The Executive governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, Nathaniel R. Patray, iii has resigned his post saying in it was in line with arrangements with the president of Liberia.
The African Bar Association (AFBA)is calling on the government of President George Weah to liaise with the appropriate international, continental, and regional bodies to set up the appropriate tribunal to look into cases of all those who murdered innocent people and plundered theland.
Liberia’s Vice President, Madam Jewel Howard-Taylor has cautioned members of the African Bar Association (AFBA), to ensure that justice is done or served to all either by their actions or interactions.
-Is It An Inherited Troubling Omen? If Not, Then Why Weah’s Pro-Poor Regime Is Gradually Transforming Liberia Into A ‘Protest Nation’? And When Will They Ever Learn? With the nation being swept from its balance and grimly overwhelmed by chain of protests almost all financially-driven with government’s sadly receiving the […]
-AS Rep. Flomo Bankrolls Over One Thousand Of Students’ Fees in 50 Schools By Esau J. Farr Montserrado County District number 13 Representative, Edward Papay Flomo, Jr. has brought academic and financial relief to hundreds of parents and thousand of students in his district. The Montserrado lawmaker did so when […]
-Gov’t’s Plan Discloses The government of Liberia through the Liberia revenue authority has disclosed plan to audit the two leading GSM companies in the country (Orange and Lonestar GSM). The decision to audit the two GSM Companies allied with the five years free calls promotion by the GSM companies that […]
About 63 percent of Liberia’s 4.6 million people are less than 25 years old. Early marriage and teenage pregnancy are common among girls as nearly 11 percent of females initiate sex at ages 11-14. Teenage pregnancy contributes significantly to dropout rates among school going girls. And to compound it all, about […]
Former Defense Minister Brownie Samukai along with his two deputies finally appeared before the Civil Law Court last Friday to receive their indictment.
The Government of Liberia has announced that it is in the process of cancelling or abandoning the Bulk Check System for payment of salaries of all Public school teachers beginning December 2019.
Sixty-eight young professionals on Friday October 18, 2019 graduated from the Blue Crest University College after four years of intensive studies. The students in a happy mood danced and celebrated their exit from the University especially setting a record as the first batch of graduates from the School. Speaking at […]