‘Lock Them Up’- Pressure Heightens For Liberia’s War Actors to face Justice

The Liberian government is facing renewed domestic pressure to bring to justice individuals who bear the greatest responsibility for the massive looting of the country’s national resources and war crimes committed during the...

Unending Killing – Police, Civilians...

Two officers of the Liberia National Police have been gruesomely murdered in less than a week after the force was engaged into the alleged killing and injuring of peaceful citizens, LNP authorities have confirmed. Police...

Maritime Curse – LISCR Collecting Millions, Government Receiving Less

Liberia’s resources continue to benefit few private individuals and a handful of elite public officials while more than 90 percent of the population live in poverty amidst national riches. Once a leading iron ore exporter,...

LISCR Mystery – US$123million was generated in Ellen’s Last Months in Office

US Attorney General report to Congress on the Administration of the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, shows that between October 2016 and April 30, 2017, the Liberian government generated US$123million via its maritime...

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...

Weah Ends Salary Bonanza All Ministers, SOEs, Agencies Chiefs Restricted to US$7,800 Earning

President George Weah has ordered that effective fiscal year 2018/19, which commences 1 July this year all heads of government ministries and agencies, state owned enterprises and autonomous agencies will not earn above US$7,800...

Coastal Highway ‘Mission Impossible’ – Senate Chief

The Liberian government would be unable to construct President George Weah’s planned coastal highway that could cover an estimated 350 miles due to geographical and financing constraints, Senate Chief Albert Chie said Tuesday in...

Will Chris Massaquoi Stand Trail In Murdered Journalist Case?

Police in Monrovia said Monday the number of suspects linked to the gruesome murder of Liberian broadcast journalist Tyron Brown has increased from one to five. The five persons have been charged with various...

Paying For Crimes The potential Trial of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf & Others

Within 192 hours Liberians and the rest of the world will know whether or not Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - Africa’s first democratically elected female head of state will...

Police Compromise Nimba Shooting?

Police Inspector General Patrick Sudue says the recent sporadic shooting that wounded at least one person in Nimba County district # 4 was resolved thru mediation and those implicated in the incident...