Ellen Slapped With US$500m Lawsuit In Abuja Court

  The former Liberian Government headed by President Ellen Johnson has been sued at the ECOWAS court to pay U$500 million as compensation for the violation of human rights, life, dignity, housing, property to a...

President Begins Gibraltar Transformation

President George Manneh Weah has announced plans to transform Gibraltar, in Clara Town on Bushrod Island; commencing with the re-roofing of all the homes in order to spare inhabitants of impending embarrassment in the...

K3 Telecom Empowers Liberians

In respond to promises it made to Liberia, the K3Telcom Liberia Incorporated has begun empowering Liberians in the field of Internet usage. Making the disclosure yesterday at program marking the one-year anniversary of the company,...

Philadelphia is a Flashpoint For Liberian Human Rights Advocates

The recent federal convictions of suspected Liberian war criminals Mohammed “Jungle Jabbah” Jabbateh and Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu in Philadelphia is fueling the demand for a war crimes court in Liberia. Liberians around the world are...

Quarantined! – ‘Expired Food’ Abi Jaoudi Supermarket Faces Shutdown

Abi Jaoudi Supermarket’s warehouses across Monrovia have been shut down after Commerce Ministry officials discovered the company had on sale large quantity of expired goods including food commodities. Commerce inspectors have taken control of the...

Amara Konneh Wants: NOCAL Release full List of Everyone Who Receive Exxon ‘Bonus’ Payment

Former Finance and development Planning Minister Amara Mohammed Konneh has implored the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) to release to the public the full list of everyone who received bonus payment from...

Rights Commission Warns States Security Officers

The Acting Chairperson of the Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR,) Rev. Bartholomew Colley has warned against violation of civilians rights in Liberia, and threatened to go after...

Bribery Scandal -. Sherman Says Yes But No; Tyler’s Men Oppose Probe

Senator Varney Sherman, the presumptive kingpin in the fresh bribery scandal rocking the Sirleaf administration says not even a death sentence will make him disclose what he did for a foreign company accused of...

LACC Prosecutes Teahjay

The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) commenced the prosecution of former superintendent Milton Teahjay now Senator of Sinoe County on December 12, 2017 at the 14th judicial circuit court in Rivercess County. In a release,...

Missing Billions-Five 20-foot Containers Arrived In Ellen’s Last Three Months

  About five 20-foot containers containing printed banknotes were ordered and arrived in the country in the closing three months of the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf-led administration with more arriving towards March 2018, shipping records have...