Ellen’s Major Financial Assets Oversea

Large-scale financial assets belonging to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and some family members are stationed in foreign banks than the country she has ruled for more than a decade. According to the President’s declaration form...

‘Blood Timber’ Trader- Faces Taylor’s Fate

A notorious Dutch war criminal and gunrunner who fled justice in the Netherlands has been arrested after being tracked down to his Cape Town mansion. The “blood timber” trader, Guus Kouwenhoven, 75, arrived in...

CG Tamba Wants Adequate & Smart Investment In LRA-Holds Talks With Visiting US Research...

Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Commissioner General Elfrieda Stewart Tamba has emphasized that domestic resource mobilization is a major pillar for any economic development in Liberia. The Commissioner General says in order for the LRA...

Rwanda Revenue Experts Provide Technical Support To Liberia

A delegation from the Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) is in Liberia on the invitation of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) to provide best practices and technical assistance in risk and compliance management. While in Liberia,...

Vote Meddling – Amara Konneh Contacted, Convicted US Drug Lord to Transport Extra...

Troubling revelation continues to unfold regarding roles played by well-connected people aimed at influencing the outcome of the Oct. 10 presidential and legislative elections. Although the Supreme Court of Liberia has ruled that evidence presented...

Runoff Election Likely for 2018 – Sources

The National Elections Commissions will need more than a month to prepare and implement the ruling of the Supreme Court of Liberia before conducting the runoff presidential elections, sources in and outside NEC have...

Vote Rigging ‘Cover-up’

Leaked Emails Show Korkoya concealed Info NEC Database Was Hacked, Compromised 90 Days Before Elections The New Democrat has come across what appears to be a chain of leaked emails between and amongst certain National...

Liberia Maintains Seat On Maritime Council

Liberia has again been reelected to the Council of the International Maritime Organization for the 2018-2019 biennium. The election was held as part of the 30th session of the Assembly of IMO, convening in...

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...

Justice Deferred – In US$10.7m Debt Case

The Commercial Court at the Temple of Justice, presided over by Judge Eva Mappy Morgan has indefinitely suspended the US$10.7 million debt case filed by a Lebanese businessman against the Liberian Government. Alliance and Prestige...