Liberia Seeks More Revenue to Sustain Debt

Domestic resource mobilization is critical to Liberia’s debt sustainability, Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel D. Tweah, Jr. has said. The Minister made the statement recently in Paris France following the signing of the Convention...

EX-NPA Chief Honored

  Liberia’s third oldest church in the order of establishment, the First Presbyterian Church, on Sunday May 27 at a colorful ceremony, honored one of its Elders, Madam Matilda Wokie Parker as Mother of the...

Orange, LEC Partner to Boost Electricity

The Managements of Orange Liberia and the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) have partnered to improve the use of electricity in the country by allowing customers to purchase LEC credits by using Orange...

Voices for the Voiceless on Health Matters

Amid endemic public health crises and government mismanagement, investigative reporting may be Liberia’s best hope for change. The rain was pelting down and the mud churning on the day last August in Monrovia, Liberia, when...

Education Has Helped Me to be who I am’ – Weah

  The Ministry of Education Monday began a three-day working summit in Kakata, Margibi County to revitalize the nation’s messy education sector. The three-day summit gathers national and international partners and focuses on promoting dialogue to...

End of Era -Patriot, Rebel, President

Elected in 2005 and 2011 as Liberia and Africa’s first democratically elected President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf more than four decades public service would come to a close at noon on Monday, January 22 following...

‘Media Pivotal to Democracy’

Information Minister Lenn Eugene Nagbe has described the Liberian media as an important component of the democratic dispensation, reiterating the Weah-led government's commitment to enhancing freedom of the press. Nagbe told the Voice of...

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...

House Summons Jurists-For Impeachment Trial

The Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives has served a write of summon on three Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia to appear for trial after five legislators accused the jurists...

Senate Chief On Nuclear Deal

    Senate President Pro tempore Albert Chie is encouraging countries that have acceded to nuclear conventions to remain committed and not go on to build nuclear weapons, which cause mass deaths, destruction of properties and...