Judges Sentenced to Death’

The President of the National Association of Trial Judges of Liberia (NATJL) Roosevelt Z. Wellie says the national government is sentencing judges and magistrates to premature death by providing low salaries and others benefits. “We...

Embarrassing Weah Rolls in Late at Public Events

It has been observed that President George Weah normally attends state functions and other programs late as it was in the case of the just ended ceremony to honor & farewell the police &...

Academic Crime Court For Corrupt Teachers

President George Weah’s Minister of Education-designate Professor D. Ansu Sonii Wednesday prayed for legislative backing to create academic crime court for corrupt public schools administrators. “We’re coming to you Senators to create academic crime court...

State Capture? The Powerful Few Wanting to Sell Liberia

The leading voice for Liberia’s citizenship to be extended beyond Negro descent has been the Lebanese community in Liberia. For several decades Lebanese and Indian merchants remain leading and powerful players within the country’s...

Still In Charge

President George Weah has admitted to former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s influencing role in his government as speculated and predicted by political opponents and analysts during the 2017 elections. The ex president’s loyalists are controlling...

Power to the People Or Foreigners? -President Pushes for White Land Ownership

President George Weah has proposed a constitutional amendment that would allow foreigners including whites to own land and obtain Liberian citizenship. Restrictions on citizenship and property ownership have posed serious impediment to Liberia’s development and...

‘Pro-poor’ Cabinet

On Saturday, January 27, President George Manneh Weah released his second set of appointments in government, featuring several young professional and politicians with humble background. They are expected to help the President achieve his pro-poor...

I’m Not Qualified Weah’s Foreign Minister Confesses

Foreign Minister designate Gbehnzogar Findley told members of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Wednesday he has no experience in the filed of foreign policy to contribute to President George Weah's pro-poor...

Unfit Players On Weah’s Starting ‘11’

President George Weah’s strong words on corruption is facing serious test as he forms his cabinet. Hours after his historic inauguration as the country’s 24th President Weah named his first set of officials, retaining five...

I Won’t Let You Down

President George Weah has promised to reduce income inequality, end corruption and invest in agriculture, infrastructure and human capital as he kick starts the execution of his hope agenda. Taking the oath of office as...