Weah Warned Against Cruel Land Reform

Enacting the Land Rights Bill, which has been severely altered against the interest of poor forest dwellers would no doubt undermine Liberia’s peace, security, economic development, the Civil Society Organizations Working Group on Land...

President to Open Revenue Summit Tomorrow

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is on Tuesday expected to deliver an opening statement and also serve as a moderator at the country’s first-ever National Revenue Symposium, under the auspices of the Liberia Revenue Authority...

Rights Activist Wants War Criminals Prosecuted

A local rights activist has called on the government of Liberia and the international community to ensure that individuals who committed crimes against humanity during the country’s civil conflict are brought to justice. The Co-Coordinator...

Academic Crime Court For Corrupt Teachers

President George Weah’s Minister of Education-designate Professor D. Ansu Sonii Wednesday prayed for legislative backing to create academic crime court for corrupt public schools administrators. “We’re coming to you Senators to create academic crime court...

President Names Team to Work With Incoming President

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 91 – establishing the Joint Presidential Transition Team. According to an executive Mansion release, the Executive Order seeks to establish mechanisms for the proper management and...

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...

Corruption Watchdog Admits to Misapplying US$30,000

The chairperson of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) has admitted to misapplying US$30,000 approved by the Ministry of Finance for employees’ remittance. Instead of using the amount to pay the remittances Cllr. James Verdier...

Indian Businessman Arrested for selling Rotten Fish

A Business Indian National identified as Vicky Pamnani risks facing double punishments with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI) for offenses against the ministry’s law. Making the disclosure...

Be Hope Givers, Avoid Parochial Interest – VP Taylor Tells Senators

Vice President Jewel Howard Taylor Tuesday assumed her official duties as president of the Liberian Senate, imploring members of the senate to put aside their personal and narrow interest. “We will put aside all...

NAMBO: Parties Must Respect CoC Law

The National Movement to Support Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai candidacy (NAMBO) has registered its position to stand by the Code of Conduct (CoC) for government employees and public officials and has called on...