“Dig Hole, Cover Hole” -Nagbe Defends Gov’t Misuse of Donor Project...

By Robin Dopoe and Hannah Geterminah Eugene Lenn Nagbe, the Minister of Information, Cultural Affairs, and Tourism, has admitted receiving the diplomatic note that has...

World Bank Demands US$3.285M from Samuel Tweah

..As restitution for Ineligible Expenditures Following series of letters from international partners concerning the George Weah Administration's mishandling of donor funds, a World Bank letter,...

Ellen Recommends Dialogue, Not Protest

-Says Liberia’s past is too bitter Ahead of the planned June 7 protest in the country, former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf cataloged the importance...

20 Protocol Officers Off to India for Training

The Honorary Consulate General of India has announced the departure of the 20 protocol officers for India to participate in the 1st Special Course...

YMCA Retires ‘Long Serving’ Employees

The leadership of the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) in Liberia recently retired four people, the entity referred to as 'long serving employees' who...

FDA Decries Forest Depletion, Degradation

The managing director of the Forestry Development Authority (FDA), C. Mike Doryen has decried the "degradation of the forests" across the country. Doryen raised the...

Meet Sasu Boy

--The rapper once with a bright future who became a drug addict and is now clean Sasu Boy has an interesting life story to tell:...

“Good Wife Material”

Stunna says of rumored 'love affair' with Master Queen After months of silence, Stunna has finally broken his silence on the relationship that exists between...

Liberia, 1st African Country at Shuzhou Int’l Culture and Tourism Festival

History is in the making.  This time around it is about Liberia being the only country from Africa to have participated in the 2019...

Book Review: The Story of Nandi and Kadija

Author: Dr. A Wahab Dukulé Publisher: Outskirt Press 43 pages Reviewed by Nvasekie N. Konneh Growing up as a young boy in Liberia, storytelling or listening to others...

Migration in Higher Education: The Recognition of Cross-Border Qualifications

By Joseph T. Isaac, Ed.D. If you have ever been a foreign student, faculty or researcher, you know some of the challenges experienced by immigrants...

Liberia Hosts 22nd ICE Meeting on Demographic Dynamics

The 22nd meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee of senior officials and Experts (ICE) for West Africa on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 began in Harbel,...

Cuttington Gets Innovative for Academic Excellence, Sustainability

Like other institutions of higher education in Liberia, Cuttington University is facing serious financial challenges. To address these problems, the nation’s oldest private university...

NIR to Introduce Biometric Verification Platform Today

The National Identification Registry (NIR) will today May 9, 2019 introduce a national bio-metric identification verification platform. The NIR public affairs department yesterday announced at...

Demolition Exercise Hits SKD Boulevard

-EPA, LWSC begin robust wetland awareness campaign with removal of illegal structures  Liberians who have illegally been constructing in wetlands, blocking waterways and alleys, not...

ID-4-PAPD: Greasing our Development Wheels

Introducing the NID Verification Platform Today, May 9, 2019, the NIR holds a kickoff event for the introduction of a verification platform for the national...

LTA Authorizes to Implement Surcharge Fees

-As Judge Dunbar denies Orange’s petition for judicial review filed against LTA The Civil Law Court ‘B’ at the Temple of Justice on yesterday denied...

Cummings Endorses Sulunteh for Bong Senator Come 2020

Alexander Benedict Cummings, opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC) political leader, on Sunday, May 5, 2019, endorsed Ambassador Jeremiah C. Sulunteh, his former vice running...

GoL, UN Women Sign Agreement to Support Gender Responsive Planning, Budgeting

The Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, signed a Letter of Agreement (LoA)...

GoL Receives US$47.6M IFAD Fund

The Government of Liberia (GoL) and the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD), have signed a US$47.6 million Tree Crops Extension Project II (TCEP...