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...

The ‘Dear Son’ Who Destroyed Liberia’s Economy

In barely 64 days, 79-year-old Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will leave office at the behest of the constitution after 12 years at the helm of the country. Sometime around January 18, 2018, she would take a...

Lawmakers-elect Fearing Repeat Election

Some Representatives-elect have expressed concern that Cllr. Charles Brumskine’s legal action pushing for the October 10 vote nullification due to fraud and irregularities could reverse their political fortune. The elected Representatives, some still serving current...

UP Presents ‘Fraud’ Evidence, 15 Witnesses Against NEC

The ruling Unity Party has announced that it has up to 15 witnesses and several documentary evidence to produce before the Chief Dispute Hearing Officer of NEC that could prove the party’s case of...

Nigerian Foundation hosts President Sirleaf Today

Current news report have it that Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is expected in Owerri, capital of Imo State on Thursday, November 9, 2017 as a guest of the Rochas Okorocha Foundation in a...

Election Was Designed To Be Rigged -Boakai

Liberia's Vice-President has quietly occupied the executive backseat for 12 years, but in light of electoral fraud he believes snatched away his chance at the presidency, Joseph Boakai is unleashing himself. Known as Sleepy Joe...

Elections Stalled- ‘Unlawful’ NEC Must Probe Fraud complaint First

Runoff presidential election scheduled for today November 7, between the Coalition for Democratic Change’s George Weah and Vice president Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party will not take place until the National Elections...

Document- Ellen Amongst Rich People Hiding Money

One point four terabytes of data containing 13.4 million files released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) reveals where the world’s wealthiest people stash their monies. The documents, which come from Appleby, a...

NEC’s Legal Technicalities not Helpful to Country – Chief Justice

The Supreme Court has urged the National Election Commission (NEC) to speed up investigation into fraud and irregularity complaints arising from the October 10, 2017 legislative and presidential elections. Chief Justice Francis Korkpor said he...

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...