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...

Isaac Nyenabo New Central Bank Governor?

  Former Senate leader and Liberia’s ambassador to the European Union Dr. Isaac W. Nyenabo is in pole position to be named as Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), the New Democrat...

Will Weah Prosecute Ellen? – As ExxonMobil ‘Bribe Takers’ Face Action

A presidential probe into Global Witness’ allegations of bribery and abuse of office has been concluded and President George Weah is examining the report for unspecified actions against individuals and institutions that may have...

IMF: Road Expansion will Enhance President Weah’s Pro-Poor Agenda

The international Monetary Fund has backed President’s George Weah’s flagship ‘pro-poor’ economic development policy with its assessment team concluding at the end of its 13-day mission in the country that the President’s capital project...

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...

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...

Senate Ratifies U$25million Energy Bill

Senators Wednesday concurred with the House of Representatives to ratify a multimillion-dollar financing agreement between the Government of Liberia and the International Development Association to bolster the country’s Renewable Energy programs. According to the...

Ellen Weeps For Sierra Leone

After weeping for Sierra Leone For Sierra Leone, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has led an array of senior government officials to sign the Book of Condolence for victims of Monday’s mudslide and flood...

Yes or No -House Could Vote on S/Court Justices’ Impeachment Today

The House of Representatives says, nothing has changed its decision to continue its impeachment proceedings against three Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia. Nimba County Representative Worlea Sayway Dunah who chairs the House’s...

Senate’s Power-S/Court Ruling Empowers Legislature to Set Date

The Supreme Court of Liberia’s 2014 ruling has placed the Senate in a pole position to determine the presidential runoff election’s date. Dates (Oct. &Dec.) stipulated in the constitution for the holding of the polls...