Judges of the Supreme Court of Liberia
Following a tense legal argument and voting process among five justices of the Supreme Court, three favored the 2014 National Code of Conduct, with the remaining two going against it. Justices Philip A.Z. Banks and Jamesetta H. Wolokollie were those who refused their colleagues’ decision to accept the Code of Conduct.

WAEC LIberia and students sitting WAEC at Tubman High School
Against its own core values of excellence and integrity in administering the annual exams, the Monrovia National Office of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) is allegedly administering the same exams it claimed were leaked from the Konola SDA Mission near Kakata, Margibi County where they had been stored, the Daily Observer has learned.

Partial view of the major implementer of the US$102m agreements: Gyude Moore of the Ministry of Public Works and Julius Sele of LACE
The House of Representatives has unanimously ratified four financing and loan agreements aimed at potentially yielding social benefits and improving the nation’s economy.

House Speaker J. Alex Tyler and other members of the Legislature in Prayer in the Joint Chambers
As division persists within House of Representatives over their embattled Speaker J. Alex Tyler, Sr., who was recently criminally indicted for alleged bribery, more than half of the members of that august body resorted to an intercessory prayer service yesterday, June 30, in the Joint Chambers of the Capitol.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) says school administrators in the country should not collect graduation fees from 12th graders as part of its graduation activities.

The UNMIL contingent, which will officially turn security responsibility over to the Liberian Government on July 1, made history 13 years ago, as one of the largest peacekeeping forces ever.
Today, June 30, marks the end of the security mandate of United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), after which the UN will officially hand back security to Liberian government.

Judges of the Supreme Court of Liberia

WAEC LIberia and students sitting WAEC at Tubman High School

Partial view of the major implementer of the US$102m agreements: Gyude Moore of the Ministry of Public Works and Julius Sele of LACE

House Speaker J. Alex Tyler and other members of the Legislature in Prayer in the Joint Chambers

The UNMIL contingent, which will officially turn security responsibility over to the Liberian Government on July 1, made history 13 years ago, as one of the largest peacekeeping forces ever.

Top News

Sky Insurance Company Hunts for 7 Defendants in US$1.2 Million Theft Case

Lawyers representing Sky Insurance Company, the entity on whose promises seven of the ten former employees of the First International Bank (FIB) were released on bail, is gradually falling into trouble with Criminal Court “C,’ after they failed to produce the defendants before the court last Wednesday.

Business


Minister Addy: “Our debt GDP ratio collapsed to 33 %”

Commerce Minister Axel Addy has said the country’s debt has increased to US$948 million or 45% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as the Government tackles investment in road construction, energy and

Sports


Former Lone Star striker, Arcadia Toe, right now a major businessman

The saying that there is life after football has been brought home as a former national team player has showed that there can be life after football by becoming a businessman.

LIB Life


Takun J performing during launching of Team Survivor

Jonathan ‘Takun J’ Koffa, commonly known as Takun J, a Liberian Hip-Co rapper, activist and the anti-corruption ambassador for the Accountability Lab has just astonished the Liberian community with

Weird News

A woman living in the Caldwell vicinity has brought to the attention of the media that she has been scammed out of hundreds of dollars by a man claiming to help her to go to the United States.

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