More Than 300,000 People To Lose TPS

How long can a temporary residency exist before it becomes permanent? Is it safe to send people back to a country where conditions are so violent that others are fleeing their homes and seeking...

Prosecute ‘War Criminals’ -UN Urges Weah’s Gov’t

A top UN official on Thursday urged Liberia to implement the recommendations of a truth commission, dating back to 2009, which included prosecuting eight ex-warlords for alleged crimes against humanity. "Liberia is at a turning...

Nigeria Ready to send 6,000 teachers To Liberia

The Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria, TRCN, has lauded Liberian President George Weah’s request for over 6,000 teachers from Nigeria. The council hinted that about two million teachers are licensed to practise in Nigeria. The Registrar/Chief...

Lutheran Church Massacre Commander Faces Justice In US

The Monrovia Church massacre in 1990 was the worst single atrocity of the Liberian civil war. About 600 civilians, including many children, were killed while taking refuge in a church. Now, four survivors are bringing...

UNICEF-Liberia Staff Get new Leaderships

UNICEF Liberia Staff Association (ULSA) Friday inducted its newly elected officials to administer the affairs of the organization for two years. Those installed into office are: Mr. John J. Weah, President, Mrs. Madea Reeves-Fully,...

Group Seeks Good Governance Under New Administration

George Weah election as President of Liberia is a renaissance that is expected to drive the nation into national development, economic empowerment and total reconciliation, Prince Akinremi who chairs the group called the Movement...

Nigerian businesses in focus at Sierra Leone’s presidential poll

As preparations for the Sierra Leone presidential election scheduled for March 7 heat up, Nigeria business interest has become a major focus of campaign between the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) and the major...

ECOWAS Parliament Focus on Liberian Elections

The Fourth Legislature of the ECOWAS Parliament commenced its Second Ordinary Session in Abuja, the Federal Republic of Nigeria with the Speaker of the ECOWAS Parliament drawing the attention of the august body to...

Ellen Lauds Nigeria For Country’s Peace

President Mrs Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said that Nigeria played a significant role in the restoration of peace to the war-torn country. She said that Liberians will continue to show Nigeria gratitude for staying with...

Fearing Violence- Women Pray For Elections

Hundreds of women across Liberia are fasting and praying for peaceful elections. The West African nation goes to the polls to elect its new president and legislators next Tuesday October 10. The women started their...