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...

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...

Liberia Tightens Oil Laws

Liberia has increased its Regulatory Report tightening Fiscal Regulation Transition following Passage of Petroleum Law. According to the ‘Research and Market’ online, the report presents the essential information...

Land Commission Ends in Tears & ‘Graft’

By Festus Poquie   The Land Commission’s  legal life span his finally expired, shutting down operations and leaving behind alarming financial liabilities rooted in apparent poor management and corruption. Established via an Act of the Legislature on...

Death Linked Minister Confirmation Hitches

Senators Monday suspended for time indefinite the confirmation hearing of Health Minister-designate Dr. Willimina Jallah after an hour of proceeding due to ethical and legal controversy beclouding the nominee’s reputation. Dr. Jallah and her Hope...

Closing In – On US$5million oil Cheats

The special presidential committee investigating allegations of corruption and abuse of office in relation to a 2013 petroleum sharing contract reached with a US oil firm is expected to release its report today. President George...

What’s In Boakai’s 150 Days Plan

Vice President Joseph Boakai has unveiled to voters his first 150 days deliverables, which include a 100% homegrown wood factory and bring to stoppage the deplorable and impassible road situation mainly in the Southeast...

Elections 2017- What Went Wrong?

Some major political parties that participated in the October 10, 2017 elections have complained the polls were fraught with fraud and irregularities with calls that the elections go for rerun. But addressing journalists Wednesday 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...

Brumskine, Jones Not Candidates for President

The National Elections Commission’s provisional list of candidates shows only six individuals have been certified to contest for the October 2017 presidential election. Those cleared for now include Vice President Joseph Boakai of the ruling...