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...

Cabinet Reviews Reform in Education Sector

Cabinet has received status update and carefully reviewed the ongoing reform in the education sector at its sitting in Monrovia. The updates focused on Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) Project. According to an Executive...

Liberia To Host WAMZ’s Statutory Conference

A high-level statutory conference of the Committees of the Ministers of Finance, Governors of Central Banks and the College of Supervisors of the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ) is slated to take pace in...

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...

PYJ: Gov’t Will Cheat in the 2017 ELelection

Preacher-cum-Politician, Nimba County Senator, Prince Y. Johnson, has described America’s newly elected President Donald Trump as a God chosen leader who has come to redeem America and effect change in the world. “The American people...

“Brumskine wants to Bring Chaos’ Defense Chief Reacts to ‘Zogoes’ Army Proposal

Defense Minister Brownie Samukai has angrily reacted to plans by Liberty Party (LP) political leader Cllr. Charles Brumskine to enlist psychopaths, drug addicts, rights abusers and streets criminals commonly known...

WFP Feeds 127,000 School Kids Daily

The Deputy Country Director of the World Food Program (WFP), Julie McDonald, says the U.N. agency has provided daily nutritious meals for a total of 127,000 school children in target schools in nine counties. Addressing...

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...

CDC Defends Street Criminals

The opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) has come in defense of street criminals locally known as ‘zogos’ after police raided them from the streets and ghettoes. Recently Police swooped several ghettoes in Monrovia and...

Joy &Tears -Over S/Court Ruling On Code of Conduct

The Supreme Court of Liberia’s latest ruling that qualifies two vice presidential aspirants to contest the October elections has generated mixed reactions with some politicians and legislators criticizing the High Court’s opinion. The full bench...