It is 8:28 am in Monrovia on Sunday, December 21, 2014

UN Secretary General Mr. Ban addresses a joint press stakeout in the Foyer of the Foreign Ministry as President Sirleaf listens attentively
The United Nations Secretary General says the world body is committed to standing with Liberia in the face of the threat against the Ebola virus disease. “We will be with you until this outbreak is under control and the country has recovered,” he said.

Nyumah Salamie says the irregularities found regarding his voter registration card are not his fault and that he should have been allowed to vote.
The Calvary Temple polling center in District #2, Jacob Town, Paynesville, has so far had an eventful day of two incidents where persons were barred from voting, due to irregularities with their voter registration cards, according to polling officers.   

Many polling centers like this one at the Paynesville City Hall have seen very low numbers in voter turnout.
The nation's Special Senatorial election started late Saturday morning at some polling stations in the Paynesville commercial district with some unwanted challenges coming from voters' names not on the official rooster issued by the National Elections Commission (NEC).

Claiming victory as he votes, Weah believes there is no way he can lose this election.
Amb. George Weah, a candidate in the Special Senatorial Election, is confident about winning the poll, noting that he sees no rival in the contest.

The new owners display their Certificate of Ownership of the new housing unit in Brewerville
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has underscored the need for the Government of Liberia (GOL) to increase investment in the housing sector. She observed that public investment in housing would be of great relief to low-income earners, giving them the opportunity for better homes and accommodations.
The Port Truckers Association (PTA) of Liberia has taken serious exception to a recent contractual agreement signed between the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) Conakry and United Mining, a Guinean trucking company, to provide transport services in Liberia on behalf of WFP Monrovia’s Ebola response.

UN Secretary General Mr. Ban addresses a joint press stakeout in the Foyer of the Foreign Ministry as President Sirleaf listens attentively

Nyumah Salamie says the irregularities found regarding his voter registration card are not his fault and that he should have been allowed to vote.

Many polling centers like this one at the Paynesville City Hall have seen very low numbers in voter turnout.

Claiming victory as he votes, Weah believes there is no way he can lose this election.

The new owners display their Certificate of Ownership of the new housing unit in Brewerville

Top News


Vice President Joseph N. Boakai

VP Boakai Calls on Liberian Entrepreneurs to Insist on Quality of Products

Vice President Joseph N. Boakai has called on producers of MADE IN LIBERIA products to be particularly keen on quality and not allow a quick drive for money to influence them in producing inferior products, adding that they should measure their success by the pride that comes from the quality of their products.

Business


The new owners display their Certificate of Ownership of the new housing unit in Brewerville

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has underscored the need for the Government of Liberia (GOL) to increase investment in the housing sector.

Sports


Participants of the 2013 Liberia Marathon

Due to the Ebola outbreak in Liberia this year, we were forced to postpone the 2014 Liberia Marathon from 31 August 2014 to 25 January 2015 after receiving advice from medical authorities.

LIB Life


Bishop Hart (right) and Trinity Cathedral are expected to honor Liberia’s health workers in a special Christmas Cantata

As has become a tradition for Trinity Cathedral Choir around this time each year, the church’s choir is once again applying the finishing touches to what is planned as another glorious Christmas tr

Liberian Observer

E-mail us
 
Advertise:
Web rates:
 
Ads contact:
 
Call us
+231 775 984 124
 
Find us on Facebook
 
Twitter@libobserver
 
Find our e-editions (PDFs) online:
 
P.O. Box 1858
Monrovia, Liberia
Liberia

Subscriber Links