liberia and other...

Missing Billions-Five 20-foot Containers Arrived In Ellen’s Last Three Months

  About five 20-foot containers containing printed banknotes were ordered and arrived in the country in the closing three months of the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf-led administration with more arriving towards March 2018, shipping records have...

Weah Orders Robert Sirleaf, Allies Probed for ‘Corruption’

President George Weah has directed Justice Minister Musa Dean to investigate top former officials including ex-president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s son Robert Sirleaf in connection with Global Witness report alleging corruption. The UK based natural...

US$5.5 Billion Gold Benefiting Crock Officials, Foreigners

    Few criminal minded Liberians officials and their foreign business allies are main beneficiaries of the country’s estimated US$5.5billion gold deposit, a top official in the erstwhile Johnson Sirleaf administration said Wednesday in the capital...