Kailondo Regrets Hateful Campaign Messages

A member of the outgoing ruling Unity Party and businessman George Kailondo regretted hateful exchanges doing the just ended campaign. He implored President-elect George Weah to muster the courage to restore peace and harmony amongst...

President Cautions Female Candidates

President Ellen Johnson Sileaf has cautioned Liberian female candidates of the Liberian Women Political Forum canvassing for elected positions in the upcoming Representatives and Presidential Elections to be determined and work harder in their...

Hoping Times- Weah Under Pressure To Deliver

Now that George Weah has emphatically won Liberia's presidency, an even more daunting task awaits: delivering tangible benefits to expectant supporters in the face of a gutted economy and waning donor support. Weah was...

Ellen’s Shame: Corruption, Poverty, Nepotism, Flawed Elections Dim First Woman President’s Legacy

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s handling of corruption and the messy 2017 elections are amongst key issues that would most certainly overshadow her 12 years in office. Elected in 2005 on the back of her near...

Don’t Vote Failed Leaders – Candidate Smith Tells Voters

Montserrado County district # 13 representative candidate Wilmot Smith has called on voters throughout the country not to vote into power leaders who have failed the nation. “We are going to elections when our teachers...

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...

NAMBO: Parties Must Respect CoC Law

The National Movement to Support Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai candidacy (NAMBO) has registered its position to stand by the Code of Conduct (CoC) for government employees and public officials and has called on...

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...

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...

What’s In Boakai’s 150 Days Plan

Vice President Joseph Boakai has unveiled to voters his first 150 days deliverables, which include a 100% homegrown wood factory and bring to stoppage the deplorable and impassible road situation mainly in the Southeast...