Forgotten Oil – Why NO One Seeking ‘Pro-poor’ Job at NOCAL

The current state of the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) presents clear evidence that government jobs is not about public service but an opportunity for people with access to power to accumulate wealth. Once...

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,...

UNMIL Extolled For Restoring Peace

The Liberia government through the Legislature Tuesday approved a joint resolution to recognize the departing United Nations troops for sacrificing their lives in Iberia. . In its resolution (Leg-002/2018) adopted...

Health Minister-designate Blink on Death Allegation

Embattled Health Minister-designate Dr. Willimina Jallah Monday told Senators she was not “comfortable” to take responsibility regarding the alleged killing at her Hope for Women International Clinic. “Please note that I was out of...

IMF: Road Expansion will Enhance President Weah’s Pro-Poor Agenda

The international Monetary Fund has backed President’s George Weah’s flagship ‘pro-poor’ economic development policy with its assessment team concluding at the end of its 13-day mission in the country that the President’s capital project...

Orange Extends 4G Coverage to Grand Bassa

Hundreds of citizens, county officials, dignitaries and local and international guests of grand Bassa County joined the Orange Liberia team to launch its new 4G LTE sites in Buchanan Grand Bassa County on...

Chinese Doctors Provide Free Medical Treatment to Over 200 Locals in Maryland

The Chinese engineering company working on the Harper-Fish town road has provided free medical services to more than 200 Liberians in southeastern Maryland County. United Medical Consultation of Chinese Medical Team (UMCCMT) in collaboration with...

Commerce Ministry Destroys Abi Jaoudi’s Harmful Food

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry Monday started the destruction of thousand tons of contaminated food commodities and other consumable goods that were being sold by Abi Jaoudi Supermarket and the Tree Star Business. Some...

When Home Becomes Hell- Liberians rally to stop US deportation

Liberians in Minnesota are making a last-ditch push to save a little-known deportation reprieve program, lobbying on Capitol Hill and issuing a plea to local employers. The March 31 expiration date of the program, which...

Praying For Trump’s Mercy

Caroline Grimes — a Liberian immigrant who fled civil war in 2002 for the United States — is currently working as a nurse in Minnesota. Her job helps support her two daughters and pays...