Police Loot While Stores Burn

“They are carrying our things from the warehouse, we do not expect the police to do this to us,” lamented a Lebanese storeowner who was amongst those affected by the fire outbreak on Randall...

Senators Fear – Inexperienced Ministers Could Undermine Weah’s Plans

President George Weah’s plans to rebuild Liberia’s economy, make it prosper and end poverty risk not being achieved given the quality of cabinet nominees, Senators have expressed. Foreign Minister Gbehnzogar Findley is amongst nominees who...

Shifting Ties -Weah Ignores Washington, Turns to France for Aid

President George Weah appears to have cast doubt over Liberia’s relations with the United States of America with his strong preference for the French Republic and its former colonies in Africa. After declaring that he...

Ellen Doubts, Weah Silent On US$449million Transfer

EX-President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has expressed disbelieve that the Liberian economy she operated for 12 years has the capacity for a collective of Indi duals to transfer about $400 million United States dollars into...

Judges Sentenced to Death’

The President of the National Association of Trial Judges of Liberia (NATJL) Roosevelt Z. Wellie says the national government is sentencing judges and magistrates to premature death by providing low salaries and others benefits. “We...

Embarrassing Weah Rolls in Late at Public Events

It has been observed that President George Weah normally attends state functions and other programs late as it was in the case of the just ended ceremony to honor & farewell the police &...

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...

State Capture? The Powerful Few Wanting to Sell Liberia

The leading voice for Liberia’s citizenship to be extended beyond Negro descent has been the Lebanese community in Liberia. For several decades Lebanese and Indian merchants remain leading and powerful players within the country’s...

Still In Charge

President George Weah has admitted to former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s influencing role in his government as speculated and predicted by political opponents and analysts during the 2017 elections. The ex president’s loyalists are controlling...

Power to the People Or Foreigners? -President Pushes for White Land Ownership

President George Weah has proposed a constitutional amendment that would allow foreigners including whites to own land and obtain Liberian citizenship. Restrictions on citizenship and property ownership have posed serious impediment to Liberia’s development and...