President Sirleaf : Media Talking So Much Trash

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in her last few weeks in office has launched a strings of attack on journalists, claiming the Liberia media, mainly radio talk so much trash instead of airing news about...

Education Minister ‘Made Liberia to Lose U$6million’

Education Minister George Werner for reasons only known to himself caused Liberia to lose six million United States dollar, which English Premier League outfit Liverpool F.C raised for the country’s sports and educational program. Speaking...

No Money for Adult Literacy

The Government of Liberia is not providing funding for its adult literacy program at the Ministry of Education, the Director for Alternative Education, Dio Harris told reporters Friday in Margibi County. According to UNESCO,...

Freeport Gets Internal Modernized Road After 30 Years

The National Port Authority (NPA) has officially dedicated the Freeport of Monrovia Internal Road Modernization project which intends to primarily improve traffic flow, reduce traffic hazard and improve general safety for all port users...

Lawmakers Are Money Driven -Deputy Speaker

Deputy House Speaker Hans Barchue Friday said the House lost 43 of its 73 members who were seeking reelection in the October 10, 2017 polls because they are money driven. “This is a challenge that...

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,...

Senate’s Power-S/Court Ruling Empowers Legislature to Set Date

The Supreme Court of Liberia’s 2014 ruling has placed the Senate in a pole position to determine the presidential runoff election’s date. Dates (Oct. &Dec.) stipulated in the constitution for the holding of the polls...

Defense Authorities Plead With ECOWAS

The Deputy Minister of Defense for Operations of Liberia, Honorable Jerome Larbelle, has urged the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to continue its support towards the electoral process in Liberia. According to...

GOL Using Delay Tactic in US$10.7M Case

The Government of Liberia has implored another delay tactic in the US$10.7 m debt action filed against it by requesting the Commercial Court to adjourn the case for two weeks on ground that it...

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...