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...

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...

‘Ghanaians & Ivoirians Smuggling Liberia’s Diamond, Gold’

Ivoirians and Ghanans are carrying on illegal mining, and smuggling minerals from the country, House’s Chairman on Judiciary committee has said. Cllr. Jonathan Fonati Koffa told a news conference Friday April 6, 2018 that...

We Want More Loans – Legislators

The Plenary session of the House of Representatives Tuesday unanimously passed a joint resolution mandating President George Weah to secure more financing agreements with the primary objective of   constructing more roads across Liberia. Representatives Joseph...

Liberians Celebrate The Dead

Liberians throughout the country graciously celebrated Decoration Day which comes the second Wednesday of March each year is a holiday in Liberia. Hundreds of Liberians turned out at the grave sites of their fallen...

Scandal: How Ellen’s Son & Allies Nipped the Poor

Editor’s Note: In This article, governance watchdog Global Witness exposed top secrecy and corruption within Liberia’s oil sector and how a select few in former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s kitchen cabinet shared oil revenue...

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...

Golden Veroleum Sued For US$643,005 Debt

The Commercial Court at the Temple of Justice has summoned Golden Veroleum (Liberia) to answer to a US$643,005 action of debt filed against it by Tropical Logistics Liberia, Inc. “You are hereby requested to...

Ellen Era Concession Deals Recalled

President George Weah Thursday recalled from the Senate five concession agreements of the Johnson Sirleaf administration to be reassessed as they are reported to be products of procedural and legal missteps. The recalled concessions include...

Discussion on Salary Inequality Heightens

The Director of the Legislative Information Service has welcomed call to action by the 54th Legislature relating to NATIONAL INCOME STANDARDIZATION. In recent weeks an influencial member of the 54th Legislature and the Ruling...