Voices for the Voiceless on Health Matters

Amid endemic public health crises and government mismanagement, investigative reporting may be Liberia’s best hope for change. The rain was pelting down and the mud churning on the day last August in Monrovia, Liberia, when...

Senate To Review NEC’s Power

The Plenary session of the senate has endorsed a bill to clarify the power and authority of the National Elections Commission (NEC) with respect to the qualification of political parties, organizations and independent candidates...

NEC Behind Schedule on Voters Roll Cleanup Task

The National Election Commission (NEC) says it is just implementing phase one of the Supreme Court’s mandate which comprises three phases, namely pre-runoff election activities; Election Day activities and post run-off activities and said...

‘Suffering’ Chiefs Cry for Salary

Chiefs of Deygbor chiefdom in District #17 Montserrado County have expressed dissatisfaction for their exclusion from government’s payroll for the last nine years. Chief Momo Kiazolu told Montserrado County senator Geraldine Doe-Sherif that chiefs...

Three Million Ballot Papers Arrive

The National Elections Commission (NEC) Sunday announced the arrival of 3.5 million ballot papers for the scheduled presidential election. NEC’s Chairman Cllr. Jerome Korkoya said at a news conference the ballot papers were transported...

Big Boy 1, Big Boy 2 ‘Uncovered’

A New Democrat investigation to unravel the mystery payees, “Bigboy 1” and “Bigboy2”,  mentioned in Global Witness’s report of bribery involving Liberian officials and the UK based Sable Mining, has pointed to the assemblage...

Liberia Tightens Oil Laws

Liberia has increased its Regulatory Report tightening Fiscal Regulation Transition following Passage of Petroleum Law. According to the ‘Research and Market’ online, the report presents the essential information...

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...

Liberia, Others losing out on Property Revenue

Africa’s rapid growth and urbanization will require stable local governments to deliver goods and services to billions of people, and the continent can look to an underutilized source of revenue, the property tax, write...

GOL Risks Default Judgment in US$10.7M Case

The Commercial Court at the Temple of Justice says it may render default judgment against the Government of Liberia if it fails to show up in court for trial in a US$10.7million debt action...