Finally! It’s Boakai-Nuquay for 2017 Race

Vice President Joseph Boakai Monday named 48-year-old House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay as his running mate to contest for the presidency on October 10, this year. The ruling Unity Party presidential nominee told the nation his...

Vote-rich Nimba Falls to Boakai

Vice President Joseph Boakai’s presidential bid received a significant boost Saturday when Liberia’s second -most populated county- Nimba joined the increasing list of counties and regions backing his campaign for president. Several thousands people...

Testing Moment S/Court Hears First Code of Conduct Case After Yes Ruling

The Supreme Court of Liberia is hearing its first Code of Conduct case, four months after upholding the law constitutionality. On Tuesday, the Court issued a writ of prohibition on the National Election Commission...

PUP Names Boakai As Standard Bearer

The People’s Unification Party (PUP) has named Vice President Joseph N. Boakai, the presidential nominee of the ruling Unity Party as its standard bearer for the 2017 Presidential Election. According to a PUP press...

Nimba Ready for Boakai

Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai leaves Monrovia Tuesday for Nimba County at the invitation of several organizations, opinion leaders, traditional authorities, including chiefs and elders, youth and women groups to interact with the people...

Insider Trading NASCORP Admits paying US$1.4million for Brumskine-Karnwea’s Dead Company Takeover

The state, through the National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASCORP) used US$1.4million to reorganize a collapsed company with link to the presidential candidate and vice running mate of the opposition Liberty Party, the...

Money Wrappers Brumskine-Karnwea US$1.4million Fishy Deal Faces Senate Probe

The Liberian Senate is investigating the payment of US$1.4million social security fund to a company with link to the leader and deputy leader of the opposition Liberty Party. Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and his running...

Money Wrappers Brumskine-Karnwea US$1.4million Fishy Deal Faces Senate Probe

The Liberian Senate is investigating the payment of US$1.4million social security fund to a company with link to the leader and deputy leader of the opposition Liberty Party. Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and his running...

Country Gets US$200m Steel Plant

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Friday witnessed the formal signing ceremony of the Agreement between the Government of Liberia and TIDFORE (Hong Kong) Investment (LICEMCO) for the establishment of a Steel Plant in Liberia. The...

Out! Code of Conduct Strikes Several Representatives, Presidential Candidates Down

Amidst defiance, protest and cries, it has become clear that the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the National Code of Conduct as constitutional is being respected to the extent that the National Elections Commission has...