Did Methodist Bishop Prostrate Before God, or the President?

Mixed reactions to viral social media video of the Methodist Bishop Quire and priests lying prostrate opposite the seated President Weah A video of Bishop...

MCC Drafts Seven Polices

To promote systemic reform The Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 drafted seven institutional polices to promote a systematic reform within the...

Health Workers’ Strike Ignites Pregnant Women Protest

By Rochelle Richards (Intern) and Marcus Malayea and Hannah N. Geterminah It was the first of its kind in Liberia since the end of the...

Kanvee Adams Gets Africa’s Best Female Artist Nomination

Kanvee Adams, one of Liberia’s most celebrated Gospel recording artists, has gained admission into the nomination list of three categories for the 2019 All...

‘Commerce Inspector Has No Authority to Issue Fines On Site’

-- Says Chamber of Commerce Secretary-General, but Inspector says right procedure was followed  Ms. Salamartu Duncan, Secretary-General of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC), has...

Passport ‘Scam’ Swept Under Carpet at Foreign Ministry?

Despite Passport Director Andrew Wonploe’s arrest on criminal charges for his reported illegal sale of several passports valued at over US$25,000, there is no...

President Weah Seeks Legislature’s “Guidance Toward Implementing TRC Report”

Bong County District #4 Representative Robert Womah and Nimba County District #8 Representative Larry Younquoi, have agreed to vote for the establishment of War...

Reintegrated Ivorian Refugees Get Durable Shelters

About 1,300 Ivorian refugees who recently underwent local integration in Bahn, Nimba County, have received guaranteed and durable housing units to live in while...

Kokoyah Residents Want MNG-Gold’s MDA Reviewed

Residents of Kokoyah District in Bong County, where the Turkish Mining Company MNG-Gold is operating, have called for a review of the company's Mineral...

Bad Roads Cause Economic Decline in Southeast

By Ben T.C. Brooks-Zwedru Deplorable road conditions are a major challenge for travelers in Southeastern Grand Gedeh, River Gee, Maryland, Sinoe and Grand Kru counties. The...

Protest at Capitol against Senate Secretary

over US$82K Unpaid Salaries The courtyard of the Capitol Building hosting the members of the First Branch of Government was on Tuesday, September 3, 2019,...

Lassa Fever Outbreak Spreads to Grand Kru

-- Health authorities say fatality rate at 36% Five years after containing the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), authorities at the Ministry of Health (MoH)...

State Funeral Today for The Gambia’s Founding Father, Sir Dawda Jawara

Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara, who ruled The Gambia for more than 30 years as Prime Minister and then as its first President after independence...

VP Taylor Breaks Silence

-Abandons LMA, laments on national issues For someone who has been on the cusp of having it all and who has been on the verge...

‘Cultivate Integrity Through Discipline’

Maj/Gen. Johnson Admonishes UMU Graduates Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) Chief of Staff (CoS) Major/General Prince Charles Johnson, III, has called on graduates of...

Flag Day Celebration Moved Back To Saturday, August 24

The President of the Republic of Liberia, His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah has by Proclamation declared Saturday, August 24, 2019 as National Flag Day and...

‘Invited’ Officials absent from Civil War Student Arts Exhibition

Two Liberian government officials did not turn up for the opening of a two-month art exhibition on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at the National...

Justice Nagbe Freezes Margibi‘s China Union’s US$750K Funds

Supreme Court Chamber Justice Joseph Nagbe on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, ordered Margibi county’s authorities not to use their US$750,000 share of money the...

‘Remain Steadfast’

...Dr. Wulu challenges graduates Dr. Jacqueline A. Wulu, a Liberian-American Physician and Facial Plastic Surgeon, has called on graduates of the Richard M. Nixon Institute...

Archbishop Michael Francis Intellectual Discourse Launched

By Joeraisee I.P. Joe, Cub reporter Faith and Justice Network (FJN), a local-based religious and human rights organization on Thursday, August 8, 2019 officially launched...