Spending Boost EU Injects $11million into Liberia’s Budget

The Government of Liberia has received a grant of $11.2 million from the European Union (EU). The EU disbursed the money directly into the treasury account of the Government to support the country’s budget. This...

Lawyers Split Over Jurists Impeachment

There is disagreement amongst Liberian lawyers with respect to the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee decision to summon and open hearing into a petition seeking the impeachment of three Associate Justices of the Supreme...

‘It’s Not Me’ – EX Oil Official Breaks Silence on Company’s ‘Lost’ million

Cllr. Althea Sherman the former Interim President and CEO of the National Oil Company of Liberia has responded to a Front Page Africa publication regarding alleged corruption at NOCAL with clarification that she played...

Students Hails President As Bong Technical College Reopens

Students of the Bong County Technical College in the central provincial city of Gbarnga, in Bong County are commending President Ellen Johnson Sirelaf for appointing Dr. Charles K. Mulbah as acting President of the...

US$536 Loan Would Expand Economy By 20%

President George Weah’s infrastructure development projects including the construction of a coastal highway would lead to the Liberian economy recording an estimated 15 – 20 percent GDP growth, administration officials and economists have forecast. The...

Weah’s US$536m Loan Secured

President George Weah has concluded a $536million United States dollar financing agreement with ETON Finance PTE Ltd. The loan deal has been submitted to the legislature for ratification. In a communication to legislators, the President...

UP Official Backs War, Economic Crimes Court Campaign

An official of the erstwhile ruling Unity Party has issued a statement in Monrovia crusading for the establishment of a tribunal that will prosecute the country’s war and economic criminals. UP spokesman Mohammed Ali said...

India Offers US$144m

India has made its impression to Liberia under the administration of President George Weah donating 50 buses, offering US$2million and expressing its willingness to credit Liberia US$144 million to kick its development programs....

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...

ECOWAS Craves For Transparent Election

Barely three months to the scheduled October polls, The Economic Community of West African States, (ECOWAS) is pleading for credible, transparent elections and has urged the country’s political actors to respect the rules governing...