Ellen’s 12 Years Assets Wanted

The Liberia Anti Corruption Commission has asked all existing officials including, the incumbent President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to make exit declaration of assets. This is a requirement that officials leaving government MUST comply with...

Weah Has Work to Do

Soccer legend George Weah will be sworn in as president of Liberia on January 22, 2018. Replacing Africa’s first female president - Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who took office in 2006 - Weah’s surprise win is...

‘Monrovia Is Village Without Rules’ -General Broh

The director general of the General Services Agency (GSA) Mary Broh told new Democrat that Monrovia is a village with too many cars without rules. She has being retrieving government owned vehicles from appointed public...

Liberia Hosts High Level Panel on Migration

will next week host and chair the inaugural meeting of the High Level Panel on Migration (HLPM). The meeting will take place in Monrovia on January 15, 2018. The High-level Panel on Migration was...

Experts Hold Weah To Education, Job in Tackling Country’s Problem

Just two weeks after Liberia’s runoff election where the country realized its first democratic transfer of power, and 12 years after boasting the election of Africa’s first female president, experts say the country must...

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...

Battle for Legislature leadership

The two most powerful position within the legislature is up for contest Monday, Jan. 15 at the Capitol in Monrovia. Sixty-six of the newly elected 73 members of the House of Representatives have been...

Security Council Praises Liberia For Peaceful Elections

The members of the Security Council congratulated the Liberian people and government, as well as political leaders, civil society organizations, and the media for the peaceful conduct of the December 26 presidential runoff election....

Weah’s Starting 11 VS. Corruption All Stars, 11% Inflation, 24% Currency Depreciation

Johnson Sirleaf is leaving office criticized for doing little to improve the living conditions of the country’s poor. Increased bilateral and commercial debt, uncontrolled corruption, poor health and education systems, double digit inflation and...

WFP Officials Linked to Bribery

The prosecution of two men of God Bishop P. Manaseh Conto and Pastor Steve F. Kettor for allegedly stealing over US$130,000 from a Korean business man Hungchi Choi has taking another turn with the...