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A year since his election: Liberia’s President George Weah – The Presidential Power
This month marks the first anniversary of Liberia’s President George Weah winning the presidential election in the West African republic. It’s been an unusual series of events for a country which has very particular origins. Weah is in many quarters still best known for a stellar international footb
Is Stunna Liberia’s Next Top Superstar?
-Industry insiders weigh in about the artist’s potential. Since making his musical debut about four years ago, sensational singer and songwriter, Stunna has been making great moves in Liberia’s budding music industry with lots of hit songs.
Looting Liberia, One Voucher at a Time: Exposé Details Fiscal Mismanagement, Corruption in Weah’s First Year
Over the last few weeks, we have had a lot of jabs thrown our way from a lot of folks close to the corridors of power in Liberia, regarding the image being portrayed in the media about Africa’s oldest republic. There are some of you who feel that we publish way too many negative stories about corrup
Access To Justice In Liberia Discussed During High-Level Meeting In The Netherlands
NETHERLANDS – From the 5th to the 12th of December, the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) – the oversight and legislative body of the International Criminal Court (ICC) – held its yearly meeting in The Hague, the Netherlands. During the ASP, Civitas Maxima together with the Center of Justice and Acco
Biography of President Weah’s Soccer Days in Liberia Expected Soon
President George Weah is indeed one of the most successful soccer players to come from Africa, but there are not enough pieces of information out there about his playing days in Liberia.
Liberia: The Grades Are In, How Did The Senate, Judiciary Fare?
Monrovia – With the clock ticking toward the end of the year, Chief Justice Francis Korkpor is struggling with impeachment proceeding from the Legislature, racing against time and limping near a tidal wave of daunting legacy.
Liberia: NGO Coalition Gives Out Best Forest Governance, Leadership Awards Friday
Monrovia- Coalition of Liberia will on Friday, December 14, 2018 recognize several individuals and institutions for their outstanding performance and contributions to forest governance and leadership in Liberia.
Liberia’s Thursdays in Black campaign amplifies efforts to end gender-based violence
(LWI) - The launch of a Thursdays in Black campaign by the Lutheran Church in Liberia (LCL) recently was a public call for action against violence directed at women and girls, and an acknowledgment that such abuse “is not always physical. It can be verbal, psychological, economic. It can involve the
Liberia: Bar Association President Calls on Chief Justice to Recuse Himself from Justice Ja’neh’s Impeachment
MONROVIA – The president of the Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) has asked the Chief Justice to recuse himself from the impeachment hearing of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh. Speaking with Judicial reporters at the Temple of Justice, Cllr. Gongloe expressed concern over the Chief Justice’s
Liberia Mourns Women Peace Activist
Monrovia – On Thursday, Liberians woke up to the death news of Madam Ruth Caesar, a founding member of the Mano River Women Peace Network (MARWOPNET). The death has caused many women and activists to take to their social media pages writing condolence messages to the family and remembering the works
Liberia: PCK & L’Frankie Sue Lonestar Cell MTN for Damages in the Tone over USD$3,000.000
Monrovia – Lonestar Cell MTN has been dragged to the Sixth Judicial Civil Law Court for the action of damages in the tone of Three Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars (USD$3,150.000.00).
Liberia: US Pledges to Support Professional Youth Program
Monrovia- United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director, Anthony Chan, has pledged his organization’s financial and technical support to the President’s Young Professionals Program (PYPP), indicating that Liberia continues to benefit from the program.
Liberia: “CHALLENGES OF POWER TRANSFER IN AFRICA”
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs/Former Minister of Finance of Liberia. To be frank, “The Challenges of Power Transfer in Africa”, is a loaded topic that will require a more exhaustive treatment than this article can explore. However, I will endeavor, within the limits of the article, to share my
Liberia: Sports Writers Head to the Ballot Box Saturday
Monrovia – Members of the Sports Writers Association of Liberia (SWAL) will cast their ballots on Saturday December 15, 2018 to elect new officials that will lead the affairs of the association for the next two years.
Liberia: Aggrieved SWAL Members Accuses Outgoing President
Monrovia – An opposition group calling itself Sports Writers Association of Liberia Integrity team has accused the president of SWAL Roland Mulbah of infusing names of unqualified voters on the voters’ roll ahead of the media body election on Saturday, December 15, 2018.
‘Liberia Is On God’s Agenda’
Evangelist David De Vos, founder of the “Go And Tell” Ministries, based in the Netherlands, has said that God is about to intervene in the affairs of the nation and bring about total deliverance of his people.
Liberia Music Awards: Why Bucky Raw can’t win Artiste of the Year award
Bucky Raw is arguably the most-sought after musician in Liberia right now. The self-acclaimed Trapco king has been working tirelessly while in the U.S and has kept a better sheet since he got deported from the States.
Liberia: Judge Peabody Defies Justice; Refuses to Produce Former GT Bank Manager, Despite Two Weeks Ultimatum
MONROVIA – Victim of the former GT Bank Manager alleged aggravated assault, Edward Freeman, is yet to get justice from the courts at Temple of Justice. The delay of the case for speedy trial is due to the failure of Monrovia City Court Judge, J. Kennedy Peabody to produce the living body of defendan
Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission Chair Calls For Holistic Fight Against Corruption
The Executive Chairperson of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), Cllr. James N. Verdier, has said that there are several negative impacts of the “economic vampire” of corruption on the nation that requires all citizens and institutions to collaborate in combating.
Liberia, Germany Sign US$16M Road Financing Agreement
MONROVIA – Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel Tweah has announced that President George Weah government will not build political roads as being perceived by opposition politicians.