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...

AFELL Opens Legal Aid Office In Buchannan

The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) has officially launched a legal aid clinic in Buchannan City Grand Bassa County. With support from UNDP/UNMIL, the program will provide legal aid to women,...

RIA New Terminal Nears Completion

The new terminal building at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) will soon be completed according to experts working at the facility. The 5070m2 terminal building includes supporting facilities such as power substation, pump station and...

China’s $60billion Loan Will Liberia Benefit

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged debt relief to some poorer African nations, attempting to push back against a major criticism of his signature Belt and Road Initiative. Speaking to the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation on Monday in...

PYJ: Gov’t Will Cheat in the 2017 ELelection

Preacher-cum-Politician, Nimba County Senator, Prince Y. Johnson, has described America’s newly elected President Donald Trump as a God chosen leader who has come to redeem America and effect change in the world. “The American people...

Liberia signs Multilateral Convention on Tax Matters

Liberia has signed the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters making it the 122nd jurisdiction to join the Convention. The Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters is the most...

Ellen, Others Sued In US

The Federal District Court of Boston in Boston, Massachusetts, USA has issued summons in the civil lawsuit against Defendants, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, International Fundraiser for the National Patriotic Front, (NPFL) and former President of the...

Only Jesus Reconciled Without Facing Perpetrators’ Nelson Insists on war crime court

Grand Kru County former Senator and ex-Internal Affairs Minister, Blamo Nelson has told New Democrat in Monrovia that unless perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity meet their victims in court and under...

Harvard Doctor to Save Million lives in Liberia

A two-year-old child in rural Liberia has a fever. It could be malaria, and the only way to get treatment is for her mother to carry her on her back, cross a riverbed by...

W/Africa, EU Boost Cocoa Farming in Liberia

Solidaridad West Africa and the European Union have launched the Liberia Cocoa Sector Improvement Programme (LICSIP) on the campus of Cuttington University in Suakoko, Bong County. The event brought together over 400 smallholder cocoa...